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Faculty Fulbright Awards

The Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program is the largest program of its kind in the United States, awarding more than 800 fellowships annually. More than 400 types of opportunities are available to teach, research, and conduct professional projects in more than 135 countries. Whether you are a higher education faculty member or administrator; an artist, journalist, scientist, or other professional; or an independent scholar outside of the academy, the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program has international opportunities to fit your needs and further your goals.

To explore the awards offered, visit the Catalog of Awards. Note that other opportunities with other deadlines can be found on the Fulbright Scholar Program website.

APU Faculty Fulbright Recipients

Listed below are the Azusa Pacific University faculty who successfully navigated the Fulbright Program process and were named Fulbright Scholars:

Past Recipients

Recipient Award
Abbylin Sellers History and Political Science, Japan, 2023
Mary Wong International Education Administrator Award, Taiwan, 2022
TESOL, Burma, 2015
TESOL, Hong Kong, 2012
George Babbes Business and Management (Accounting), Greece, 2020
Marsha Fowler Nursing, England, 2019
Stuart Strother Business and Management, China, 2019
Kimberly Battle-Walters Denu Social Work, Ethiopia, 2018
Social Work, South Africa, 2002
Catherine Heinlein Nursing, India, 2017
Skyla Herod Biology, Hungary, 2010
Cheryl Canary Nursing, Ecuador, 2014
Tom Cairns Business, Ireland, 2013
Michael Smith Cinematic Arts, Jordan, 2012
Alexander Koops Music, Latvia, 2011
James Kantiok Education, Nigeria, 2010
Pamela Cone Nursing, Norway, 2008
Marianne Hattar Nursing, Jordan, 2002