Creating a Fulbright Culture on Campus

As a West Virginia native and first generation college student, hearing that fellowship applicants from West Virginia are like "unicorns" took me by surprise. At the biennial National Association of Fellowship Advisors conference, a fellow attendee made the comparison because, according to her, "West Virginia applications are so rare and so special." [Read more from the Director of the Office of National Scholarships in the Honors College of Marshall University, Mallory Carpenter]