Fulbright awards that were granted by the Fulbright Commission in Jordan since 1994
The legacy of Nina for women and sports
The name Nina Brekelman means a lot to the Fulbright family, and especially the Commission in Jordan; her legacy empowering women and girls through sports lives on through her foundation five years later.
Dr. Tolarba returns to Jordan as Director of Global Standards & Qualifications at CGFNS International
Dr. Tolarba, a Fulbright Alumnus from the 2019-2020 U.S. Scholar Award returns to Jordan after being appointed for a new position at CGFNS
Fulbright Alumni Awarded For Article In Occupational Therapy
Dr. Darawsheh is an associate professor at the University of Jordan and a Fulbright Visiting Scholar Alumna who recently received an award for a published paper.
In the first ten days of March, Fulbright Jordan will host a number of virtual information sessions to answer your questions about the available programs and awards for the 2022-23 Academic Cycle.
The Binational Fulbright Commission in Jordan is pleased to announce the opening of the Fulbright competition for 2022-2023, covering four key awards available for Jordanians.
As the Jordanian cohort of 2020 finally settle down in the United States after a semester of social distancing and distance learning, we introduce our bright eight grantees in the first part of a series.
For Arabic Language Day (يوم اللغة العربية), we interview our current Fulbright grantee Ms. Rana Sandouqa (FLTA cohort of 2020-21) to speak about her experience thus far teaching Arabic at the Catholic University of America and the environment she helped foster with virtual learning amidst the ongoing pandemic.
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