History and Mission
Fulbright: Promoting mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries.
In the middle of the XX century, U.S. Senator J. William Fulbright submitted to Congress a project that would change the history of academic and cultural exchanges forever. Facing the devastation left by World War II, Senator Fulbright came to the conclusion….(read more)
The Fulbright Program offers fellowships for U.S. citizens to study, conduct research, or teach English for an academic year. If you are a graduating college senior, a graduate student, a young professional or an artist with an interest in gaining international experience, you can request a Student or English Teaching Assistant award.
U.S. faculty and professionals with teaching experience can apply for teaching/ research awards at overseas academic institutions. The Fulbright Commission in Argentina welcomes applications from scholars in a variety of disciplines for three months’ lecturing/research or for short- term collaborative projects with institutions of higher education.
Teachers and Administrators can participate in a Fulbright exchange experience in Argentina. Qualified teachers will be selected to study, conduct research, teach classes, or develop projects at Argentine universities. School Principals may apply for a short-term development opportunity to work with a partner at an Argentine school for three weeks.
Presented here is the story of Weddy Worjroh, winner of a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship in 2013. A graduate of Villanova University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Weddy taught English at the Provincial Institute of Higher Education in Caleta Olivia, one of the southernmost cities of Argentina, located in the province of Santa Cruz in the Patagonia […]
We are happy to announce the appointment of Rebecca Bill Chavez as the new Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Western Hemisphere affairs. After graduating from Princeton University, Ms. Bill Chávez spent a year in Buenos Aires, Argentina, as a Fulbright scholar. During most of 1994, Ms. Chávez conducted research on the Rule of Law, […]
Through temporary science exhibits, we aim to empower critical and analytical thinking in children living in low-income neighborhoods. Kids will increase their interest in and understand science while having fun! Goals: Our main goal is to promote the development of creativity and scientific thinking of youth from underserved communities. We plan to achieve this objective […]
We are delighted to feature Steve Coger, a student from the U.S., who in 2009 won the Fulbright Teaching Assistant award. Steve spent the year in Argentina as a member of a fourteen student team who came to our country with the mission to help future English teachers improve their English skills. He was assigned […]
Humphrey fellow 2011, Graciela Guzmán presents her experience in the School of Public Affairs of the University of Minnesota. Graciela is a leader that advocates for equal opportunities and access to higher education and professional development for students in Argentina. During her year in the Humphrey Program, Ms. Guzmán was able to explore new paths […]
After a very competitive process, the Argentine Fulbright Commission selected 7 highly qualified undergraduate students from Argentina for a U.S. Government-sponsored seminar entitled “The Quest for Human Rights and Social Justice”. Starting on January 7th, the selected participants from Argentina, and an equivalent number of students from Chile and Uruguay will attend this 5 week […]
We are proud to inform you that María Gisela Corradini’s article has won ArgenINTA’s first prize in the category: Basic and Applied Research on Food Quality. Dr. Corradini holds a Ph.D. on Food Science from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst which she completed in 2004 with the support of a Fulbright scholarship. After finishing graduate […]