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Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission NEWSLETTER Volume VIII, Issue 1 October 2014 - January 2015

Table of Contents Fulbright Commission News        

Welcome to the U.S. Fulbright Grantees 2014-2015 Fulbright Roundtable at the 8th RAAS Conference Now Open: Summer 2015 Study of the U.S. Institutes for European Student Leaders U.S. Alumni Fair Second Meeting of the U.S. Fulbright Grantees Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission at RIUF 2014 Fall Edition Inauguration of the Accessibility Corner for Students with Visual Disabilities U.S. Alumni Annual Meeting

Fulbright Educational Advising Center – EducationUSA News 

The Fulbright Educational Advising Team Delivers Presentations in Timişoara and Iaşi

Stanford, Brown, Wellesley and Penn Come to Bucharest

Halloween at the Fulbright Haunted House

Yale Representative & FEAC Team Visit Sf. Sava High School

From U.S. and Romanian Fulbrighters             

 Michael S. Jones’ Book on Blaga News from U.S. Fulbright Alumnus Stephen J. Cutler "A Celebration of Eugene O'Neill" @ American Corner Bucharest  Professor Earl Carstens Participates in Annual Scientific Meeting Ioana Turcan’s Recent Achievements in the Field of Film  New Literary Project by Professor and Fulbright Alumnus Timothy Kenny  News from Professor Dan Cogalniceanu, Constanta Cooperation between Fulbright Alumnus and Romanian Academics in the Area of Scientific Research “American Night Dream” Humphrey Alumnus Awarded by LRSA this January Presentation on Regional and Urban Planning by Fulbright Scholar Daniela Constantin U.S. Fulbright Grantee’s Project on Quality Criteria in Teacher Education Memoirs and Dreams, an anthology edited by U.S. Fulbright Alumnus Gene Tanta

Live Chat with Dr. Gary Holcomb @ the Fulbright Educational Advising Center (FEAC) George Washington University Representative Visits the Polytechnic University and the School of Administration and Business Bookbinding Workshop @ FEAC FEAC-EducationUSA Outreach at LauderReut Educational Complex in Bucharest

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Fulbright Commission News Welcome to the U.S. Fulbright Grantees 2014-2015 The beginning of every new academic year in Romania coincides with the arrival of the new group of American Senior Scholars, Researcher and ETA Student grantees. In their honor, the Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission organizes every October the Orientation Seminar aimed at introducing them to the new environment and help them adapt, know each other and meet Romanian academics, colleagues and alumni of the program. The current group of American Fulbright grantees consists of professors and students who teach and do research in the fields of American Studies, Philosophy, Business Administration, Engineering, Neuroscience, Education, Social Work, Comparative Literature and Modern History, English Teaching Assistantships at universities and institutions in Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Iasi, Brasov, Constanta, Timisoara, Suceava. After the official part of the program on October 9, attended by U.S. and Romanian high officials, the U.S. grantees participated in this year’s edition of the biennial RAAS – Fulbright Conference entitled (Im) Migration Patterns: Displacement and Relocation in Contemporary America, October 10-12, 2014. More pictures are available on the Commission's Facebook page.

Fulbright Roundtable at the 8th RAAS Conference The Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission organized a roundtable entitled “The transnational dimension of the Fulbright Program” as part of the 8th RAAS – Fulbright Conference (Im)Migration Patterns: Displacement and Relocation in Contemporary America, held in Constanta, from October 10 to 12, 2014. The roundtable was attended by the newly arrived U.S. Fulbright grantees and Romanian Fulbright alumni from various universities across the country. The participants approached the topic from the perspective of their own experience and expectations, sharing whatever they found most relevant for the Fulbright academic exchange program. The roundtable, hosted by the American Corner, was moderated by Prof. Rodica Mihaila, executive director of the Fulbright Commission.

Now Open: Summer 2015 Study of the U.S. Institutes for European Student Leaders Environmental Stewardship and Social Entrepreneurship The Romanian‐U.S. Fulbright Commission announces the competition for the Summer 2015 Study of the U.S. Institutes for European Student Leaders, a five‐week academic program for young people pursuing post ‐secondary education. The Institutes are an all‐expense paid program, including program administration; domestic travel and ground transportation; book, cultural, mailing and incidental allowances; and housing and subsistence and more. More details are available at: http://www.fulbright.ro/news/462‐study‐of‐ the‐u‐s‐institutes‐for‐european‐student‐leaders.

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Fulbright Commission News U.S. Alumni Fair On Friday, November 21st, during the International Education Week, the Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission, together with EducationUSA, the U.S. Embassy in Bucharest and “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture, organized the U.S. Alumni Fair, a unique event, held for the first time ever in Romania. 24 alumni of various American universities – members of the U.S. embassy staff and Fulbright grantees – came together as representatives of their alma maters and spoke to over 400 visitors, acting as their guides on an exploration of the American college experience. During the 3-hour event, the high school and college students visiting the fair, together with their teachers and parents, had the opportunity to interact with the American alumni and to get more information on the free-of-charge services and resources offered by the Fulbright Educational Advising Center and the EducationUSA network. Due to the support of the Ministry of National Education, which helped us promote the event, apart from students of main Bucharest high schools, the fair was also attended by groups of students, accompanied by their teachers, from other counties and cities, such as Constanta, Arges, Ilfov and Giurgiu. The visitors were welcomed by Chargé d’Affairs Dean Thompson, who delivered the first opening speech, followed by Prof. Zeno Bogdănescu, Rector of the “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Prof. Rodica Mihăilă, the executive director of the Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission. Second Meeting of the U.S. Fulbright Grantees The group of American Fulbright grantees present in Romania for the academic year 2014/2015 met for a second time this year, to participate in the Alumni Fair organized at the Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism. Together with the colleagues from the U.S. Embassy, the American professors and students met a large number of Romanian high school and university students interested to find out more about American universities and academic environment. With this occasion, the American grantees attended a concert at the Romanian Athenaeum and went on a sightseeing tour of Bucharest and visited Cotroceni Museum as well as Stirbey Palace on Saturday, November 22. Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission at RIUF 2014 Fall Edition The Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission was present, once again, at the fall edition of the Romanian International University Fair (RIUF), in Bucharest, Timişoara and Iaşi. We took advantage of this opportunity to spread the news about Fulbright grants for Romanian citizens and the services offered by the Fulbright Educational Advising Center (FEAC), thus reaching out to a wider pool of potential applicants. An average 800 visitors stopped by our booth during the two days of the fair in Bucharest and over 500 in Timişoara and Iaşi, eager to learn more about the undergraduate and graduate application process and financial aid opportunities in the United States.

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Fulbright Commission News Inauguration of the Accessibility Corner for Students with Visual Disabilities The Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission and EducationUSA are pleased to announce the inauguration of the Accessibility Corner for students with visual disabilities. The dedication ceremony took place on December 2nd at the FEAC - EducationUSA Center, which was the recipient of a grant from the U.S. Embassy designed to facilitate public access to a wide range of educational resources and advising services. Ms. Patricia Pittarelli, Division Chief of the Disability/Reasonable Accommodation Division in the Department of State, Ms. Laurie Rubin, mezzo-soprano, jewelry designer and author, and Ms. Marjorie Stern, U.S. Cultural Attaché and main supporter of the Accessibility Corner project, participated in a short inauguration event which highlighted the need for further collaboration to ensure the availability and accessibility of educational resources. The opening speeches were followed by a demonstration of the proper use of assistive software and hardware, offered by students, teachers and volunteers from the Romanian Association of the Blind and “Regina Elisabeta” High School in Bucharest. The FEACEducationUSA Center now provides access to computers equipped with screen readers and magnifiers, two large monitors and a desktop magnifier, which will enable students with visual disabilities to have access to test preparation materials and special information about U.S. study options. The FEAC - EducationUSA Center intends to pursue further opportunities to reach out and work with students with disabilities.

U.S. Alumni Annual Meeting On Friday, December 12, the Romanian-US Alumni Association, in collaboration with the U.S. Embassy in Bucharest, organized the U.S. Alumni Annual Networking Meeting. The event took place at Casa Omenilor de Stiinta and brought together Romanian alumni of U.S. Government-sponsored exchange programs to the United States such as Fulbright, IVLP, Hubert H. Humphrey, Ron Brown, New Century Scholars, Benjamin Franklin Summer Institute, Young Leaders Dialogue with America and ”Study of the U.S.” Institutes. The special guest of the meeting was Marjorie Stern, Cultural Attaché at the U.S. Embassy. The chamber orchestra of the “Dinu Lipatti” National College of Arts offered an inspiring concert.

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Fulbright Commission News ► FROM U.S. AND ROMANIAN FULBRIGHTERS Michael S. Jones’ Book on Blaga Metafizica religiei – Lucian Blaga și filosofia contemporană (translated by Geo Savulescu and Dominic Georgescu, Editura „Self Publishing,” Bucharest), the Romanian version of Dr. Jones The Metaphysics of Religion: Lucian Blaga and Contemporary Philosophy (Madison, NJ: Farleigh Dickenson University Press, 2006) was made available to the Romanian public in September 2014. After spending a year in Romania and often returning as a visitor, Michael „Mihai” Jones is now a Fulbright Senior Scholar at the University of Bucharest, teaching and continuing his Lucian Blaga project by translating the famous Romanian philosopher’s work into English. This will benefit English-speaking philosophers by making Blaga’s philosophy accessible in their language and benefit U.S.Romanian cultural relations in general.

News from U.S. Fulbright Alumnus Stephen J. Cutler Stephen J. Cutler, Fulbright awardee to Romania in 2004 and 2011-2012 has returned to Bucharest from September to November, 2014 to teach for the Faculty of Sociology and Social Work at the University of Bucharest. His most recent article, “Is Health Affected by Dementia Worries and Concerns about Cognitive Functioning?” was published in the Romanian journal Revista de Asistență Socială (Vol. XIII/3, 2014, pp. 7-15). For the past several months, he has also been serving as a consultant to the World Bank on a project dealing with old age and population aging in Romania.

"A Celebration of Eugene O'Neill" @ American Corner Bucharest At the beginning of October 8, Dr. Adriana Carolina Bulz gave a talk about the great American playwright Eugene O'Neill. Dr. Bulz is a former Fulbright Commission intern and a graduate of the American Studies program at the University of Bucharest. She is currently an assistant professor with the Military Technical Academy in Bucharest. Dr. Bulz wrote her PhD dissertation on the reception of Eugene O'Neill in Romania and published a volume entitled "Readings in Eugene O'Neill's Drama" (2012). Professor Earl Carstens Participates in Annual Scientific Meeting Dr. Earl Carstens is a specialist in Neuroscience from University of California, Davis, and recipient of a Fulbright-University of Bucharest Grant awarded for the first time this year. Professor Carstens was invited as a plenary speaker at the annual meeting of the Romanian Society of Dermatology held in Timisoara, November 5-8. The title of his conference was Itch: from basic research to clinics. The American neurologist has further plans to continue strengthening ties to Romanian colleagues and to make his Fulbright presence in Romania a basis for more cooperation in the future.

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Fulbright Commission News ► FROM U.S. AND ROMANIAN FULBRIGHTERS Ioana Turcan’s Recent Achievements in the Field of Film Ioana Turcan is a first year MFA candidate at the College of Visual and Performing Arts, Syracuse University, NY, where she attends a graduate program in Film Studies as a Fulbright Student grantee. During her BA studies at Babes -Bolyai University of Cluj, Ioana had filmed a short fiction named Tempo which she finalized this past semester while studying in the USA. Tempo was selected for the International Student Film Festival FFeST in Cluj Napoca as well as for Imphal International Short Film Festival in India. In addition, Ioana’s short film entitled Crafted, made entirely at Syracuse University, competed for the same festival in Cluj Napoca, in the experimental section.

New Literary Project by Professor and Fulbright Alumnus Timothy Kenny Professor Timothy Kenny’s current project is a book planned to come out in May 2015. In his own words, “FAR COUNTRY/Stories from Abroad and Other Complicated Places is a compilation of short, nonfiction stories, most of which have been published elsewhere, in small 'literary magazines' with low circulation”. We are happy to learn that the book will open with a story about Romania. A strong supporter of the Fulbright program, Timothy Kenny was a U.S. Fulbright Scholar to Romania back in 1991-1992. He returned as a U.S. Fulbright Specialist in 2005 to resume teaching at the University of Bucharest, the Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies (FJSC). In 1992, together with eight Romanian Journalism majors, he produced the first student newspaper at FJSC. News from Professor Dan Cogalniceanu, Constanta Dr. Dan Cogalniceanu, Fulbright Senior grantee 2011-2012, at Oklahoma State University, and professor at Ovidius University of Constanta, Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences, has informed us about the co-publication of an article in the scientific journal Organisms Diversity & Evolution, ISSN 1439-6092, Volume 14, Number 4, December 2014, Springer Publishing House. The paper entitled “ClimateInduced Shifts in the Niche Similarity of Two Related Spadefoot Toads (genus Pelobates)” is the result of Dr. Cogalniceanu’s intense collaboration with three other experts from Oklahoma State University and Ovidius University of Constanta as well as an accomplishment generated by his past Fulbright experience in the U.S.

Cooperation between Fulbright Alumnus and Romanian Academics in the Area of Scientific Research Professor Mohsen Razzaghi, Professor and Head of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Mississippi State University and a Fulbright grantee to Romania in 2011-2012 was an invited speaker for "The TIM Physics Conference" on 20-22, November 2014 in Timisoara. On this occasion, Dr. Razzaghi met several Romanian colleagues from Technical University of Civil Engineering of Bucharest and from National Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering, discussing projects for the continuation of research work starting during the Fulbright grant in Romania. It was not the only purpose of the visit to Romania and let us quote Professor Razzaghi: “While in Timisoara, Dr. Constantin Bota from Department of Mathematics at Politechnica University of Timisoara asked me to join a group of scientists to put together, the foundations of a Romanian-American Center of Applied Sciences, in Timisoara. The main purpose of this Centre is to allow research collaborations between our Universities as well as other Universities, participation in research grants, organization of Conferences, etc.”

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Fulbright Commission News ► FROM U.S. AND ROMANIAN FULBRIGHTERS “American Night Dream” Cezar Ghioca, former Fulbright researcher in musical theatre at Kent State University and artistic director at "Revue Theatre Constantin Tanase" in Bucharest, is directing and performing in “American Night Dream”, a special show featuring two other Fulbrighters: Dr. Calvin Andre McClinton, Fulbright Scholar in Romania back in 19992000 and Romanian Fulbright alumna and actress Ana Pasti. The opening night was on December 18, 2014, at Elisabeta Theatre in Bucharest.

Humphrey Alumnus Awarded by LRSA this January Romanian Hubert H. Humphrey Alumnus Florin Priboi is the proud recipient of the Special Mention Award for Exceptional Academic Results 2014, granted by the League of the Romanian Students Abroad (LRSA). Florin Priboi has received this prize at the gala that LSRA oganizes once a year, in January. Congratulations on his recent success! We are also looking forward to hearing about Florin’s future achievements and projects owing to the experience he acquired during his Humphrey Fellowship year.

Presentation on Regional and Urban Planning by Fulbright Scholar Daniela Constantin On January 26, Daniela L. Constantin, PhD, Fulbright Scholar at George Mason University (GMU) and Professor at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, delivered a presentation titled “Bucharest City and Its Metropolitan Area in the Context of Global Competition: Lessons from the Greater Washington Metropolitan Area”. The event - part of the “Intergenerational Conversations: OLLI Members & Fulbright scholars” series – was hosted by The Reston Community Center at the Rose Gallery and focused on responses to global trends which have affected Eastern European regions. U.S. Fulbright Grantee’s Project on Quality Criteria in Teacher Education Friday, December 5, 2014, Luisa-Maria Rosu presented her Fulbright project “Investigations of Quality Criteria in Teacher Education programs” to the faculty members in the department of the Psychology and Educational Studies at the University of Bucharest. The discussion of both USA and Romania educational contexts illustrated how initiating conversations about representations of quality criteria, particularly to identify criteria for judging the quality of teacher education programs and practices in both countries are critical to expose the narratives of power and enforce the role higher education has in promoting necessary social transformations and change.

Memoirs and Dreams, an anthology edited by U.S. Fulbright Alumnus Gene Tanta The statements and stories comprising this anthology were written during a writing workshop called "Creative Nonfiction: Memoirs and Dreams". This collection represents the best work of American Studies MA students at the University of Bucharest, where I had the privilege to teach as a Fulbright Scholar 2012-2013. Memoir, as a genre, has a bit of a bad reputation. It’s often seen as self-indulgent and cloying. Dorothy Parker puts it this way: "All those writers who write about their childhood! Gentle God, if I wrote about mine you wouldn't sit in the same room with me."

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Fulbright Educational Advising Center – EducationUSA News The Fulbright Educational Advising Team Delivers Presentations in Timişoara and Iaşi Touring the country on the occasion of the fall edition of RIUF (the Romanian International University Fair), the Fulbright Educational Advising Center (FEAC) team made special visits to a number of universities - Universitate de Vest, Universitatea Politehnica din Timisoara, as well as Universitatea Alexandru Ioan Cuza and Universitatea Tehnica Gheorghe Asachi din Iasi – as part of our new outreach campaign. The four presentations delivered by FEAC representatives on October 6 in Timisoara and October 8 in Iasi focused on the two major pathways to U.S. study opportunities: Fulbright grants and independent graduate applications (for degree-seeking applicants). In each of these two major university centers, we engaged in a conversation with an audience made up of senior researchers and graduate students, but also had an opportunity to connect with undergraduate students as well. Stanford, Brown, Wellesley and Penn Come to Bucharest The Fulbright Educational Advising Center kicked off October with a visit from representatives of Stanford University, Brown University, University of Pennsylvania and Wellesley College. Ms. Kiyoe Hashimoto (Stanford University), Mr. James Kytta (Brown University), Ms. Milena Mareva (Wellesley College) and Ms. Maxine Mendoza (University of Pennsylvania) kindly accepted to give presentations in some of the finest high schools in Bucharest, as well as at the American Corner. Halloween at the Fulbright Haunted House On Friday, October 31, the Fulbright Educational Advising Center hosted its first Halloween party, in parternship with our friends from the American Studies Program at the University of Bucharest. Some 40+ “familiars” were bold enough to walk into our house of horrors and join in our spooky Costume Competition. Following a transparent and democratic voting procedure, our Fulbright ETA, Jamie Beth Weaver, emerged the winner for her original portrayal of The Raven, closely followed by “Charlie Chaplin”, while honorable mentions went to “The Bloody Nun”, “Hawkeye/ Robin Hood” and “The Russian Mobster”. The proceedings also included a pumpkin carving competition and bobbing for apples. We would like to thank our friends and colleagues from the American Studies program, as well as our lovely and lively team of high school interns, for their priceless assistance and for enthusiastically joining in the proceedings. Yale Representative & FEAC Team Visit Sf. Sava High School The Fulbright Educational Advising Center (FEAC) had yet another distinguished guest this month. On October 13, we accompanied Mr. Keith Light, Yale University Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions, to Bucharest’s „Sf. Sava” High School for a presentation on opportunities to study at Yale and other Ivy League schools. In his lively presentation, Mr. Light shared stories about life at Yale with the 60+ high school students present, highlighing the tremendous resources that Yale and Ivy League schools in general can offer, as well as the nurturing community and strong support network at Yale. He also spoke about financial aid opportunities and shared insider’s tips on the admission process. The FEAC team encouraged those with an interest in U.S. study opportunities to contact us at our center and to take advantage of the information and preparation materials available in our library and resource center.

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Fulbright Educational Advising Center – EducationUSA News Live Chat with Dr. Gary Holcomb @ the Fulbright Educational Advising Center (FEAC) On Monday, October 20th, the Fulbright Educational Advising Center hosted a special live online seminar titled “Mentoring Romanian Students in the U.S.: A Fulbright Scholar’s View”, given by our distinguished guest, Dr. Gary Holcomb, Professor of African American Literature at Ohio University. Dr. Holcomb spoke about his experience as a mentor to Romanian students in the U.S., the institution of mentoring, differences between the Romanian and American education system and the successful careers some of his Romanian students went on to pursue. He kindly took questions from the audience – mainly M.A. students and graduates - offering expert advice on criteria worth considering when choosing a graduate program in the United States. George Washington University Representative Visits the Polytechnic University and the School of Administration and Business On October 22nd, the Fulbright Educational Advising Center (FEAC) team facilitated three visits made by Ms. Britanny Wright, George Washington (GW) University representative, to the Polytechnic University and the School of Administration and Business within the University of Bucharest. Speaking on behalf of the International Programs and Admissions Office and the Graduate School of Engineering and Applied Science, Ms. Wright introduced the vast array of study programs at GW to Romanian students in the Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Bucharest as well as in the School of Administration and Business. The FEAC representative also presented information on the free-of-charge services and resources offered by the Fulbright Educational Advising Center, designed to help prospective applicants navigate the application process to U.S. universities in general. Bookbinding Workshop @FEAC On Friday, December 12, Jamie Beth Weaver, Fulbright ETA and talented interdisciplinary artist, offered us a delightful introduction to bookbinding through an arts & crafts workshop held at the Fulbright Educational Advising Center. Jamie gave us an overview of the art and patiently guided us through the process of making a handmade book. By the end of the workshop, each of the 8 lucky participants – mainly students and arts & crafts enthusiasts - could proudly present their own “drum leaf” book, a perfect Christmas gift for a loved one, and all voiced their hope for a repeat. You can see more of Jamie Beth Weaver’s impressive work on her website: http://jamiebweaver.wordpress.com/. FEAC-EducationUSA Outreach at Lauder-Reut Educational Complex in Bucharest On Friday, January 23, the Fulbright Educational Advising Center (FEAC)-EducationUSA team headed by dr. Rodica Mihăilă paid a special visit to the Lauder-Reut Educational Complex in Bucharest. A prestigious private institution for K-12 education, the Lauder-Reut Complex hosted a general information session delivered by the resident Fulbright-EducationUSA adviser to an audience of around 50 students. High schoolers enrolled in the 9th, 10th and 11th grade were provided with information on U.S. undergraduate admissions and funding opportunities as well as with details regarding upcoming events and workshops scheduled to take place at the FEACEducationUSA center in Bucharest. The Fulbright-EducationUSA representatives were delighted to reconnect with Lauder-Reut students who had previously participated in the U.S. Alumni Fair organized in the fall of 2015 and who were eager to learn about new study opportunities, including the key question of financial aid and student employment options. This presentation was the first in a series of events under the aegies of the new partnership between the Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission and the Lauder Reut Educational Complex.

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