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Alumni takes lead in promoting Mongolia's Geo-Information and space Science development

Dr. Tsolmon Renchin, a 2008 Humphrey alumna, is one of the few dedicated professionals of remote sensing and Geoinformation system science in Mongolia, a specialized field of science that studies the processing, application and development of data collection and remote sensing and geographical information systems such as satellites.

Dec 20, 2010
Humphrey experience

As my home country Mongolia increases its pace of development to participate more in the international community, I embraced the opportunity of spending a year in the United States. The academic year 09/10 became my Humphrey year that I spent at the Peabody College of Education and Human Development (Vanderbilt University) in Nashville, Tennessee. It became a year full of professional networking, site visits and trips besides our academic learning.

Nov 29, 2010
Fullbright the Global Force

I’m Uyanga Bazaa, was born and raised in Ulaanbaatar. How-ever, I wouldn’t call myself a city girl. I love the countryside and out-door activities but at the same time I cannot imagine my life without TV, Internet as I am in the field of journalism and media. In 2006 I won Fulbright scholarship and came to the States in August 2007. It has been already three years since I settled down in the Wild West of America – Lawrence, Kansas and completed my Masters Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication in the University of Kansas (KU).

Nov 26, 2010
Cities and themes

As Foreign Relations officer of a local government, I attended the World Learning Visitor Exchange program entitled “State and Local Government with the support of the U.S. Embassy from September 7-24, 2010 in the U.S. This program offered me a great opportunity to get familiar with American culture, history and gain clear understanding of divisions of power between the states and local governments, and understand how both relate to a federal governmental system which has its own powers under the constitution. During my program, I visited several states such as Washington DC, Florida, New York, Illinois, New Mexico, California.s under the constitution. During my program, i visited

several states such as Washington DC, Florida, New York, Illinois, New Mexico,


Nov 26, 2010
Awesome UGRAD

Hello, everyone! My name is Ulziimaa. I’m an alumna of Global Undergraduate Exchange Program, a program sponsored by the US Department of State for under-graduate students from over 40 developing countries. I participated in this program from the autumn of 2009 till the spring of 2010 after finishing my sophomore year at the Institute of Finance and Economics. The first word that comes to mind to de-scribe this program is AWESOME.

Nov 02, 2010
SUSI:Experiencing the U.S.A

My name is Chuluuntumur and I am a secondary school English teacher from Darkhan. It is my pleas-ure to share my experience of participating in the SUSI program and visiting the United States in the alumni newsletter. SUSI program was an absolutely huge step in my life not only because it was my first time abroad but also because it allowed me to see and experience what I teach in classroom in real life.

Nov 02, 2010
USA through IV

For any Mongolian it is the most normal thing to have hot tea with their meals whether it is July or January. However, it was the most unusual thing to have ice cold water offered with my meal and to see the genuinely surprised faces of the restaurant wait staff when I asked for a cup of nice hot tea instead.

Oct 12, 2010
Making a difference

Gantuya, known as the cheerful Ganaa among her friends and the alumni, is one of the most active and devoted members of the Mongolian U.S.G. Alumni Association (MUSGAA). Ganaa, a strong and active businesswoman who works for one of the most prominent busi-ness corporations in Mongolia, be-lieves in the importance and strength of volunteerism and community service.

Sep 03, 2010
Naraa, a Humphrey fellow from Cornell

I am Naraa, a Humphrey fellow at Cornell in 2009-2010 academic year. It was very special and important year in my life. There were many impressive moments, but here I would like to share one experience that remained in my mind most vivid and that made a strong impression in me.

It was a warm autumn day when 11 Humphrey fellows of Cornell University (2009-2010) were taken to a Challenge course camp to have fun and build team spirit.

We were invited to six various exercises that we either performed as a group or in pairs. The most challenging of all was to climb to approximately 12 meters tall pole that equals to the 4th floor of a build-ing. Task for us was to equip ourselves with safety measures, and then climb to the top. At the top of the pole, having made a straight posture to jump to catch four ropes hanging in 2 meters distance (in the air).

Sep 02, 2010
My humphrey year at Vanderbilt university

It always gives me such pleasure and joy to remember my Humphrey year at the Peabody College, Vanderbilt University where I was blessed by new experience for educational innovation. My name is Enkhtuvshin and I received Humphrey fellowship in 2008. During my Humphrey pro-gram, I was provided with great opportunities to develop professionally and acquire the skills and contacts that are crucial to my goal of improving the current situation of the secondary and higher education sector in my country.

Sep 01, 2010

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