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UTSA student earns Fulbright Scholarship

April 30, 2021

Amber Chin earned a Fulbright Scholarship for 2021-2022. She’ll be working for 10 months at the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research in Rostock, Germany. Her project is focused on political science and social media network analysis, specifically how our political affiliations translate into our digital environments. She's currently completing the first year of German language classes at UTSA, which will help her acclimate to daily life in Rostock. Contact Dr. D if you have questions about the German Program at UTSA.

Learn about the Fulbright Student Program and how to apply to travel in the 2022-2023 cycle! The Fulbright Student Program is the educational exchange flagship program that sees thousands of students travel abroad following graduation to study, research, or teach English as a second language. Students travel on 10-month programs that are fully funded by the US Department of State. Juniors, seniors, and graduate students who will have graduated by Spring 2022 are especially encouraged to apply. Base eligibility for the program is that you are a US citizen. There is no minimum GPA and prior foreign travel is not required.  


Workshops will be hosted in Spring and Summer by UTSA's Office of Nationally Competitive Awards and UTSA's Fulbright Campus rep, Andrew Chapman. Please contact with any questions.  

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