- PhD preferred (MA with teaching experience acceptable)
The Fulbright Roving Scholar Grant does not have a campus process. The national deadline is always at the beginning of August. The application process is lengthy and requires many months of preparation.
Should I apply?
Important information, which can help you determine if the Fulbright Roving Scholar Grant is right for you, can be found here: https://stanford.box.com/Should-I-Apply-General-Handout
Additional information on the Fulbright Roving Scholar Grant, including application criteria, can be found at: https://fulbright.no/grants/grants-to-norway/us-scholars/roving-scholars/
How the ORC can help
After reading this website and the official Fulbright Roving Scholar website you should attend an information session. Info sessions can be found at http://bechtel.stanford.edu/overseas-scholarships
About the Fulbright Roving Scholar Grant
Established in 1987, the Fulbright Roving Scholars Program brings a unique opportunity for highly skilled American teachers to teach and lead seminars for both students and teachers in Norway. Roving scholars should have experience and interest in secondary education within a variety of American Studies (history, geography, literature, cultural studies, etc.) The Roving Scholars are based in Oslo but spend up to 50% of their time traveling across all of Norway visiting secondary schools, giving training workshops, and participating in conferences. Applicants should have a strong interest in meeting with and teaching teenagers, presenting and practicing innovative pedagogy, and providing information about different aspects of American society.