Health and Safety Measures for the Upcoming SAT Administration

The Fulbright Commission will be open for the SAT administration on August 29, with limited testing capacity. As we continue to navigate uncertainties due to the coronavirus, the top priorities are the health and safety of students and educators. The test center will adhere to public health guidelines and will follow College Board requirements, as detailed below.

Requirements:

• All students and staff must wear a mask or protective face covering during the SAT administration;
• All students and staff will get temperature checks prior to entering the testing room;
• Students must confirm a series of statements (see below) prior to entering the testing room;
• Students must maintain the physical distance (2 meters) at all times;
• Students must be seated at least six feet (2 meters) apart during testing.

IMPORTANT:
If students don't feel well on test day, please stay home. You will be able to transfer your registration to another test date at no charge through September. If you would rather cancel your registration, you will be issued a full refund. Contact College Board’s Customer Service between test day and the next business day (Monday, 5 p.m. ET) to make this request.

SAT Test Center Covid-19 Safety Screening

When students arrive on test day, testing staff will administer a short survey before letting students into a test center to determine if a student should be sent home due to sickness. Testing staff will administer this survey verbally to all students, and deny entry to any student who doesn't confirm all the statements below or refuses to answer them.

Read more: Health and Safety Measures for the Upcoming SAT Administration

No public hours

The Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission, Educational Advising Center included, is closed to the public during the month of August.

Our public activities will be resumed in September. Until then, enjoy the rest of the summer!

Ethnicity and Gender Debates

Ludmila Martanovschi, coordinator of the American Studies Program at Ovidius University, Constanța and Fulbright awardee twice, announces the release of a new collection of essays, “Ethnicity and Gender Debates. Cross-Readings of American Literature and Culture in the New Millennium” (Peter Lang Publishing), co-edited with Tatiani G. Rapatzikou, Artistotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.

The volume is a truly international project, as testified by the background of the contributors: Barbara A. Nelson and Marianne B. Woods (USA); Carmen Birkle (Germany); Constantine Chatzipapatheodoridis and Angeliki Tseti (Greece); Elisabeth Boulot and Lea Stephan (France); Noelia Gregorio Fernández and Aitor Ibarrola-Armendariz (Spain); Raluca Andreescu, Ileana Jitaru and Iuliana Vizan (Romania); Jiachen Zhang (China); Pi-hua Ni (Taiwan). Having been presented at the European Association for American Studies Conference held in Constanța, the essays “underline the vibrancy as well as complexity that characterizes the study of American literature and culture in the twenty-first century with regard to the exploration and understanding of ethnicity and gender”.

New Article by Fulbright Alumnus Tim Anderson

Timothy G. Anderson, professor in the Department of Geography at Ohio University and a Fulbright scholar at West University of Timișoara during the Spring 2014 semester, has recently published an article stemming from the research he conducted during his time in Romania.
The article titled “Cameralism and the Production of Space in the Eighteenth-Century Romanian Banat: The Grid Villages of the ‘Danube Swabians,’” is currently published online in the Journal of Historical Geography (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhg.2020.04.012) and will appear in print in the fall issue.

The 2021-2022 Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program



The Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission announces the annual competition for the Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program for Romanian professors, researchers and professionals who have a doctoral degree or equivalent (certified). Grants are available for conducting research and/or lecturing in the U.S. universities.

The Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program provides international travel, accident/sickness insurance and a monthly stipend covering accommodation and living expenses.

Read more: The Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program 2021-2022

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Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission

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Phone: 021.230.77.19
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