For the seventh consecutive year, Michigan State University has been named as a top producer of Fulbright scholars from colleges and universities in the United States. MSU is also one of only 17 institutions to receive the recognition as a top producer of both students and scholars this year.
Eleven students and 10 scholars received Fulbright awards for 2020-2021. (Scholar information was unavailable at the time of publication.)
The following students received a 2020-2021 award for work in their corresponding countries:
Leo Baldiga, Thailand, James Madison College
Andrew Carpenter, Turkey, James Madison College
Daniel Greeson, Portugal, College of Arts and Letters
Sudha Kannan, Zambia, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Grace Koepele, Italy, Residential College in the Arts and Humanities Inna Mirzoyan, Armenia, James Madison College and College of Social Science
Vince Nguyen, Taiwan, Lyman Briggs College
Clayton Oppenhuizen, Chile, College of Social Science
Daniel Turner, Brazil, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Johnathan Vsetecka, Ukraine, College of Social Science
Tiffany Whittington, Taiwan, College of Arts and Letters
To read the full story, visit the International Studies and Programs website.