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FLTA program

Did you know that the FLTA program is one of the most rewarding programs that you will ever be awarded to do in the U.S.A.? My name is Munkhbileg Janchivdorj, I work at the University of the Humanities as an English language teacher.

Jun 28, 2012
My Humphrey Year
My name is Chinkhand Dorj. I was a Humphrey fellow at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, ASU (Arizona State University) 2010-2011 and it is my pleasure to share about my experiences with my fellow alumni through this newsletter.
May 20, 2012
SUSI Diary

June17, 2011. Day One or Arrival

At very long last- Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.A. … Have been waiting for this moment for some endless five months. And, now, I am here in the U.S. … Local time says its 2:30 in the morning. Almost twenty two hours flight... Why am I not feeling tired? - Too excited? ... Will they meet me? - Of course, they will. They have been bombarding me with yahoo-in boxful of messages with programs, schedules, booklists and critical reviews, etc. Oh, thank this SUSI Program. I am out of all those summer jobs. No curriculum renovations, no translations, no summer tasks, nothing… Well, nearly nothing. Just read, participate and enjoy (or relax?) it here. I am a student now, not a teacher. So do as students do.

The first American. Or a Grizzly?

May 03, 2012
The mongolians music scene's greatest assets

BIO: Lauren Knapp is a Fulbright-mtvU Fellow researching modern music in Ulaanbaatar. She ar-rived in Mongolia in October and will stay through the end of the summer filming and interviewing key players in Mongolia’s rock and pop music scene. Lauren studied anthropology and music at Grinnell College, where she received her BA in 2006. Before coming to Mongolia, Lauren worked for The PBS News Hour, a nightly television news program in Washington, DC, where she produced several interviews with American artists and musicians.

Apr 30, 2012
20 Days visit equals 2 years study

For the last several years, I have been working for the Mongolian Government on the issue of Water Policy. The last 4 years were very special time for Mongolian water policy and legislation as well as for the general development of the sector.

Apr 30, 2012
My experience in my Humphrey Year

It is a great pleasure for me to share with my fellow alumni some of my thoughts and memories of my Humphrey Fellowship Year in 2010-2011. I was fortunate to be selected as one of the 2010 Humphrey Fellows and I am very grateful to the U.S. Government, Institute of International Education, the U.S. Embassy in Mongolia and people of America for this opportunity .

Oct 30, 2011
UB winter brings Fullbrighters: Air pollution studies in Ulaanbaatar

The Mongolian winter is far and widely known as one of the fiercest in the world and often tops the list of deterring factors that drive people from Mongolia. How-ever, many will be surprised to learn that it was the winter and the winter of Ulaanbaatar in particular that drove one of our American Fulbright researchers to Mongolia.

Aug 20, 2011
Delaware: Days of exploring national security

My name is Bayasgalan.S. I am researcher and lecturer at School of Foreign Service NUM majoring on International Relations and National Security Policymaking. It is my pleas-ure to share my experience of participating in the SUSI program and visiting the United States in the alumni newslet-ter. I participated in the Studies at the United States Insti-tutes (SUSI) program on U.S. National Security.

Apr 20, 2011
LGBT rights: Path of courage and defiance

The LGBT Centre in Ulaanbaatar is Mongolia's first and only LGBT human rights organization. In a country where working for LGBT rights is not only difficult but also dangerous, the LGBT Centre is building a better and safer society for Mongolia's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. Under constant threat of violence by ultra-nationalist right-wing movements, the courageous leaders, staff and volunteers at the Centre provide legal, advocacy, and social support services for LGBT Mongolians and their families.

Mar 27, 2011
100 years 100 women– My IVLP Experience
Last March I had a wonderful chance to meet and learn from powerful women and men who are dedicating their efforts for supporting women leadership and training emerging women leaders. Women leaders are the key people in grass root NGOs and schools that works with youth, mobilizes volunteers and community resources to help people in need, and government officials, legislators who are working for greater government accountability and civic participation in the U.S. Equally dear to me was the opportunity I was granted to make friends with over ninety dedicated women from all over the world who broadened my perspective of women’s issues around the world. This great opportunity was provided to me by the U.S. Department of State’s special IVLP Program which aimed at marking the 100th anniversary of international women’s day.
Mar 01, 2011

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