The Fulbright Program is the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government and Department of State and is designed to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries. The Fulbright Korean-American Educational Commission (한미교육위원단) awards grants to Americans to teach or do research in South Korea every year. This website is for alumni of the Fulbright Korea program. Read more about Fulbright Korea Alumni Relations here.

Join Our Regional Facebook Groups


FKAR is happy to announce the creation of the Regional Alumni Facebook Groups! These groups are large centers of Fulbright Korea alumni and are meant for you to easily connect, network, and share relevant information with our community in your area. FKAR groups: Atlanta, Boston/NYC, Chicago, DC, Houston, San Francisco, Korea

Utilizing the Alumni Database

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The Alumni Database Map features the contact information of 1550+ of Fulbright Korea alumni organized by location, professional field, undergraduate and graduate institutions, and field of study. This database is meant to make networking amongst alumni far more convenient and rewarding. This information is password-protected and is meant only for the use of program alumni.

Featured Jr. Researcher: Russell Burge


Russell Burge is a U.S. Fulbright Junior Researcher in Seoul. His research looks at city growth and social change during the 1960s and 1970s, a time in which South Korea underwent rapid development, shifting from a rural to urban society. His focus is on the history of Seoul, which was the largest center of rural-urban migration and quadrupled in size during these decades.

Alumni Spotlight: Where Are They Now?


The FKAR team had the privilege of interviewing Summit Shah (ETA ’04-’05) and Ray Sawyer (ETA ’13-’14), who generously offered to share their insight on the Fulbright experience and its impact on the work they do today.