This is the first of two articles shared by alumna Carol Sterling about her Fulbright experiences teaching puppetry in Uganda and India. The articles are published, with permission of the author, as they were printed in The Puppetry Journal. To read the second article, please click here. Carol Sterling is a former President of the UNIMA-USA and a former education consultant of Puppeteers for America. She is the recipient of the Puppeteers of America’s Marjorie Batchelder
This is the second of two articles shared by alumna Carol Sterling about her Fulbright experiences teaching puppetry in Uganda and India. The articles are published, with permission of the author, as they were printed in The Puppetry Journal. To read the first article, please click here. To read the second article in this series, please click here. Carol Sterling is a former President of the UNIMA-USA and a former education consultant of Puppeteers for America. She
The Fulbright community has responded strongly and effectively to those who have been trying to cut or even destroy the Program. We take our role as advocates for the Fulbright Program very seriously, and the results have been extraordinary. Thank you! You’ll recall that last spring the Administration proposed a destructive 47% cut to the Program for the current fiscal year. While FY2018 technically started last fall, that proposal hung over us until last week,
The Minnesota Chapter of the Fulbright Association was a recipient of the 2017 Committee’s Choice Award, an achievement that highlights how uniquely this chapter fulfills the Fulbright mission through its initiatives. With events including outdoor adventures and social gatherings, the Minnesota Chapter’s programming is a shining example of how chapter activities can engage the area’s members, friends of Fulbright, and visiting Fulbrighters to create lasting relationships and memories. Group photo from the Host Friend Meet-and-Greet
Congratulations to three of the Fulbright Association’s institutional members — Texas Tech University, the University of Florida, and the University of Georgia — who have been named recipients of the 2018 Senator Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization by NAFSA. The Simon Award recognizes U.S. colleges and universities who are making significant progress toward campus internationalization and embracing creative approaches in their internationalization programs and strategies. The award, named for the late Illinois Senator Paul