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Apr 23
Fourteen Ohio State Students Offered Fulbright Grants

Fourteen Ohio State students have been offered grants from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program for the academic year 2014-2015. Additionally, three students have been named Scholar Alternates. Fulbright grants offer one year of academic study, research, or teaching assistantship experience in more than 155 countries. Over 1,900 grants are awarded annually to increase mutual understanding between the U.S. and other countries. 

2014 Fulbright Grantees (to date)
  • Layla Banaie (International Studies & German) – Germany, English Teaching Assistantship 
  • Eric Connelly (Globalization Studies & Russian) – Russia, English Teaching Assistantship
  • Anna Dorfi (Chemical Engineering) – Germany, nanomaterials research
  • Onyx Henry (Teaching & Learning) – Germany, English Teaching Assistantship
  • Jordan Kelsey (Comparative Studies & Spanish) – Mexico, English Teaching Assistantship
  • Rose Kramer (Spanish) – Peru, English Teaching Assistantship
  • Yuchen Lin (Speech and Hearing Science & German) – Germany, English Teaching Assistantship
  • Jennifer Mayer (Political Science & Chinese) – Taiwan, English Teaching Assistantship
  • Erin McAuliffe (Political Science & German) – Thailand, English Teaching Assistantship
  • Rebecca Monteleone (ASC Personalized Study Program) – United Kingdom, master’s degree in disability studies
  • Emily Moore (International Studies) – Indonesia, English Teaching Assistantship
  • Calla Sneller (International Studies & Spanish) – Brazil, English Teaching Assistantship
  • Lauren Stabler (Political Science & German) – Germany, master’s degree in political science
  • Stephanie Weisfield (International Studies & French) – Brazil, English Teaching Assistantship
2014 Fulbright Alternates
  • Allahna Esber (Public Health) – Malawi, public health research
  • Evan Sieradzki (International Studies & Russian) – Russia, English Teaching Assistantship
  • Asha Underiner (English, Russian & Marketing) – Russia, English Teaching Assistantship ​​

Undergraduates wishing to apply for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program are encouraged to attend an information session in spring and to begin working on their application materials during the summer. Prospective undergraduate or recent alumni applicants should contact
Prospective graduate student applicants for Fulbrights should contact Katherine Eckstrand,, in the Graduate School.