Fulbright New Zealand

Fulbright New Zealand Campus Adviser

Clemency Montelle

Clemency with Mele Wendt (Executive Director of Fulbright New Zealand) at a reception at New Zealand parliament in honor of Harriet Mayor Fulbright (third from left), the wife of the late United States Senator J. William Fulbright in 2007.

Clemency during her Fulbright exchange visits the White House in the winter of 2003.

Clemency with other International Fulbright scholars at a convention visits the Supreme Court in Washington DC.

Dr Clemency Montelle is a Lecturer in Mathematics at the University of Canterbury. She obtained her PhD in Mathematics from Brown University in Rhode Island, USA as a 2000 Fulbright New Zealand Graduate Student.

“Travelling to the United States for post-graduate study as a Fulbright scholar was a both a privilege and an honour. The reputation of the Fulbright programme, its commitment to educational exchange, the opportunity to broaden one’s intellectual horizons, and the chance to experience and embrace a new culture, was life changing and inspirational.”

As Fulbright New Zealand’s Campus Adviser for the University of Canterbury, Clemency is available to discuss her exchange experiences with students and staff, as well as to give basic information about Fulbright awards. She welcomes enquiries from potential Fulbright applicants.

Contact Details:

Website: http://www.math.canterbury.ac.nz/~c.montelle/
Email: c.montelle@math.canterbury.ac.nz
Phone: (03) 364 2267
Office location: Room 711, Mathematics and Statistics Department, Erskine Building

See www.fulbright.org.nz for full details of the Fulbright programme, which offers a range of educational and cultural exchange awards for New Zealand graduate students, academics, artists and professionals to study, research, teach and present their work in the United States of America, and for New Zealand institutions to host visiting Americans.