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Fulbright Orientation in Vienna September 22-25, 2015

Twenty-one new US Fulbright student grantees and four scholars participated in the fall 2015 US Fulbright orientation, which included lectures and discussions in Fulbright Austria's Q21 offices, a reception held by H.E. Ambassador Alexa Wesner, a walking tour of Vienna's Ringstrasse, and a field trip to the beautiful Wachau valley.
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FSB Chair Elect Betty Castor Publishes Article on the Fulbright Program

Betty Castor, Vice Chair and Chair-elect of the J. William Fulbright Scholarship Board, has just published a piece on the importance and impact of the Fulbright Program in the Huffington Post that also underlines the contributions of partner governments to the program.
J. William Fulbright in International Perspective" Conference at the University of Arkansas August 31 to September 2, 2015
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J. William Fulbright in International Perspective" Conference at the University of Arkansas August 31 to September 2, 2015

Executive Director Dr. Lonnie Johnson spoke about “The Fulbright Program in Transition, 1989-2014” at the "J. William Fulbright in International Perspective: Liberal Internationalism and US Global Influence" conference at the University of Arkansas's Diane D. Blair Center for Southern Politics and Society.
House and Senate Appropriations Committees Recommend Maintaining Fulbright Funding
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House and Senate Appropriations Committees Recommend Maintaining Fulbright Funding

The House and Senate Committees on Appropriations and their Subcommittes on State-Foreign Relations have provided some good news in the recent fight to reverse the proposed 30 million dollar cut to the Fulbright Program (see SaveFulbright.org, an initiative of concernced Fulbright alumni, for more information).
Fulbright Program wins Prince of Asturias Award June 12, 2014
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Fulbright Program wins Prince of Asturias Award June 12, 2014

The Fulbright Program was awarded the 2014 Prince of Asturias Award for International Cooperation on June 12, 2014, as announced by the Prince of Asturias Foundation. Widely considered to be “Spain’s Nobel Prize,” the Prince of Asturias Award exists “to reward scientific, technical, cultural, social, and humanitarian work carried out at an international level by individuals, institutions or groups of individuals or institutions.”
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Editorial: Welcome to 2020

January 7, 2020