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Newsletter. Spring 2020 Download PDF, 1 MB

This issue of the Fulbright Newsletter provides information about 15 Ukrainian Fulbright Students and 2 Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant Fellows who were honored with a 2019-2020 Fulbright Scholarship.

Newsletter. Autumn 2019 Download PDF, 1,2 MB

We are pleased and proud to present to you the Ukrainian Fulbright scholars and FRDP fellows currently in the U.S. for the 2019-2020 academic year, with information on their host institutions, their terms in the U.S. and descriptions of their projects

Newsletter. Autumn 2019 Download PDF, 1,7 MB

With this Newsletter, we at Fulbright Ukraine are pleased to present to Ukraine’s academic community our American scholars and fellows for the 2019-20 academic year with information about their projects, their host institutions and their contacts. They are eager to visit other universities and regions, make new friends and establish professional relationships. We encourage Ukrainian universities, institutions and NGOs to invite any Fulbright students and scholars to visit and participate in seminars, conferences, workshops and lectures. You may contact our Fulbright grantees directly or contact our office for assistance in inviting them to your institutions or organizations.

Newsletter. Autumn 2019 Download PDF, 1,1 MB

This Newsletter contains testimonials from recent Ukrainian Fulbright Alum. Through their essays, they illustrate in the best way possible what we call the “Fulbright experience” in its tangible, very personal dimension. We would encourage you to take a moment to read about the Fulbright experiences, take note of the opportunities that exist for academic, personal and professional development, and consider applying for a Fulbright!

Newsletter. Winter 2019 Download PDF, 1,6 MB

This issue of the Fulbright Newsletter provides information about 18 Ukrainian Fulbright Students and 2 Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant Fellows who were honored with a 2018-2019 Fulbright Scholarship.

Newsletter. Autumn 2018 Download PDF, 1 MB

We are pleased to present to you the Ukrainian Fulbright young researchers currently in the U.S. for the 2018-2019 academic year, with information on their host institutions, descriptions of their projects, and contact information.

Newsletter. Autumn 2018 Download PDF, 1 MB

We are pleased and proud to present to you the Ukrainian Fulbright scholars currently in the U.S. for the 2018-2019 academic year, with information on their host institutions, their terms in the U.S. and descriptions of their projects.

Newsletter. Autumn 2018 Download PDF, 1 MB

Meet the New U.S. Fulbrighters 2018-2019 in Ukraine issue. Inside this issue — U.S. Fulbright Grantees: host institutions; grant project goals; terms in Ukraine; contact information Faculty and professional staff of academic and educational Ukrainian institutions can identify U.S. Scholars to invite to their campuses for short-term visits by consulting the profiles of all U.S. Grantees in Ukraine for the current academic year. Institutions may contact scholars directly via e-mail addresses provided.

Newsletter. Winter 2018 Download PDF, 1,27 MB

In 2017-2018 a total of 36 American Fulbrighters are hosted by Ukrainian Universities and research Institutions, including 7 students, 6 English teaching assistants, 2 public policy fellows.

Newsletter. Winter 2018 Download PDF, 5,39 MB

This issue of the Fulbright Newsletter provides information about 18 Ukrainian Fulbright Students, 3 FLTA and 14 FRDP Fellows who were
honored with a 2017-2018 Fulbright Scholarship.

Newsletter. Winter 2017 Download PDF, 2,99 MB

We are pleased to present to you the Ukrainian Fulbright scholars currently in the U.S. for the 2017-2018 academic year, with information on their host institutions, descriptions of their projects, and contact information.

Newsletter. Autumn 2017 Download PDF, 2,29 MB

Meet the New U.S. Fulbright Scholars in Ukraine issue Inside this issue — U.S. Fulbright Scholars 2017-2018: host institutions; grant project goals; terms in Ukraine; contact information Faculty and professional staff of academic and educational Ukrainian institutions can identify U.S. Scholars to invite to their cam-puses for short-term visits by consulting the profiles of all U.S. Scholars in Ukraine for the current academic year. Institutions may contact scholars directly via e-mail addresses provided.

Newsletter. Winter 2016 Download PDF, 4.1 MB

We are pleased to present to you the Ukrainian Fulbright students, young researchers and scholars currently in the U.S. for the 2016-2017 academic year, with information on their host institutions, descriptions of their projects, and contact information.

Newsletter. Autumn 2016 Download PDF, 0.8 MB

This Newsletter has been prepared exclusively as a “Meet the U.S. Fulbrighters 2016-2017 in Ukraine” issue. The bulk of the issue consists of brief descriptions of every grantee’s project: their research goals, courses taught, planned activities, and areas of interest.

Newsletter. Winter 2015 Download PDF, 3.1 MB

We are pleased and proud to present to you the Ukrainian Fulbright students and scholars currently in the U.S. for the 2015-2016 academic year, with information on their host institutions, their terms in the U.S. and
descriptions of their projects.

Newsletter. Autumn 2015 Download PDF, 0.7 MB
This Newsletter has been prepared exclusively as a “Meet the U.S.
Fulbrighters 2015-2016 in Ukraine” issue. The bulk of the issue consists
of brief descriptions of every grantee’s project: their research goals,
courses taught, planned activities, and areas of interest.

Newsletter. Spring 2015 Download PDF, 1.5 MB

In this issue we have pieced together U.S. Fulbrighters’ 2014/15 experiences in Ukraine vibrantly illustrated by their activities, achievements, and fruitful cooperation with Ukrainian institutions. Since September 2014, 10 scholars, 4 teaching assistants and 8 graduate students from different states and universities in the U.S. have been lecturing and carrying out research in 18 Ukrainian universities and research institutions. We would encourage you to take a moment to read about the Fulbright experiences, take note of the opportunities that exist for academic, personal and professional development, and consider consider applying for a Fulbright!

Newsletter. Winter 2014 Download PDF, 2.8 MB

We are pleased and proud to present to you the Ukrainian Fulbright students and scholars currently in the U.S. for the 2014-2015 academic year, with
information on their host institutions, their terms in the U.S. and
descriptions of their projects.

Newsletter. Autumn 2014 Download PDF, 1.1 MB
This
Newsletter has been prepared exclusively as a “Meet the U.S.
Fulbrighters 2014-2015 in Ukraine” issue. The bulk of the issue consists
of brief descriptions of every grantee’s project: their research goals,
courses taught, planned activities, and areas of interest.

Newsletter. Winter 2013 Download PDF, 2.8 MB

We are pleased and proud to present to you the Ukrainian Fulbright students and scholars currently in the U.S. for the 2013-2014 academic year, with information on their host institutions, their terms in the U.S. and descriptions of their projects.

Newsletter. Autumn 2013 PDF, 0.7 MB

This Newsletter has been prepared exclusively as a “Meet the U.S.
Fulbrighters 2013-2014 in Ukraine” issue. The bulk of the issue
consists of brief descriptions of every grantee’s project: their research
goals, courses taught, planned activities, and areas of interest.

Newsletter.  Winter 2012 Download PDF, 1.6 MB

We are pleased and proud to present to you the Ukrainian Fulbright students and scholars currently in the U.S. for the 2012-2013 academic year, with
information on their host institutions, their terms in the U.S. and
descriptions of their projects.  For some, it is their first journey to the U.S.; for others, it is a return to the U.S. where they may have visited earlier as secondary school or university students, tourists or scholars.

Newsletter. Autumn 2012 Download PDF, 0.7 MB

This Newsletter has been prepared exclusively as a “Meet the U.S. Fulbrighters 2012-2013 in Ukraine”. The bulk of the issue consists of
brief descriptions of every grantee’s project, their host institutions and
terms in Ukraine, and areas of interest.

Newsletter. Winter 2011 Download PDF, 1.6 MB

This issue consists of concise descriptions of Ukrainian Fulbright grantees’ projects. 49 Ukrainian were awarded Fulbrights for the 2011-2012 academic year including 18 scholars, 9 young professors and 22 graduate students. So, 49 Ukrainian Fulbright faces of 2011-2012.

Newsletter. Autumn 2011 Download PDF, 0.6 MB

The bulk of this issue consists of brief descriptions of U.S. Fulbright grantees’ projects: their research goals, courses taught, planned activities, and areas of interest.

Newsletter. Spring 2011 Download PDF, 0.8 MB

In this issue we have pieced together U.S. Fulbrighters’ 2010-2011 experiences in Ukraine vibrantly illustrated by their activities, achievements, and fruitful cooperation with Ukrainian institutions. Faculty and professional staff of academic and educational Ukrainian institutions can identify U.S. scholars and students to invite to their campuses for short-term visits by consulting the profiles of all U.S. Scholars in Ukraine for the current academic year. Institutions may contact scholars and students directly via e-mail addresses provide.

Yearbook 2010-2011 Download PDF, 2.6 MB

The bulk of the report consists of concise descriptions of Fulbright projects: their aims, contents and chief results. Through their essays, grantees illustrate in the best way possible what we call the “Fulbright
experience” in its tangible, very personal dimension. We also provide a
glimpse of the last year through the eyes of the Ukrainian Fulbright
Association Council Members. The present edition is actually compiled by the Fulbrighters themselves, who are both the participants of the Program and its biographers. So, we invite you to turn over another page in the Fulbright biography.

Yearbook 2009-2010 Download PDF, 5.9 MB

This Yearbook records a brief overview of the Fulbright Program in Ukraine for the 2009-10 academic year. It presents several stories by Ukrainian and American Fulbrighters about their studies and research in the USA and in Ukraine, and provides an insight into the impact this experience has had on these students and scholars. From the Yearbook you will also find out about the activities of the Ukrainian Fulbright Association; publications of Fulbrighters; scholarly seminars, roundtable discussions and conferences organized by the Program; and art exhibitions sponsored and hosted by the Program.

Yearbook 2008-2009 Download PDF, 4.7 MB

This Yearbook introduces the main activities of the Fulbright Program in Ukraine, along with our alumni, their achievements, and the life of Ukrainian Fulbrighters.

Yearbook 2007-2008 Download PDF, 3.7 MB

This Yearbook contains program reports, a grantee directory, and descriptions of academic achievements and adventures. It is also a kaleidoscope of brief glimpses — some written, others pictorial — presenting the endeavors and reflections of the past year’s grantees. On these pages we invite you to share the excitement and satisfaction of academic discovery and accomplishment, further enriched by a new terrain, a new culture, and a developing web of colleagues and friends. Its strong threads bind individuals, institutions, and countries together in a joint search for ever-new horizons.

Yearbook  2006-2007 Download PDF, 4.3 MB

This Yearbook reflects the experiences of Ukrainian and U.S. scholars and students during their academic exchanges to the U.S. and Ukraine. We invite you to explore this volume and read about their remarkable journeys of discovery of new knowledge, new people and new friends. These rich and varied experiences will inspire many more students and scholars in Ukraine and the U.S. to participate in Senator Fulbright’s great experiment — to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and other countries through the exchange of persons, knowledge and skills.

Yearbook  2005-2006 Download PDF, 6.4 MB

The 2005 Yearbook includes a short description of projects for this year by
Ukrainian and American Fulbright scholars, which will be useful for future
applicants to the Program. The material and information from the director of the Program as well as the information and reports from the previous year of the Program coordinators are included in the Yearbook. The largest section of the Yearbook is devoted to the reflection and recollections of American and Ukrainian scholars about their Fulbright experience and participation in seminars and conferences. Also included is a general overview of the fulbright alumni publications.