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Middle school children may seem like unlikely ambassadors, and even less likely global health advocates. However, an international, collaborative interagency initiative, called the Zika Education and Prevention Project, is empowering school children around the world to combat disease outbreaks.
This year, the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs sponsored one-hundred and six women leaders in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields from Africa, the Middle East, and South and Central Asia through the 2019 TechWomen exchange program.
Building upon the popular 21st Century Fox film Hidden Figures, ECA created a series of Bureau-wide “Hidden No More” programs to highlight the contributions women make in STEM fields.
Mohamad discovered his love for chemistry in the United States. He wasn't able to learn in a lab until he came to study with the YES exchange program. What he's done since then is truly remarkable.
Through the Virtual Communities Connect initiative, the ECA Collaboratory funded a series of pilot projects that allowed U.S. Embassies around the world to develop meaningful virtual programming with American communities and institutions that help advance American foreign policy goals.
Irina Sthapit is an Electronics and Communication Engineer and an educator from Nepal, who teaches children how to build antennas.
Fulbright Arctic Initiative scholar, Gwen Holdmann, tells us what renewable energy research she will be conducting in Iceland in spring 2016.
2015 was an extraordinary year for exchange programs. Take a look at some of our favorite moments. Apply for an exchange program in 2016 exchanges.state.gov
The State Department convened 24 educational technology experts at the White House for the first “Technology in English” workshop.
In partnership with EdVenture Partners and the U.S. Department of State, 23 Universities around the globe were invited to create digital campaigns to counter violent extremism.