Designating, of, or holding a scholarship or grant in a U.S. government program for the exchange of U.S. and foreign scholars, teachers, etc.
A Fulbright scholarship, grant, or scholar.
To apply for a Fulbright scholarship, you must be a United States citizen in good health with an undergraduate degree but not a doctoral degree, although you may be engaged in doctoral studies at the time of application.
Only Fulbright rose to associate himself with Mansfield's remarks and to express condemnation.
Fulbright scholars are chosen for the highly competitive award based on academic merit and display of leadership qualities, among other factors.
The Fulbright scholarship is not a single award but actually a group of several thousand awards that are granted each year to many different scholars in the United States and beyond.
William Fulbright proposed legislation that established the Fulbright program as part of the U.S. Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, a division of the U.S. Department of State.