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"The outreach aspect of my Fulbright U.S. Student grant centered on areas that I have been passionate about over my life: mentorship and teaching. I developed a Lego Mindstorms STEM outreach program for high school students..."

Read more about #Fulbright U.S. Student Researcher to South Africa, Mathieu Davis, who split his time between his research of testing knee replacement implants and his...
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Happy Labor Day from the #Fulbright Program!

“The stories that will help us understand the slave trade, this crucial moment in human history, are down there,” Dr. Ibrahima Thiaw said referring to his pioneering mission to discover sunken slave ships off the coast of Senegal.

A 2004 #Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program alumnus, Dr. Thiaw researched “West Africa in the Era of the Trans-Saharan and Atlantic Slave Trades” at the University...
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Congratulations to #Fulbright NEXUS Alumna, Ruth C. Brown, on being named President and CEO of Ronald McDonald House New York!

The Ronald McDonald House provides support services for children battling cancer and their families.

Previously, Ruth was Chief Executive Officer of the Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health, an organization that collaborates with community members to design and...
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Dr. Christopher Clark, a 2016-17 #Fulbright U.S. Scholar to #Malta, discussed his research on underwater robot systems for scientific sampling, in an interview with the national television station of Malta, Television Malta, on August 15, 2016.

Dr. Clark, who is a professor of Engineering at Harvey Mudd College and the director of the Lab for Autonomous and Intelligent Robotics (LAIR),...
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#Fulbright- National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellow Janice Cantieri writes about her host community, Banaba Island, and its ongoing battle with forces related to climate change.

Read more about how the Banaba Islanders confront the harsh realities of drought and resource scarcity, in order to remain on their ancestral homeland, in the article below.

#ActOnClimate #ClimateChange...
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Meet the 2016 #Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program's Alumni Ambassadors!

This group of Scholar Alumni have been selected to serve as representatives, recruiters, and spokespeople for the Fulbright Scholar Program.

Alumni Ambassadors conduct presentations that focus on their individual Fulbright experiences and the impact of Fulbright on their career, home institution and communities.

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We regret to inform our #Fulbright community that we have received sad news from our colleagues at U.S. Embassy Kabul.

Fulbright Program alumnus, Naqib Khpulwak, was one of the victims of the attack on the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF) last week.

Naqib was an Assistant Professor of Law teaching courses on Property Rights, Family Law, and co-teaching Alternative Conflict...
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Roy Janisch has been appointed to Vancouver Island University’s first Fulbright Canada Jarislowsky Visiting Research Chair in Aboriginal Studies.

Roy is an associate professor at Pittsburg State in Kansas, and will spend nine months in Canada as a Fulbright U.S. Scholar.

As a Visiting Research Chair, Roy will be working with First Nations communities to address the issue of restorative...
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#Fulbright Scholars come from all types of institutions, including community colleges!

David Dry, an instructor at Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College in North Carolina, will be a visiting lecturer in Kyrgyzstan on topics related to American history and English language education.

Read more about Dry’s Fulbright plans in the article below.

The #Fulbright Program has a lasting effect on the lives of its alumni and their families.

In a recent blog post, Fulbright Scholar Program alumnus David J. Smith, shares his experiences as he reflects back on his 2003 Fulbright year in #Estonia.

“Upon returning to the United States, I dedicated my career to the work of world peace: promoting conflict resolution, peacebuilding, and global...
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The world is a far less safe place today because of Obama's imbecilic moves like this. Defeat Hillary.

U.S. Sent Cash to Iran as Americans Were Freed