Two Fulbright Alumni Receive 2017 Nobel Prizes

Two Fulbright Alumni Receive 2017 Nobel Prizes

The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs congratulates Fulbright Program alumni Dr. Michael Rosbash and Dr. Kip S. Thorne on their recent recognition as 2017 Nobel Laureates.

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Cultural Property Advisory Committee Meeting October 23-24

Cultural Property Advisory Committee Meeting October 23-24

The Cultural Property Advisory Committee will meet October 23-24 to consider the proposal to extend the U.S.-Cambodia cultural property agreement (or “Memorandum of Understanding”).

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YLAI Fellows Begin Fellowships in the United States

YLAI Fellows Begin Fellowships in the United States

Civil society leaders and entrepreneurs of the Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative (YLAI) program from Latin America and the Caribbean convene in the United States to begin their individual fellowships in cities across the country.

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United States and Mali Extend Cultural Property Agreement, Include Protection for Manuscripts

United States and Mali Extend Cultural Property Agreement, Include Protection for Manuscripts

The United States and Mali extended their Agreement to continue import restrictions on archaeological material from Mali.

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American Exchange Alumni Work Together to Fight Trafficking

American Exchange Alumni Work Together to Fight Trafficking

Forty American alumni of more than ten U.S. government-sponsored exchange programs came together in Washington, D.C. this month to expand on their experiences disrupting illicit trafficking networks, building resilient institutions and communities, and assisting victims and vulnerable populations.

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TEDxAthens Conference Founder Connects with Counterparts in Austin, Texas

TEDxAthens Conference Founder Connects with Counterparts in Austin, Texas

Five years after his first International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) experience, Dimitris Kalavros-Gousiou will return to the United States as a “Gold Star” IVLP alumnus.

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