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Fulbright Distinguished Scholar, Dr Paul Berkman (UK '07), will convene the Antarctic Treaty Summit: Science-Policy Interactions in International Governance from 30 November through 3 December 2009 at the Smithsonian Institution.
Sir David Cannadine, a Fulbright Alumnus, presented a lecture on Churchill and the 'Special Relationship' at the Fulbright Commission's 61st Anniversary Lecture, held at the British Library.
US-UK Fulbright Commission hosts USA College Day, Europe’s largest US university fair, in London on Saturday 3 October 2009
The US-UK Fulbright Commission has announced a further increase in the number of its prestigious awards for the coming academic year.
University of Warwick V-C, Nigel Thrift, urges UK higher education to rethink its position at a Fulbright Commission / a Royal Society of Arts.
Applications for Fulbright Awards to study, research and lecture in the UK - including many new awards - for academic year 2010-11 are now available.
Fulbright Commissioner, Professor Michael Arthur, is to head the Russell Group from September 2009.
The US-UK Fulbright Commission is to receive £180,000 from the Scottish Government to enable it to expand its academic exchange activities in Scotland.
The Fulbright Commission is pleased to announce four summer study opportunities for 2009.
The application deadline for many UK Fulbright Award categories will come forward by several months, moving from a winter closing date to a spring closing date. Applications for awards in academic year 2010-11 will be due on 31 May 2009.
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