Fulbright Scholar

Elizabeth Hafen ’22 is currently in Madrid, researching Spain’s immigration policies, as part of the Fulbright Program.

Making a global difference

Anteaters have been involved with the Fulbright Program for three decades

Emma Rosandich, Andrea Valentini, Elizabeth Hafen, Provost Hal Stern, and Owen Trimble (not pictured: John Robb and Michelle Wei)

UC Irvine announces 2023-24 Fulbright students

The University of California, Irvine has announced five Fulbright U.S. Student Program award recipients for 2023-24: William Dunkel, a Ph.D. candidate in informatics; Elizabeth Hafen, a senior in psychology and political science; Owen Trimble, a senior in mechanical engineering; Emma Rosandich, a senior in urban studies; and Michelle Wei, a senior in education sciences and social policy […]

2022 Year in Review – Sensational students

A year of groundbreaking growth and accomplishments

Students walking and biking on the UCI campus.

UCI named Fulbright HSI Leader by State Department for second consecutive year

Designation denotes Hispanic-Serving Institutions’ engagement with exchange program

Students walking on campus after three weeks of remote learning.

UCI is a top producer of 2021-22 Fulbright scholars

11 students received the prestigious awards this academic year and are now abroad

Students walking on Ring Road on the UCI campus.

UCI named among inaugural cohort of Fulbright HSI Leaders by State Department unit

Designation denotes Hispanic-Serving Institutions’ engagement with exchange program

Fulbright’s finest

UCI rates as top-producing school for prestigious international exchange program

UCI launches Center for Jewish Studies

Multidisciplinary hub aims to advance research, engage public

Associate professor of film & media studies wins Fulbright grant to research book in Philippines

Felicidad “Bliss” Cua Lim, associate professor of film & media studies, has been awarded a prestigious Fulbright grant to conduct research in the Philippines for her book on the dismal state of the nation’s film archive. “Philippine cinema’s archival situation is precarious,” Lim said. “Since local production began in the early 1900s, only 37 percent of […]

Retired librarian named Fulbright scholar to study Hong Kong protest literature

UCI librarian emeritus Daniel Tsang has won a Fulbright U.S. Scholar grant to conduct research on protest literature in Hong Kong, just as the former British crown colony marks the 20th anniversary of its return to China. He will be spending the next academic year in Hong Kong, where he was born. “I am honored […]