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Thirty-five Earlhamites have received Fulbright Awards in the last 20 years. Read about latest Earlham students and recent graduates to participate in the United States government’s flagship international exchange program.

Jacob Harris ’18 and Tyler Tolman ’18 have received funding to become English-language teaching assistants in South Korea and Thailand, respectively. Nicole Gruszka’s ’19 Fulbright will support research on contemporary exorcism in rural Poland.

“These three students are the consummate cultural ambassadors Fulbright seeks,” says Elana Passman, Earlham associate professor of history and Fulbright liaison. “All three of our award winners this year served in leadership roles around campus — in student government, in Model United Nations, the Jewish Cultural Center, and beyond. They taught in the Writing Center and tutored. And they lived and studied abroad. They will be stellar representatives of the United States.”

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