Former grantees share their experiences from their time as a Fulbright Grantee in the US. Below you will find a collection
of articles that can give insight into what a year in the US on a fulbright grant is like.
Håkon Sommerset er nåværende Fulbright-stipendiat. Hans familie på fem tilbringer det akademiske året 2011-12 i Monterey,
California. I dette innlegget, som er hentet fra bloggen hans, forteller han om et Enrichement-seminar i Chicago som han nylig
Read more about Til Chicago med Fulbright
Alexander Stanley Thrane and Vinita Rangroo are both medical doctors from Norway who received the Fulbright scholarship in
2010 to pursue PhD level research at the Department of Neurosurgery in Rochester
Read more about Two Doctors in Upstate New York
Gunvor Marie Dyrdal was awarded the Fulbright grant in 2008 to conduct PhD level research at University of California, Riverside.
The purpose of her stay was to work with Dr. Lyubomirsky and her students in research on happiness. They worked on interventions
designed to create increases in happiness in an attempt to discover how adaptation to positive experiences can be prevented.
Read more about Happiness in California
I arrived Fairbanks in January as a PhD-student in Natural Resources Management from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences.
My wife and I came here to the Golden Heart city of interior Alaska to spend one year studying, doing research with other
scientists, and exploring the nature and people of Alaska.
Read more about Change, salmon, bears and Sarah Palin in Alaska
Fulbright alumniforening inviterte til debattkveld på Litteraturhuset, 30. april. I panelet satt Thorbjørn Røe Isaksen, stortingsrepresentant
(H), Ole O. Moen, professor og USA-ekspert, og Morten Wetland, seniorrådgiver First House og tidligere Norges FN-ambassadør.
Ordstyrer var Asle Toje, forskningssjef ved Nobelinstituttet og tidligere Fulbrighter.
Read more about Likhet vs. frihet i det norske og amerikanske ordskiftet
We're happy to announce that the Fulbright Specialist Program (FSP) now is reopened. Norwegian institutions wishing to bring
US academic faculty and professionals to collaborate with Norwegian counterparts, are welcome to apply.