Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Rachel McVey and three of her students at the Jesuit Roma Residential College interviewed six Roma students, university faculty, educators and artist and published a booklet called Think Roma Style!
A new partnership between the University of Georgia School of Law and the Hungarian-American Fulbright Commission will provide exceptional scholarship opportunities for qualified Hungarian law graduates who wish to pursue a Master of Laws (LL.
For the consecutive year U. Fulbright scholars have been visiting the Talent Development Program Community Houses of the Csányi Foundation nationwide.
About 60 people, incuding 20 Fulbright alumni from the US and several current Hungarian Fulbright grantees gathered in Chicago on October 21 at a commemoration co-organized by Hungary’s Consulate General.
Revolution: A Day of Remembrance. Commemorating the Anniversary of the 1956 Revolution
Between June 2016 the Commission organized a U. Study Abroad Capacity Building tour for 9 representatives of U.
Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Susanne Liaw and four of her students at the Debrecen-based Wáli István Residential College researched, edited, translated and published a booklet called “Roma Folk Tales”. Children from the Igazgyöngy Foundation for talented children provided dozens of vibrant illustrations, many of which were used on the book’s cover and to supplement each story.
9 Fulbright alumni gave a talk at the American Hungarian Educators Association (AHEA) 41st Annual Conference at University of Maryland, April 28-30, 2016. Following the event a reception was organized at the Hungarian Embassy jointly with the Fulbright Commission.