Some Fulbright alumni remain connected to the
program by serving on CIES peer review committees.
Using their academic or professional expertise
and the perspective gained from having already
participated in the program, they are able to
assist Fulbright in the review of applications
and recommendation of qualified U.S. applicants
for grant selection. Those interested in serving
on a committee are encouraged to read the peer
review committee membership policies. Contact Kristin Putz Campbell at 202.686.4003 or Kcampbell@iie.org for more information.
Former scholars often participate in program
advocacy by writing to congressmen to encourage
continued support of the program and by giving
presentations at local institutions to educate
their peers about the many personal and professional
advantages of becoming a Fulbright Scholar.
Another way to educate others about the program
and in particular about the projects grantees
undertake is by sharing your story with us. We
encourage alumni to contact us directly so that
we may feature their stories on the Web, and in
other publicity materials like our annual report,
flyers and newsletters. See The
Fulbright Experience for our online
collection of scholar success stories that illustrate
for the public the remarkable accomplishments
of Fulbright scholars around the world.