Welcome to the U.S. Fulbright Grantees 2018-2019

The beginning of every new academic year in Romania coincides with the arrival of the new group of American Scholars, Researchers and ETA Student grantees. In their honor, the Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission organizes every October the Orientation Seminar aimed at introducing them to the new environment and helping them adapt, meeting each other and Romanian academics, colleagues and alumni of the program. The current group of American Fulbright grantees consists of professors and students who teach and do research in the fields of American Studies, Public Administration, Engineering, Social Sciences & Social Work, Law, Public Health & Medical Sciences, Business Administration, Geology, American Studies, Theater, Physics, Political Science and English Teaching Assistantships at universities and institutions in Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Iasi, Brasov, Constanta, Timisoara, Suceava, Bacau, Arad, Sibiu and Galati.

After the official part of the program on October 3, attended by U.S. and Romanian high officials, the U.S. grantees participated in this year’s edition of the biennial RAAS – Fulbright Conference entitled "Ideology, Identity, and the US: Crossroads, Freeways, Collisions", October 4-6, 2018. The Conference program included the Fulbright Roundtable titled "Sharing the Fulbright Experience".

More photos are available on the Commission's Facebook page.

Professor Rodica Mihăilă Has Been Awarded Doctor Honoris Causa by "Ovidius" University of Constanța

We are happy to announce that Professor Rodica Mihăilă, Executive Director of the Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission and founder of the American Studies program at the University of Bucharest, has been awarded the title of Doctor Honoris Causa by "Ovidius" University of Constanța.

The award was given on Friday, October 5, for her pioneering work in establishing and developing American studies as an academic program in Romania, for promoting the American culture in Romania and for being an Ambassador of the Romanian culture in the U.S.

More photos from the ceremony are available here.

 

Fulbright Roundtable @ The 2018 RAAS-Fulbright Conference

The “Ovidius” University of Constanta held its 2018 RAAS – Fulbright Conference "Ideology, Identity, and the US: Crossroads, Freeways, Collisions” on October 4-6. On the first day of the conference, the Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission organized the roundtable “Sharing the Fulbright Experience.”

The roundtable was attended by U.S. Fulbrighters (Esther Thyssen, Rhode Island School of Design; Barbara Nelson, University of Bucharest; Monica Cure, Biola University) and Romanian Fulbright alumni (Adina Ciugureanu, “Ovidius” University of Constanta; Monica Got, Bucharest University of Economic Studies; Diana Benea, University of Bucharest). The participants approached the topic from the perspective of their own experience and expectations, sharing whatever they found most relevant for the Fulbright academic exchange program. The roundtable, hosted by the American Corner, was moderated by Prof. Rodica Mihaila, Executive Director of the Fulbright Commission.

Fulbright Presence at the New Academic Year Festivities Hosted the University of Bucharest

On October 2nd, in the presence of Romanian and American guests, the American Studies program at the University of Bucharest kicked off the new academic year with a special ceremony attended by current students and alumni as well as faculty and staff. Special welcome addresses were given by Ms. Merry Miller, Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy, Dr. Rodica Mihaila, Executive Director of the Fulbright Commission, Dr. Octavian Roske, Head of the English Department and Professor of English and American Studies, Dr. Roxana Oltean, Coordinator of the American Studies program and Professor of English and American Studies, as well as Ms. Karina Patrascanu, PhD student in American Studies and alumna of the American Studies program. Dr. Mihaila addressed the audience in her capacity as pioneer of the institutionalization of American Studies in Romania and founder of the American Studies program at the University of Bucharest, encouraging the students to make the most of the opportunities afforded to them by their chosen study path.

Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission & FEAC-EducationUSA at RIUF 2018 Fall Edition in Bucharest

This past weekend, the Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission and the Fulbright Educational Advising Center-EducationUSA took part in the Bucharest 2018 fall edition of the Romanian International University Fair (RIUF), a landmark on the map of educational fairs in Eastern Europe.
The Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission and its EducationUSA-affiliated advising center were once again present at this year’s fall edition of RIUF in Bucharest, sharing information on undergraduate or graduate study opportunities in the U.S., the application process and financial aid options.
The FEAC-EducationUSA adviser also delivered a presentation during the fair, providing more in-depth information on the Fulbright program and the path to studying in the U.S., at an undergraduate or graduate level.
The two-day event proved successful, with over 300 people stopping by our booth to inquire about study opportunities in the U.S. All prospective applicants were also happy to learn more about the Fulbright grants, as well as the wide range of free resources, services and events that FEAC-EducationUSA offers, in order to assist them in the application process.

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