Grants and Scholarships

Visiting Fellows and Scholars

Fulbright International Fellow/Student Program

Visiting Fulbright Fellows

The Fulbright International Fellow/Student Program supports educational exchanges that strengthen understanding and communication between the United States and more than 155 countries. The program has enriched the lives of more than 225,000 men and women and has brought some of the world’s finest minds to U.S. campuses. More than 4,000 new Foreign Fulbright Fellows/Students enter U.S. academic programs each year. Many Fulbrighters are young professionals who will return to responsible positions in their home countries. They often are involved in building institutions and government service when they return home.

Visiting Fulbright Scholar Program

Each year some 500 faculty and professionals from around the world receive Fulbright Scholar grants for advanced research and university lecturing in the United States. Individual grants are available to scholars from more than 125 countries to conduct research, lecture or pursue combined lecturing and research in the United States.

Prospective Fellows and Scholars

Individuals interested in becoming visiting fellows or scholars at The Ohio State University should apply through their home country’s Fulbright Commission, or the U.S. Embassy if a Fulbright Commission is not present in country.

International Fellows


  • Ishtiaq Ahmed, Pakistan, Department of Teaching and Learning, Education
  • Fernando Anorve, Mexico, Department of Statistics, Statistics/Other
  • Ashly Dyck, Canada, School of Environment and Natural Resources, Soil Science
  • Nazan Guventurk, Turkey, Department of Dance, Dance
  • Risa Haridza, Indonesia, Department of Teaching and Learning, Science Teacher Training
  • Zweli Hlatshwayo, South Africa, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Chemistry
  • Yuseva Iswandari, Indonesia, Department of Teaching and Learning, Teacher Training
  • Saes Byul Kim, South Korea, Department of Educational Studies, Educational Psychology
  • Ibrahim Mert Koc, Turkey, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Engineering Technology
  • Ho-Chieh Lin, Taiwan, Department of Teaching and Learning, Education
  • Ali Mansoor, Pakistan, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Nuclear Engineering
  • Byung-Doh Oh, South Korea, Department of Linguistics, Linguistics
  • Alejandro Pittaluga, Uruguay, Department of Animal Sciences, Animal Sciences
  • Jorge Ramirez Orrego, Colombia, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Engineering
  • Muhammad Saim, Pakistan, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering
  • Wahyu Setioko, Indonesia, Department of Teaching and Learning, Science Teacher Training
  • Goran Stevanovski, Republic of North Macedonia, Department of Educational Studies, Teaching/Medical School
  • Esteban Vargas Bernal, Colombia, Department of Mathematics, Mathematics
  • Martina Vazquez Miranda, Argentina, School of Environment and Natural Resources, Environmental Science
  • Ana Velasco, Bolivia, Department of Comparative Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Theresia Georges Yazbeck, Lebanon, Department of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering, Civil Engineering
  • Fides Angeli Zaulda, Philippines, Plant Pathology, Agriculture


  • Fernando Anvore Lopez, Mexico, Department of Statistics
  • Yildiz Guventurk, Turkey, Department of Dance
  • Saes Byul Kim, South Korea, Department of Education
  • Ali Mansoor, Pakistan, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
  • Byung-Doh Oh, South Korea, Department of Linguistics, Linguistics
  • Magdalena Julia Polczer, Australia, Germanic Languages and Literature
  • Telma Martinez, Honduras, Moritz College of Law
  • Fayez Sahak, Afghanistan, Moritz College of Law
  • Hlatshwayo Zweli, South Africa, Department of Chemistry


  • Linda Capito Ruiz, Ecuador, Department of Human Sciences
  • Guillermo Andres Castillo Martinez, Ecuador, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Robert Koller, Germany, Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures
  • Hamdy Mahmoud Negm, Egypt, Moritz College of Law
  • Esteban Vargas Bernal, Colombia, Department of Mathematics
  • Theresia Georges Yazbeck, Lebanon, Department of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering


  • Tahmina Ahmed, Bangladesh, Fisher College of Business
  • Agnes Buvar, Hungary, Department of Psychology
  • Soohyun Cho, South Korea, Department of Political Science
  • Gonzalo Esteban Constante, Ecuador, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Hernan Ricardo Cristancho Salazar, Colombia, Moritz College of Law
  • Anne-Lise Dall’Agnola, France, Department of History
  • Milan Heczko, Czech Republic, Department of Materials Science and Engineering
  • Ho-Chieh Lin, Taiwan, Department of Teaching and Learning
  • Asada Miriam Raz Mohammad, Afghanistan, Moritz College of Law
  • Andres Sanabria, Paraguay, Department of Plant Pathology
  • Franco Sebastian Sobrero, Argentina, School of Earth Sciences
  • Mayuko Yusa, Japan, Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures
  • Fides Angeli Zaulda, Philippines, Department of Plant Pathology

Visiting Scholars


  • Hui Wen Chang, Ministry of Education, Taiwan Department of Educational Studies
  • Felicia Ndidi Ejiah, University of Lagos, Nigeria Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • Jiraporn Inthasan, Faculty of Agricultural Production, Thailand School of Environment and Natural Resources
  • Vladimir Ivezic, University of Osijek, Croatia Carbon Management and Sequestration Center
  • Kevin McDonnell, University College Dublin, Ireland Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering
  • Karabi Pathak, Assam University Silchar, India Carbon Management and Sequestration Center
  • Hamissou Ousseini, Université Abdou Moumouni of Niamey, Niger Department of Teaching and Learning
  • Mark Graeme Trotter, CQUniversity Australia, Australia Department of Animal Sciences
  • Monika Varga, Kaposvar, Hungary Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering


  • Nita Andreea, University of Bucharest, Romania, School of Environment and Natural Resources
  • Natalia Cattelan, National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET), Argentina, Department of Microbal Infection and Immunity
  • Andres Dario Pantoja Bucheli, University of Narino, Columbia, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Boua Celestin Atse, Oceanological Research Center, Ivory Coast, School of Environment and Natural Resources
  • Stephen Kibusi, University of Dodoma, Tanzania, Department of Microbiology
  • Opeyemi Ayinde, University of Ilorin, Nigeria, Department of Agriculture, Environment, and Development Economics
  • Fatima Nighat, COMSATS University Islamabad, Pakistan, Department of Pharmacy
  • Salifou Traore, University of Ouaga, Burkina Faso, Soil Science - School of Environment and Natural Resources


  • Mousa Mohammad H Alreshidi, University of Hail, Saudi Arabia, Department of Food Science and Technology
  • Boris Boincean, Selectia Research Institute of Field Crops, Moldova, Carbon Management and Sequestration Center
  • Oleksandr Debych, Independent Filmmaker, Ukraine, Department of Slavic and Eastern European Languages and Cultures, Center for Slavic and East European Studies
  • Tamar Laliashvili, Academy of Ministry of Internal Affairs, Georgia, Moritz College of Law
  • Armen Mkrtchyan, Yerevan State Medical University, Armenia, Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy
  • AjayKrishnan Muralidharan, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India, Department of Materials Science and Engineering
  • Burak Ozbey, Bilkent University, Turkey, ElectroScience Laboratory


  • Mohammad Faizal Bin Ahmad Fauzi, Multimedia University, Malaysia, Department of Biomedical Informatics
  • Jose Antonio Alvarez Amoros, University of Alicante, Spain, Department of English
  • Botir Khaitov, Tashkent State Agrarian University, Uzbekistan, The Ohio State University South Centers
  • Leonardo Tinti, Jan Kochanowski University, Poland, Department of Physics