fbpx Skip to content

€1000 Grants Available for Fulbright Alumni Projects 2022-2023

The Fulbright Commission Ireland is offering five €1000 grants to support Fulbright Alumni projects and events taking place before July 2023. All Irish and U.S. Fulbright Alumni are welcome to apply. 

Proposed projects and events should be relevant to the applicant’s professional activities and have an Ireland-U.S. focus. We particularly welcome impactful community projects that focus on diversity, equality and inclusion, in line with the Fulbright ethos. 

Only one grant will be awarded per project, and proposals must justify the value of the grant. 

Successful applicants will be required to include the Fulbright logo in all promotional materials, and to acknowledge Fulbright support at events or in publications. The Fulbright Commission can offer further support in terms of social media promotion of related activities. 


Alumni should complete and submit this application form by deadline of 2 June 2022.


Events supported by the Alumni Project Fund: 

17 May 2022: 'Towards diverse and inclusive policing: Practitioners and Researchers in conversation' (Online)
Fulbright Alum Dr Aoife Delaney is bringing Fulbrighters and researchers from policing organisations across Ireland and the US together to share ideas. The programme will highlight trailblazing research in the area of policing and diversity. Contact Dr Delaney for further details.

Past Alumni Project Fund Events: 

15-16 March 2022: 'Ireland Masterclass in Health Economics' at UCD
Fulbright Alum Dr John Cawley and collaboraters are coordinating a Masterclass where prominent senior researchers will share their cutting-edge research with early-career health economists. Further details

7 April 2022 ‘Meeting the Needs of Parents in Pregnancy and Parenting after Loss’ (Online)
Fulbright Alum Dr Joann M. O'Leary and collaborators will host free online workshops on April 7/26, and May 12, 2022. These events will provide training for organizations working with bereaved parents on how to support parents and siblings at the time of loss. The project will also further important research in this area. To book a place email mgt.murphy@ucc.ie  

In 2021, Fulbright Alum Lisa Nic an Bhreithimh worked with LGBTQ+ educational charity ShoutOut to organise a panel discussion on the topic of Queer Decolonisation. Speakers included Katlego Kai Kolanyane-Kesupile, Timothy R. Bussey, Ph.D. and Alber Saborío. The event was moderated by Mpho Mokotso. Watch the event back here: ShoutOut: Queer Decolonisation | Panel Discussion 

Skip to content