Tom Bultman receives Fulbright Scholar Award

Dr. Tom Bultman, Professor of Biology, has received a Fulbright US Scholar Award that will take him to the University of Turku, Finland for the second half of the 24-25 academic year. The Fulbright-University of Turku Scholar Award, jointly funded by the Fulbright Finland Foundation and the University of Turku, provides US scholars with the opportunity to conduct research and/or teach in fields represented at the University. As a Fulbright Scholar, Dr. Bultman will conduct research with the aim to enhance sustainability of grazing food production in Finland, as well as other parts of the world.

The Fulbright Finland Foundation is an independent not-for-profit based in Helsinki, Finland. With the purpose of promoting a wider exchange of knowledge and professional talents through educational contacts between Finland and the United States, the Foundation collaborates with a range of government, foundation, university, and corporate partners on both sides of the Atlantic to design and manage study and research scholarships, leadership development programs and internationalization services. The University of Turku is an international academic community in Southwest Finland that builds a sustainable future through multidisciplinary research, education and collaboration, with biodiversity and sustainability as one of its six thematic research areas.

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Congratulations on your award, Tom!

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