East Asia and the Pacific
Continue your scholarly journey to the East Asia and the Pacific Region—a region considered to be the world’s growth engine in economics, politics and culture—with the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program. With over 50 award offerings and close to 150 grants available to 17 countries in the EAP region, the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program offers a variety of support for American faculty, researchers and professionals at every stage of their career. Applications in all disciplines are endorsed and flexible grant options are supported in the EAP region.
Quotes from Scholars
Australia (Research, 2014-15)
My advice to prospective applicants would simply be to think hard about how throwing yourself entirely into your host university and country for five months can broaden you far more than any five years that you spend at your home university. Instead of doing the things we normally do to check off boxes on our CVs, plan to spend your precious time doing all of the things you can only do in Australia to get the most from the experience…so much of what I learned here simply came from the social and intellectual interactions with a nation of people who are always up for a good chat."
Cambodia (Teaching/Research, 2014-15)
Hong Kong (Research, 2013-14)
Korea (Teaching/Research, 2014-15)
Macao (Teaching/Research, 2014-15)
Examples of Successful Projects
Responding to Climate Change through Securitization of Australian Clean Energy Loans
The Politics of Intergovernmental Cooperation in Australia and the United States
Optimizing Digital Medical Information: Effective Search Strategies and Best Information Management for Sound Scientific Writing
The State of Place in China: Best Practices and Policies for Sustainable, Livable and Healthy Urban Development in Chinese Cities
Digital Documentation of Folk Tales of the Baduy, a People of Indonesia
Cultural Factors Influencing Continuity of Care Among HIV Positive Men Leaving Prisons in West Java, Indonesia: A Rapid Qualitative Assessment
Phoenix Rising: Recovery From the 3/11 Earthquake, Tsunami, and Nuclear Crises
Greening the Glass Ceiling: Investigating Institutions and Individuals Shaping Malaysian Women's Shariah Expertise as Global Islamic Financial Expertise
Martial Law Melodrama: Lino Brocka and the Cinema of Authoritarianism
Bridge Scour Monitoring and Modeling for Next-Generation Resilient Structures
Electoral Dynamics in Thailand: Parties, Patronage and Public Goods
Feminism and Post-Colonial Intersectionality in the Arts
CIES offers a series of resources providing detailed information on many aspects of the Fulbright Scholar Program opportunities. Depending on your interests, you can find a wealth of answers to your specific questions in our upcoming and archived webinars.
To learn more about Fulbright U.S. Scholar opportunities in the East Asia Pacific region, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.