The Enrichment Program, implemented by CIES on behalf of the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA), offers a variety of enrichment activities in different locations throughout the academic year for current Fulbright Visiting Scholars. These activities are designed to enable scholars to better experience America and to further the Fulbright Program’s goal of increasing mutual understanding between the people of the U.S. and people of other countries.
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Visiting scholars in the following locations will be able to participate in on-going enrichment programs in their areas. Scholars in these locations will be contacted by regional coordinators.
The coordinators may be reached by email as follows:
Boston (including Massachusetts and Rhode Island):
Spencer Gale, Assistant Vice President, International Center of Worcester, MA
New York City (including surrounding suburbs and Connecticut):
Asya Dinets, Director of Enrichment Programs, One-To-World, New York, NY
Northern California (north of Monterey):
Katie Tremper, Coordinator for Northern California Fulbright Visiting Scholar Enrichment
Southern California (south of Monterey):
Ann Kerr, Coordinator for Southern California Fulbright Visiting Scholar Enrichment
University of California at Los Angeles
Washington, D.C. (including Maryland and northern Virginia):
Korin Hoffman, Program Officer, Council for International Exchange of Scholars, IIE
Visiting Scholar Seminars:
Scholars located at institutions outside the major metropolitan areas named above will have the opportunity to apply to attend an enrichment seminar that will take place during the academic year. Two seminars were held in December 2015 and there are two additional seminars planned for the spring of 2016. The spring seminar topics are listed below:
Where International Efforts to Combat Climate Change Converge, April 14th – 17th, 2016
Role of Anchor Institutions and Grassroots Organizations in Addressing the City's Health and Human Rights Issues, April 19th – 22nd, 2016
The Fulbright Association (FA), comprised of alumni and friends of the Fulbright Program, invites visiting scholars to participate in enrichment activities organized by many of its 58 chapters located throughout the country. Like the other enrichment activities, these programs are supported by the U.S. Department of State. Visiting scholars will be contacted by the local FA chapter in their area. For more information, including details regarding the geographic jurisdiction of each chapter, please visit www.fulbright.org. For scholars not located in chapter areas, feel free to contact the Fulbright Association for possible connections with U.S. Fulbright alumni in your area.
Through these opportunities, we invite you to experience the Fulbright world outside the classroom.
Best wishes for an enriching experience in the United States!