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.
Trygve Beyer Broch ’17-‘18 is back in Norway after conducting research in the field of Sports and Health at Yale University. Here is his take on 10 months of living in New Haven with his family.
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.