Fulbright Legacy

In the University of Dallas' 60-year history, 39 alumni have received Fulbright Awards to study, teach or research abroad.

Fulbrighters are valuable contributors to an exchange of knowledge, skills, ideas, and mutual understanding. The Fulbright Program was established in 1946 under legislation introduced by the late Senator J. William Fulbright of Arkansas and is sponsored by the United States Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA). Students and recent graduates with questions about applying to the Fulbright should email Senior Career Services Advisor Gaby Martin at gmartin@udallas.edu

Alexandra Koch '19

Alexandra KochGERMANY - Alexandra Koch, a German and politics double major, is currently teaching English at a Catholic high school. 

 

Catherine Blume '18

Blume CZECH REPUBLIC - Catherine Blume, an English major with a French concentration, taught English at a Czech Catholic school. 

 

Emily Collins '17

Collins GERMANY - Emily Collins, a double major in English and economics with a concentration in German, taught English in a local German seconday school. 

 

Philip Wozniak '15

WozniakSPAIN - Philip Wozniak, a biology major, conducted medical research in Spain in order to develop new approaches to the use of medical nanotechnology.

 

Anthony Kersting '15

KerstingGERMANY - A physics major with a German concentration, Kersting taught English in a German school and plans to join a choir. 

 

Michaela Sobrak-Seaton '12

Sobrak-SeatonGERMANY - Sobrak-Seaton, a philosophy major, taught English to German students and perfected her own grasp of the German language.

 

Sebastian Scofield '14 

ScofieldENGLAND - Scofield, a biology major, studied bee pollination at the University of East Anglia and earned a master's degree.

 

Therese Couture '11 

CoutureBELGIUM - Couture, a French and English double major, studied French symbolist poetry at the Universit Libre de Bruxelles.

 

News

Pre-Pandemic, Spring Romer Visits International Physics Lab

"On Thursday, February 6, I arrived in Geneva, worn out from four days of classes, three bus rides, and a rocky EasyJet flight, expecting to have cell service. I didn't have cell service. Luckily, I did have the name of my destination -- CERN, the international European particle physics laboratory -- and a brief note explaining my situation to the French guards," writes John Rabaey, BS '22.

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Emergency Relief Fund Renders Fast Aid to Students in Need

Edisson Ramos, BA '20, is one of many students receiving assistance from UD's COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund, which has currently raised nearly $90,000; the first of the funds were distributed last week to help students make their April rent, and Director of Financial Aid Taryn Anderson, BA '07, is in the process of distributing a second wave to students with housing or food insecurity or in need of Wi-Fi or other resources for online learning.

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