Former and current Norwegian grantees share their experiences from their time as a Fulbright Grantee in the U.S. Below you will find a collection of articles that can give insight into what a year in the U.S. on a Fulbright grant is like.
Samuel Subbey, a bona fide black Norwegian from Bergen, shares some thoughts about racial and ethnic stereotypes and reflects on his experience as a Fulbright scholar at Cornell.
Samuel Subbey is a 2017/18 Fulbright researcher visiting Cornell university. In November 2017 he attended the Fulbright Enrichment seminar in Alabama.
Reidar Mosvold is spending the 2017/18 academic year in Ann Arbor with his family, doing research on mathematics education.
Charles Rutherford Ildstad spent the 2016/17 academic year at MIT in Boston as part of his Master of Science degree in Engineering at NTNU.
The focus on art making as a channel for social and political change was what made Damir Avdagic pursue his MFA at UCLA.
Shai André Divon spent four months at American University to complete a book based on his Phd.
Anja Sofie Stensrud Elverum completed her LLM degree at Columbia University in May 2017.
“Do you want to come in?”
“Not really, but I guess I have to”
This was Eirik Erlandsen’s first encounter with the Fulbright foundation.
Ingrid S. Holtar benyttet Fulbright-stipendiet til en mastergrad i “Film Studies” ved Columbia University i New York. Her er hennes beretning.
Gunhild Ring Olsen spent a year in Washington D.C. with her family while she gathered data for her PhD project at the American University (2014-2015): “Partnerships between newsrooms and universities”.
Heidi Fredly spent one year at University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia, where she completed a Master of Laws (LLM) degree.
Eirik Torsvoll was awarded a Fulbright grant in 2012 to pursue a Master’s in International Relations at Tufts University. Here is his Fulbright story.
Julie Paulsen was awarded a Fulbright grant in 2014 to spend eight months at Yale University as part of her PhD in genetic epidemiology from NTNU.