June 22, 2020 — Every year, Washington State University welcomes dozens of students and scholars from across the globe in partnership with the prestigious Fulbright Program. In turn, the university sends out its own ambassadors, who go on to study and teach at institutions the world over.
One of the ways the academy generates interest is through allowing past Fulbright scholars to speak about their experiences. Dan Dolan, a professor of civil and environmental engineering in the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture, has become a major proponent of the program and its myriad opportunities since his stint as a Fulbright scholar in Chile. [Read More…]