- Rencontre avec Louis Bélanger
- Catherine Kreatsoulas’ address at the Harvard-Fulbright Award Presentation and Discussion
- A Conversation on Collaboration
- Donkey Sanctuary
- The Fulbright Connection
- Breaking from Books—Social Capital, Community and the Holidays
- Mixed Electoral Outcomes and the Triumph of Ideological Politics
- Katy Arnett – Meeting the Diverse Needs of Learners
- American Wealth, Power, Poverty and Inequality: Glimpses of Election Day through the Eyes of a Visitor
- U.S. Ambassador discusses the U.S. Elections at the Munk School
Monthly Archives: October 2011
Fulbright Canada’s current competition for Canadian students and scholars is quickly drawing to a close. If you are a faculty member, a student, or an independent researcher who is considering the United States for an exchange experience in 2012, Fulbright … Continue reading
2011-2012 American Fulbright Student Jill Woelfer recently presented her research on how homeless young people use technology at Simon Fraser University. Watch her fascinating lecture here!
See what some of our Canadian and American Killam Fellows said about why they chose to go on exchange with the Killam Fellowships Program!
Watch the 9th annual Killam public lecture featuring celebrated Canadian economist Dr. Thomas J. Courchene!
Earlier this year, Canada’s broadcast regulator launched a consultation into the policy implications of increasingly popular Internet-based video services such as Netflix. The consultation was the CRTC’s response to broadcasters and cultural groups that formed the Online Broadcasting Working Group … Continue reading
Fulbright Canada alumnus Stephen Clarkson writes in the Globe and Mail on the declining influence of Canada and Mexico
The paradox of North America’s skewed development is that, although Canada and Mexico make extraordinarily large contributions to America’s economic strength, homeland security and international effectiveness, they have virtually no influence in Washington’s corridors of power. Starting with the economic … Continue reading
See what some of our 2011-2012 U.S. Scholars and Students had to say about coming to Canada for their Fulbright experience!
Vicky Banas, a Killam Fellow from SUNY Plattsburgh to Mount Allison University, is a member of her campus’ Club Canada, a group which was recently profiled in The Walrus. “The Idea of North” by David Marchese | The Walrus | … Continue reading
If you are an alumna/alumnus of a U.S. government (USG) sponsored exchange program and have an idea for a creative outreach project, a special activity, or a unique program for your community in Canada, apply now for our Community Leadership Program (CLP). This … Continue reading
Dr. Sandy Y.M. Ng is a member of the inaugural class of the new Fulbright NEXUS Scholar program. A faculty member at Queen’s University, she will be taking up her Fulbright award at Stanford University. Her project, which is in … Continue reading
The 2011-2012 competitions for Canadian students and scholars are quickly drawing to a close. If you are either a faculty member or a student considering the United States as an option, Fulbright Canada will be holding a LIVE webinar for … Continue reading