Fulbright Awarded to Alyssa Noseworthy '24

Fulbright Award Recipient 2024

Alyissa Nadworthy, minor in translation, is awarded a Fulbright. She is majoring in romance studies, French and Spanish.

Noseworthy will be teaching English in Belgium and hopes to be "honing my skills as an ESL teacher and learning more about the Walloon language and culture."

The U.S. Department of State this spring has offered 19 undergraduates or recent alums grants through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program to study, conduct research, or teach English abroad.

The high acceptance rate follows recognition earlier this year of Dartmouth as a "top producing institution" of Fulbright student scholars.

"As the number of our students accepted into the Fulbright program continues to grow, Dartmouth's global reach is becoming even more extensive," says Christie Harner, assistant dean of faculty for fellowship advising.

"Whether it's teaching English in Taiwan or researching sustainable agriculture in Uruguay, these students and recent alums are taking the skills and knowledge they learned at Dartmouth to help make a difference in more and more places around the world."

The Fulbright program was created shortly after World War II to foster mutual understanding among countries, and since then more than 400,000 Fulbright participants from the United States and 160 other countries have taken part in the program.

This year, 16 of the 19 Dartmouth students and alums who were offered Fulbright grants will be participating in the program.