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General Fulbright Guidance

Research & Fellowships Week: Fulbright U.S. Student Program with Recently Returned USC Alumni
AHF staff introduce the Fulbright U.S. Student Program while alumni share their tips after returning home. (Recorded November 2017)

Fulbright U.S. Student Program with Alumni Ambassador Emmanuel Johnson
Alumni Ambassador and current USC PhD student Emmanuel Johnson introduces the Fulbright U.S. Student Program and shares tips for applicants. (Recorded November 2016)

Fulbright U.S. Student Program Information Session
Lora Seery, Senior Program Officer at the Institute of International Education, walks through the Fulbright application process and answers questions in this 1.5 hour session. (Recorded May 2016)

Research at the USC Libraries for Undergraduate Students
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USC librarian Elizabeth Galoozis shares how undergraduates can utilize the libraries for research, class assignments and other projects. (Recorded November 2016)

Research at the USC Libraries for Graduate Students
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USC librarian Elizabeth Galoozis shares research resources that are available for graduate students at the libraries. (Recorded November 2016)

Interviews with the 2016-2017 USC Fulbright Recipients (Recorded Spring 2016)

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Writing Resources

Writing A Personal Statement 
USC faculty from The Writing Program offer tips in this video on how to write a personal statement that can be used for fellowships and graduate school. (Recorded November 2016)

Personal Statement Best Practices Handout
Authored by USC Writing Program Instructors: Tamara Luqué Black, Elizabeth Durst, Mandy Hobmeier, and Amy Meyerson

Make an Appointment with The Writing Center 
Our partners at USC’s Writing Center are looking forward to meeting with you! Be prepared by bringing your Fulbright essay prompts along with your drafts.

Writing Personal Statements Manual
This site offers sample personal statements and extensive writing recommendations from famed writing tutor, Joe Schall. This manual is available for free use by students, faculty, and other interested parties, and the intention is to make this material as widely available as possible.

“Lessons From Abroad” Conference Booklet
Utilize the tools in this booklet, developed by our colleagues at Lessons From Abroad, to reflect on how an international experience can enhance your collegiate and professional careers.  This booklet can assist you in the early stages of brainstorming as you discover new ways to work, teach, volunteer, or study abroad after graduation.

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