• The Ripple Effect – How Fulbright Alumni Are Making Their Mark On The World

    “I won’t be able to see the impact of my work in my lifetime,” he says. “But I believe my

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    Dr. Ricardo Tapilatu

    But [Ben] credits his experience in Indonesia in the 1990s as the springboard for real insight into the power of

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    Ben Zimmer

    She tries to encourage women staffers to believe in their potential.

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    Dr. Yoda Rante Patta

    In 2015, Jim obtained a post-doctoral US Fulbright Scholar grant to do research on various efforts by the Indonesian government

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    Dr. James Hoesterey

    With support from Fulbright, the 56-yearold historian has pursued his core interest: probing the relations between the United States and

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    Dr. Baskara T. Wardaya, S.J.

    “You’re going to learn so much more if you are patient, and take on one thing at a time,” she

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    Jen Shyu

    “She tries to show thatnthe imperative of being Muslim lies not only in prayer, but putting it into action— especially

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    Dr. Syafaatun Almirzanah

    According to Andrew Weintraub, a professor of music at the University of Pittsburgh, [her book] represents “one of the few

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    Dr. Anne Rasmussen

    [In Washington, DC], Evi focused on interviewing youth in two troubled wards where drug deals, murders, and mental illness wreaked

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    Evi Mariani Sofian

    Finally, when she got to Ithaca College, she encountered a Spanish teacher who changed her attitude to learning. He urged

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    Grace Wivell

    As for CCIP, she dishes out advice all year round. “I keep telling everyone, especially my Papuans, this is the

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    Novi Dimara

    Accustomed to watching movies and TV shows filled with white faces, [Jessica’s students in Kupang] were not expecting a young

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    Jessica Peng

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