08/01/15 10:01 AM

Spelman Spotlights

Spelman Fulbright Fellows

Chosen for their leadership potential, Fulbright fellows are given the opportunity to study, teach, or conduct research in other countries, and develop international competence and cross-cultural expertise.

Spelman Scholars Accept Fulbright Fellowships
Spelman consistently ranks as one of the top producing liberal arts colleges of Fulbright fellows. This year, five Spelman women will join over 1,500 U.S. citizens who will travel abroad for the 2011-2012 academic year through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.

Meet Spelman College's Fulbright Winners

Ariel Eckblad, India
Margaux Pierre, Spain
Stephanie Erazo, Spain
Kelley Whitson, Malaysia
Karen Evans, Indonesia
Rachel Smith, Turkey
Shayna Atkins, who will be unable to travel due to illness, for Taiwan
Read Press Release

Nicole Barden,
Kenya Evans,
Kyasha Moore,
Shaundra Patterson,

Clarissa Davis
, Malaysia
Sydney Taylor
, Spain
Erin Williams, South Korea
Brittany Nash, Taiwan


Leana Cabral, Chile
Chantal James, Morocco
Brittny Ray, Thailand
Niambi Young, Egypt

Robinette Downtin, Morocco
Dionne Griffiths, Trinidad and Tobago
Juliana Montgomery, Czech Republic
Cara Grayer Johnson, Argentina
Sarah Thompson, Argentina

Danielle Pritchett, Dominican Republic

Asha Williams McCauley, Germany

Get Advice about Applying for the
Fulbright Program from Dionne Griffiths,

2006-2007 Scholar, Trinidad and Tobago

Read Dr. Margery A. Ganz' article,
"Spelman College's Very Good Year"

Established in 1946, the Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers approximately 1,300 annual fellowships to recent bachelor's, master's and doctoral students, young professionals, and artists for graduate study, advanced research, university teaching, and teaching in elementary, and secondary schools.

For more information, visit: http://www.fulbrightonline.org




Do you want to be Spelman's next Fulbright Fellow?

Find out what it takes to apply

Dr. Margery Ganz, Spelman's Fulbright Program Advisor