On Use and Abuse

Professor Patrick McDermott, Professor of Legal Studies and Management at Franklin P. Perdue School of Business and currently a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Bucharest, conferenced to American Studies students on "Use and Abuse: The Rights of Defendants in the U.S. Criminal Justice". The event was hosted by the Center of American Studies in Bucharest, on April 2, 2019.

Bard College Berlin Rep Connects with Romanian Students in Bucharest

Bard College representative Salome Vacheishvili (Admissions Counselor and Recruitment Coordinator) was present in Bucharest this past week to connect with Romanian high school students. The Fulbright Educational Advising Center-EducationUSA team was happy to meet her again and assist her in her outreach efforts.
We accompanied our guest to three of the finest high schools in Bucharest - “St. Sava” National College, “George Coşbuc” National Bilingual College, and “I. L. Caragiale” National College -, where an average 60 students (mainly 10th and 11th graders) gathered to hear the presentations, eager to learn more about the Bard Berlin community and the path to studying at this American-style liberal arts college in Europe.
The attendees had a chance to learn more about Bard College Berlin’s rich academic offering, the admission process, the various forms of financial aid available for international applicants, and the Bard global network of campuses.
We took the opportunity to tell participants a few words about the resources awaiting them at FEAC-EducationUSA and ways we can help them in preparing strong applications to undergraduate programs in the U.S.

Webinar: “Applying for Graduate Schools in the U.S.” – April 11

Are you considering applying to a graduate school in the U.S.? If so, be ready to connect to the online seminar “Applying for Graduate Schools in the U.S. through the Fulbright Program or as an Independent Student”.

On Thursday, April 11, from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m., you’ll have the opportunity to meet Dr. Elizabeth Lightfoot, U.S. Fulbright Scholar to Romania, Associate Professor and Doctoral Program Director at the University of Minnesota, School of Social Work.

Liz will address several topics of interest to students planning to conduct research or enroll in a Master’s program in the U.S. She will touch upon topics such as the U.S. graduate school structure, identifying a graduate school program and a prospective advisor, writing an application, and selection committees’ expectations during the application assessment. Last but not least, Liz will help you get a clearer picture of what studying in the U.S. is like. Feel free to ask your questions in the last part of the webinar.

To join the webinar, please register at:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7684414596674925581

FEAC-EducationUSA Adviser Connects with Students and Researchers in Iaşi

Last week one half of the FEAC-EducationUSA advising team was present in Iaşi to advertise study and research opportunities in the United States via the Fulbright Awards, as well as through independent applications.
On March 28, the FEAC adviser met with undergraduates and graduate students interested in pursuing a graduate program or in conducting research in the United States. The presentation, kindly hosted and co-organized by the Department of International Relations within the “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iaşi, focused on the Fulbright Student Award for Romanian citizens, but also tackled questions about the Fulbright Senior Award competition, which is yet to be launched. Professor Ovidiu Călţun (“Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iaşi, Fulbright Grantee 2018-2019, California Polytechnic State University) was present at the event and kindly agreed to share a bit of his personal experience as Senior Fulbright Grantee, as well as useful tips to help guide potential applicants through the Fulbright application process and beyond.
Many thanks to Professor Călţun, as well as to Gina Marinescu and Ioana Serafinceanu, Department of International Relations, “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iaşi, who kindly lent their support in organizing and promoting the event.

Fulbright Presentations for High School Students in Cluj

Kimber Guinn, currently a Fulbright ETA in Iasi, led two presentations for 29 students and 3 teachers from "Victor Babes" High School in Cluj-Napoca and Waldorf High School on March 29, 2019 at the American Corner Cluj-Napoca.
The first topic detailed the U.S. Education System. Highlights included public vs. private schooling, K-12 academic year and daily structure, curriculum expectations, legislative bills and policies impacting education such as the National School Lunch Program and Kentucky's HB 205 Bill, and challenges education in the U.S. encounters.
The second topic covered Everyday Leadership and allowed students to develop their own service action plan. Participants were led through the five stages of project development which included identifying relevant issues, creating a mission statement, goal setting. Students left with the knowledge and power to enact change within their community.

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