Lacy Gillette, Allison Lang, Cristian Mercado and Tatum Rae Shannon, all from Jacksonville, are receiving grants via the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program. Lang, Mercado and Shannon are current graduates of Florida State College and Gillette is a third-yr doctoral scholar at FSU. The Division of State’s Bureau of Instructional and Cultural Affairs administers this system, which gives grants for one yr so that college students can research or research or train English in collaborating nations.
Lang, 22, acquired a twin diploma from FSU in worldwide affairs and political science and is an FSU Presidential Scholar. As a Fulbright scholar Lang will spend the 2019-2020 educational yr in South Korea educating English to highschool students.
Gillette, 33, is pursuing her doctoral degree in artwork historical past. Together with her Fulbright Gillette will go to Erlangen, Germany to review 16th-century books and illustrations.
Shannon, 21, can also be a Presidential Scholar and acquired degrees in worldwide affairs and Chinese. As a Fulbright scholar Shannon will go to South Korea to show English.
Mercado, 22, acquired degrees theatre and non secular research. Mercado will go to Yunlin County, Taiwan during his Fulbright to teach English.
In response to Florida State College, a complete of ten excellent FSU current graduates and graduate college students acquired the 2019 Fulbright scholar scholarships.