GradGrants Fulbright IIE Proposal Development Bootcamp

Thinking about applying for the Fulbright IIE Fellowship next fall? The Fulbright Program funds over 1,000 grants annually to undertake advanced research in 160 countries across the globe. (

The GradGrants Center will be facilitating a six-week online Fulbright proposal-writing bootcamp to help you develop successful proposals run through the Canvas system. The bootcamps are organized into a series of modules that include weekly assignments and peer reviews. The objective is to encourage you to develop your proposal in a community of peers that offers you detailed feedback, and ultimately improves your proposal. As the Fulbright reviewers are a mixture of state department officials, academics from different disciplines, and non-academics working in a specific world regions, this interdisciplinary environment will help tailor your proposal to the particular audience.

When: Wednesday, July 6th – Wednesday August 17th

Where: Canvas (it’s all online so you can be anywhere!)

Who: All IU graduate students are welcome to this free service, and the GradGrants Center staff will facilitate the bootcamp.

Series of modules/assignments:

  • Developing an “Fulbrightable” idea
  • Securing successful affiliation letters
  • Structuring your proposal
  • Integrating the Fulbright mission into your proposal
  • Writing the personal statement
  • Sharpening your proposal

Please email the GradGrants Center ( for more information or to notify us of your interest in the program. As with all GradGrants events, this is a free service funded by the University Graduate School.

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