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May 26, 2017

Interview: Awaiting the Creative City

By Lauren Crawford - Hi Matthias, tell me a little bit about yourself - where are you from ? What are you studying? Why did you decide to apply for a Fulbright in the U.S.?

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May 10, 2017

It Must Be Schicksal (Destiny): One African American Woman's Extraordinary Study Abroad Journey

By Noaquia Callahan - I used to believe that to be an African American woman interested in German history was unusual.

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Apr 27, 2017

My experience at Bard College - Fulbright like a diamond

By Anna Engelmann - August 14, 2016, summer: I was sitting at the airport in Dresden, Germany. Five minutes before that, I said goodbye to my beloved family and passed the security checkpoint.

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Apr 12, 2017

Reporting on Female Startup Founders in Berlin

By Lindsay Gellman - My focus as a 2016-17 journalism grantee in Germany is better understanding the challenges women face as they navigate Berlin’s tech-startup scene, and telling their stories.

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Mar 13, 2017

Reporting on the EU-NATO Seminar

By U.S. Students and Journalists - The Fulbright Commission in Brussels welcomed nearly 50 American Fulbright grantees to 19 countries across Europe for the annual Fulbright Seminar to the European Union and NATO.

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Feb 22, 2017

New Perspectives from Belize

By Bridget Kinneary - I applied for a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship grant because I felt it would be the perfect way to exercise my passion for teaching while pursuing my interests in classical music.

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Dec 06, 2016

On their own terms: two grantees tell their stories about inclusion

By Isabelle Ross - The German-American Fulbright Program prides itself on promoting understanding through cultural and academic exchange.

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May 19, 2016

Did you know that you can save a life?

By Dennis King - Every 3 minutes in the U.S. and every 15 minutes in Germany, someone is diagnosed with blood cancer. But there is hope. It’s called Delete Blood Cancer.

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Dec 01, 2015

Fellowship at the University of Bonn: Wanderjahr, Wunderjahr, Wendejahr

By Philip Cole - As we were climbing the stairs on our way back to our hotel room for the night, my wife, Angela, said: “why don’t you apply for a Fulbright.”

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Oct 05, 2015

From American Sign Language to Gebärdensprache

By Jennifer Lu - "It was cold. Froggy looked out of the window. 'Snow! Snow!' he sang. 'I want to play in the snow!'"

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