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Dawood Safi 🇦🇫 12h
Application for Fulbright 2021-2022 is open. I'm planning on mentoring 5 applicants throughout the application process. If you are applying and need guidance, drop me a message.
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Fazal Malakhail 12h
A thread about Afghanistan govt jobs: After done with MS in through came back to to serve my country. Luckily got a position in working with DG Policy & Result based Monitoring under DM (technical). The recruitment process was very transparent.
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Whitney Chappell Dec 10
Last leg of the European tour has me in Mainz at the Johannes Gutenberg Universität. A very productive visit, and we're already scheming about collaborations integrating typology, intonation & sociophonetic perception. Thanks to for making it possible!
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Nicolás Wiggenhauser 7h
I truly believe in the power of international cooperation. I am extremely proud of being part of the amazing community at . A bright future is ahead of us! Many thanks to .
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Jouni Mölsä 21h
First individual to receive Fulbright Finland filigrane glass Kuksa designed by Fulbright Fellow Jonathan Capps. I was the chairman of the Finnish Fulbright 2012-19. Previous two went to Governments of Finland and the United States. Thank you!
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USQ 6h
Drum roll please... 🥁 We are proud to announce astrophysicist is the recipient of a Scholarship! 🚀 Jake will travel to in San Antonio, next year as part of his project. Details:
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Jennifer deWinter Dec 10
Lessons from spending a day doing grant review: 1. Apply. If you are turned down, apply again. I understand that exceptional apps get turned down one year because of a late balancing process. 2. Significance of research. Should do this in any research project...
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Fulbright Australia 1h
Congratulations ! So proud to have you in our 2020 cohort☄️Looking forward to all your astronomical achievements at 📡 Next stop: 🌹
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Larissa Goulart Dec 9
first let’s celebrate our birthdays.
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Courtintheclassroom Dec 9
Czech students tend to always sit with the same classmates in every class, so I love finding new ways to mix them up! Today first-years played a board game about feelings & 3rd year students “mingle” and discuss their hobbies and free time
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AfriCommons 6h
Not sure why many of my academic friends seem surprised by President Trump’s appointments of Sarah Sanders and Shahira Knight to the Foreign Scholarship Board. Where have you been the past 3 years?
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Fulbright Poland 18h
Our Board member, Dr. Anna Budzanowska, received nomination for the Under Secretary of State at . Congratulations! 👏 ➡️
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Daniel Graewe Dec 8
Many many thanks to Commission for awarding me the scholarly "Certificate of Excellence". Feeling proud and honored to have received this distinction, although so many of my international co-scholars have also done excellent work and continue t…
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Alex Kolker 10h
During my I've been struck by how many young people find her inspiring. It's a big deal.
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Fulbright Arctic Dec 10
Alaskan photographer Acacia Johnson gives readers a look at how families eat in the Arctic.
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Tomislav Markovic 15h
Washington, D.C. I'm coming! @ Delta Terminal - Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport
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Naeem Awan Dec 4
Governments should be watchful of their students on foreign scholarships, who may return home with some 'extra qualifications'. US & European intelligence agencies actively recruit students on foreign scholarship programs like as their assets
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Siobhain Duggan 8h
Thank you and well done to all the speakers and our hosts at the event today!! Thought provoking and inspiring! closing comments scholar Dr Diane Conrad
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Courtintheclassroom Dec 9
Rehearsing for the school’s Christmas concert today! Students let me know that I need to have my golden buzzer ready for their performances 🤣☃️
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Chinwendu Dec 8
I spent the past week holding storytelling workshops with vulnerable kids through the African Students Edication Fund in Rwanda. I’m thankful to have had the opportunity to learn from them.
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