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Feb 05, 2018

Reflecting on three months in the U.S.

By Miriam Johanna Laufer - Basically, anything goes. That was the information I received when I was asked to write an article for this website three months into my stay in the U.S.

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Feb 05, 2018

Post aus Princeton

Von Elise Eckardt - „Working hard for something we don't care about is called stress; working hard for something we love is called passion.” (Simon Sinek, Columbia University)

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Dec 14, 2017

Working at the UN COP23 Climate Conference

By Elizabeth Reichart - How I met climate action leaders, formed lifelong friendships, and embarked on an enriching experience of international cooperation.

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Dec 08, 2017

Learning How to Dream

By Jacquelin Hansel - It was summer 2015, when I attended the Fulbright Intercultural Communication Program and spent three weeks at Georgia Tech in Atlanta. Now, over two years later, I am living in the heart of Silicon Valley.

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Nov 28, 2017

Trading Spaces: Tales from Two Star-Crossed Fulbrighters

By Sarah Heineken - My Fulbright ETA year in Dresden was filled with the typical clichés of an education abroad experience: language and cultural immersion, numerous receipts for bus companies, and intense friendships.

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Nov 13, 2017

A Tar Heel Abroad: New Outlooks gained in former East Germany

By Daniel Franch - As a Teaching Assistant at the Gymnasium Philanthropinum in Dessau, I have made invaluable connections and improved both my professional foreign language teaching and personal skills.

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Nov 02, 2017

Three weeks to experience the American college life? – It worked!

By Henryk Hieby - In a changing education landscape in Germany, Fulbright gave 20 undergraduate students from dual-study programs in Germany the opportunity to experience the American college life.

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Oct 30, 2017

On Iberian Culture and Flamenco

By Analeigh Horton - The USA's Spanish language education system focuses mostly on Latin America. I have degrees in Spanish and Latin American Studies, but realized when I moved to Spain that there was a lot of Iberian culture that I had never learned!

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Oct 16, 2017

Shaping the future

By Ellias El Tahiri - The technology we're creating now shapes the future and it should have a positive impact on people and the planet - that's why I have decided to join IBM Watson IoT as a Fulbright alumnus - to be part of this adventure.

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Oct 10, 2017

Stumbling over History

By Kenny Fries - Fulbright Scholar Kenny Fries presented his research project at the Berlin Seminar 2017. For his book "Stumbling over History" he focused on the Nazi Aktion T4 "euthanasia" program and its connection to the Holocaust.

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