Students and recent graduates from Brown University earned more Fulbright student scholarships than from any other university in the nation for the 2016-17 year, data released by the Fulbright Program reported on Tuesday, Feb. 21. Thirty students and recent graduates of Brown received the prestigious grant to research, study or teach abroad — 24 from the University’s Class of 2016, five from the Class of 2015 and one current Ph.D. student, Emily Avera, who studies anthropology. The grants, awarded by the U.S. State Department, fund research or teaching abroad for up to one year. Read more.
February 21, 2017