Fulbright Program Information Sources
National Assisting Units
- Main Fulbright site for Faculty
- Fulbright primer for faculty
- Group programs
- U.S. Student Program
See Fulbright through the eyes of its scholars and alumni. Watch them on the Exploring Fulbright channel on YouTube.
Assisting Units (Regional)
The Local organization of Fulbrights is headed by Karin Haag, employed at Dix and Eaton
Dix & Eaton
Phone: (216) 241-4617
Fulbright Academy of Science and Technology (FAST)
The Fulbright Academy of Science & Technology supports the advancement of knowledge and international understanding by linking the current generation of leaders in science and technology from around the world and using that network to address issues of critical concern. FAST actively promotes the work done by Fulbright Scholars so that others can benefit from our expertise.
FAST is a global non-profit organization that fills a particular niche — a body that brings the knowledge and expertise of Fulbrighters to bear on some critical problems of global concern, such as poverty alleviation, primary and secondary education, health, and environmental sustainability.
Fulbright AssociationNortheast Ohio Chapter
- Cleveland metro area, OH
Contact: Martha Pereszlenyi-Pinter
The U.S. Fulbright Association is a private, non-profit organization started by U.S. Fulbright alumni in 1977. It is one of approximately 65 national Fulbright Alumni associations worldwide. The organization facilitates relationships among former Fulbright grantees and provides hospitality and enrichment activities for visiting Fulbright students, scholars and teachers during their stay in the United States.
Currently the membership includes nearly 10,000 alumni and friends of the Fulbright Program. Membership is open to former Fulbright grantees, as well as those who support the ideals of the Fulbright Program, but were not grantees themselves.