Campus Fulbright Information

Global Reach. Global Impact.

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The U.S. Fulbright Program is one of those unique programs that furthers our campus community's ability to engage in international activities. The Fulbright program began in 1946 as an act of the U.S. Congress in order to "enable the government of the United States to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries."

The promotion of this program is possible only by highlighting the accomplishments of those who engage in these opportunities. The University of Massachusetts is honored to have accomplished scholars and students take part in this beneficial program where the transfer of knowledge transcends geographical boundaries.

Learn about the robust Fulbright activities that all five of our campuses are currently engaged in:

Passport UMass- Fulbright 2011

Passport UMass- Fulbright 2010

Passport UMass- Fulbright 2008

Passport UMass- Fulbright 2007



 CAMPUS  FACULTY CONTACT
 STUDENT CONTACT
 UMass Amherst Jack Ahern
413.545.2710
Susan Whitbourne
413-577-2613
 UMass Boston
Lurlene Van Buren
617-287-3961

 Betsy Klimasmith
617-287-6760

 UMass Dartmouth
Timothy Walker 
508-999-8970
Timothy Walker
508-999-8970
 UMass Lowell

Mary Robbins
978.934.4897 

Julie Nash
978-934-4191
 UMass Worcester

Bhavna Bhatai
508-856-1782

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