Twenty-one New York University students and recent alumni have been selected as Fulbright Scholars for 2018-19—more than twice the number selected five years ago.

2018-19 Winners Double Total from Five Years Ago

Twenty-one New York University students and recent alumni have been selected as Fulbright Scholars for 2018-19—more than twice the number selected five years ago. Under this U.S. Department of State grant, recipients teach or conduct research abroad during the upcoming academic year.

This year’s NYU recipients, along with the country in which they will teach or conduct research, are as follows:

Undergraduate Recipients

Erica Barbarossa (College of Arts and Science, 2018)—Russia
Claire Callahan (Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, 2018)—South Korea
Stephanie Coxon (College of Arts and Science, 2018)—Romania
Willow Frederick (College of Arts and Science, 2017)—Spain
Britta Gigliotti (Global Liberal Studies, 2017)—Italy
Thomas Klein (NYU Abu Dhabi, 2018)—Malaysia
Anjali Krishnan (Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, 2016)—Spain
John Leake (Gallatin School of Individualized Study, 2018)—Russia
Madeleine Perlmutter (Gallatin School of Individualized Study, 2018)—Spain
Connor Smith (Tisch School of the Arts, 2016)—South Korea
Yiliya Shyrokonis (College of Arts and Science, 2015)—Bulgaria
Hannah Taylor (NYU Abu Dhabi, 2018)—Portugal

Graduate Recipients

Anisha Chadha (Graduate School of Arts and Science)—India
Ryan Dzelzkalns (Graduate School of Arts and Science, 2016)—Japan
Nicholas Haas (Graduate School of Arts and Science)—India
Andrew Keough (Graduate School of Arts and Science)—Vietnam
Ethan Loewi (Graduate School of Arts and Science, 2018)—South Korea
Pamela Nogales (Graduate School of Arts and Science)—Germany
John Raimo (Graduate School of Arts and Science)—Germany
Allison Stewart (Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, 2016)—India
Gabrielle Vitollo (Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development)—Germany

An additional 11 NYU students and recent alumni were selected as Fulbright Scholar alternates. NYU Fulbright Scholars and alternates have applied for the program through the university.

The Fulbright Program extends beyond this international educational exchange program, awarding approximately 8,000 grants annually. Roughly 1,600 U.S. students, 4,000 foreign students, 1,200 U.S. scholars, and 900 visiting scholars receive awards, in addition to several hundred teachers and professionals.