Sep-Oct 2011 |  Volume # 9, Issue # 09-10

          

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 During September, USEFP was busy in the selection of Fulbright and Humphrey grantees for next year. The interview process was completed and the online applications were submitted on October 1. Congratulations to all those selected! The process was extremely competitive and many excellent candidates have been encouraged to reapply next year. The last of the 2011 Fulbrighters departed for their universities in the U.S., with USEFP arranging their travel and everything else needed to give them a good start. In October, this batch attended a dedicated Gateway Orientation organized by the Institute of International Education (IIE) at the University of Texas in Austin. A highlight of the five-day orientation was meeting Texas Senator Judith Zaffirini at the State Capitol.

Also in October, USEFP hosted the 8th Annual Fulbright and Humphrey Alumni Conference. Held at the Serena Hotel in Islamabad on October 7 – 9, the conference theme was “Giving Back: The Role of Alumni in the Socio-economic Development of Pakistan.” The conference was inaugurated by Mr. Thomas Miller,
Minister Counselor for Public Affairs and Mr. Mitchell Moss, Counselor for Public Affairs both from the U.S. Embassy and Mr. Ismail Hassan Niazi, Chairman USEFP Board of Directors. Mrs. Souriya Anwar, President of SOS Children’s Villages Pakistan gave an inspirational keynote address. U.S. Ambassador Cameron Munter and his wife Dr. Marilyn Wyatt hosted a dinner reception for the conference participants. The conference gave alumni an opportunity to highlight their social service work in child welfare, women’s empowerment, sustainable development, health reforms, and regional stability. Humphrey alumnus Dr. Amjad Saqib, was given special recognition for his work with Akhuwat Foundation as Executive Director.

SEASON'S GREETINGS AND A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!

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"Giving Back" – 8th Annual Fulbright & Humphrey Alumni Conference

Lahore Chapter Alumni receive Engagement Innovation Fund Awards

Introducing American Studies as a subject in Pakistan: Professor Dr. James Reed talks to faculty and students

'It was a life-time experience' - a radio producer's journey from Turbat to Massachusetts
 

USEFP now offers API certification exams

SAT Exam held in Lahore and Islamabad

GRE Subject Test for graduate students

ACT Test - upcoming dates

Revised GRE Mock facility now available!

 





 

 

 

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New Fulbright and Humphrey grantees selected for 2012

Texas Senator welcomes Fulbright grantees from Pakistan in first-ever Pakistan Gateway Orientation

 


 Senator Zaffirini and Program Manager USEFP with Fulbright 2011 grantees at Austin. 

Fulbright grantee meets financial guru Warren Buffet

The Redefined Dimensions of Baloch Nationalist Movement, Malik Siraj Akbar, Humphrey Fellow
 

Analytical Solutions of non-Linear Partial Differential Equations, Dr. Rahmat Ellahi, Fulbright Scholar

University of Missouri interview with Ms. Fouzia, Fulbright Masters in Public Affairs

Global UGRAD-Pakistan Fall 2011 Fellow updates

Building Bridges:
Stronger ties between U.S., Pakistan can be a weapon to defeat militants, says journalism grantee

Half-a-world away from home, Pakistani officials examine governance
 



 

Advisers reach out to Peshawar universities

Opportunity Fund Program launched

EducationUSA based training workshop held for local school counselors


Model United Nations, a platform for leadership and student growth


Enrich your students with global educational experience - summer school opportunities in the U.S!

 

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