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Fulbright Scholar Program

2 May 2013 2 Comments

In our travels, we have come across a large handful of Fulbright Scholars: film makers, writers, dancers, and many teachers. However, we have yet to come across a sports-based Fulbrighter.

As the college school year is coming to a conclusion, it would be great to see student athletes, coaches, or other educators be a part of this State Department program.

For those of you who read our site, follow the Wrestling Roots’ twitter/tumblr/facebook page know, WRESTLING IS EVERYWHERE. It would be great to see some wrestling-based Fulbright programs come to fruition.


From the Fulbright Program’s website:

“The Fulbright Program is the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government and is designed to “increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries.” With this goal as a starting point, the Fulbright Program has provided almost 300,000 participants—chosen for their academic merit and leadership potential — with the opportunity to study, teach and conduct research, exchange ideas and contribute to finding solutions to shared international concerns. ”


Check out their website. After all, many countries outside the US consider wrestling their national sport and important to cultural preservation:


-Mark L.



  • Joseph Jamison said:

    Dr. David Moreau, a former French national champion, is a Fulbright Scholar. He is currently conducting his research at Princeton University and is an academic fellow to the wrestling program. He works out with the team daily!

  • Mark Lovejoy said:

    Thanks for this Joseph!

    We’d love to hear…er…read about Dr. Moreau’s experience both in France and with the Princeton team.

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