Remembering Dr. Julieta Alvarado-Rieppel

Remembering Dr. Julieta Alvarado-Rieppel

Dr. Julieta Margarita Alvarado-Rieppel passed away on May 2, 2017 at the University of Minnesota Medical Center. Julieta was a loving wife, mother and grandmother, a role she relished and was just growing into with her beautiful new grandchildren. She is survived by her husband, Dr. Daniel Rieppel, and their children, Ingrid Margrit Pederson and

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Remembering Dr. Maurizio Gianturco

Remembering Dr. Maurizio Gianturco

On Monday, March 27, 2017 Dr. Maurizio Gianturco — innovator, leader, husband, father and friend — died peacefully at his beloved lake house with his family at his side. He was 88. Dr. Gianturco was preceded in death by his children’s mother, Rita, and is survived by his wife, Dina Gianturco; sons and daughters-in-law, Giulio

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Remembering Ralph Greenhouse

Remembering Ralph Greenhouse

On February 20, 2017, Ralph Greenhouse passed away at age 90 in a hospice at Alexandria, Virginia. Ralph Greenhouse had dual accomplishments in life. Nephew of the renowned cellist, Bernard Greenhouse with whom he studied, Mr. Greenhouse aspired as a teenager to become a concert cellist. World War II intervened and his subsequent military experience

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Danielle Cho Selected for YOA Global Leaders Mission to Argentina in July

Danielle Cho Selected for YOA Global Leaders Mission to Argentina in July

The Fulbright Association partners with the Global Leaders Program, a YOA Youth Orchestra of the Americas initiative, to provide scholarships for Fulbright alumni to participate in missions to teach music to underserved youth around the world. Founded by Fulbright Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Hilda Ochoa-Brillembourg, YOA is a world-class symphony orchestra of musicians aged 18-30

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New Book on Starting a Career Working for Peace from Fulbrighter David J. Smith

New Book on Starting a Career Working for Peace from Fulbrighter David J. Smith

In 2015, the worldwide refugee population topped 60 million for the first time since WWII – and the population is growing. Indeed, as globalization continues to unite diverse nations and peoples, it is also turning problems such as regional war and environmental degradation into worldwide issues, while prompting troubling reactionary movements in Western countries and

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