1. Cine-Ndaba Trailer


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    • Buddha Before and After


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      This is a quick video transition of Shakyamuni Buddha showing before and after its completion for the main altar at Zigar Monastery, a contemporary Tibetan Buddhist monastery in Rewalsar, India. Sculpture by Tashi Norbu, photos by Frederic Martin Duchamp. To learn more about this Buddhist art and its relationship to 10th-12th century Indo-Tibetan predecessors, see this blog post by Fulbright artist Eva Lee: http://artistfulbrightindia.wordpress.com/2014/03/18/a-look-at-the-art-of-zigar-monastery-and-its-indo-tibetan-predecessors/

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      • 2013-2015 Fulbrighters from Chile, Haiti, Indonesia, Laos, and Russia


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        Some of the Fulbrighters (2013-2015) from Chile, Haiti, Indonesia, Laos, and Russia who went to St. John's University in Manhattan during Summer 2013 decided to do a reunion trip in Winter 2013 to Grand Canyon and Las Vegas. To commemorate, I, a Fulbrighter from Laos, made this video. I hope you all enjoy.

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        • Fulbright Excursion: Old Sturbirdge Village


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          The International Center of Worcester arranged one day excursion to Old Sturbridge Village for Fulbright Visiting scholars on March 8, 2014

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          • Fulbright Scholarship 2015


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            The Fulbright Masters and PhD Program funds graduate study in the United States for a Master's or Ph.D. degree . Funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), these grants cover tuition, required textbooks, airfare, a living stipend, and health insurance. USEFP also assists with the visa process. For the Masters degree program, eligible candidates will have either a four-year Bachelor's degree or a Bachelor's and Master's combination totaling 16 years of formal education from an accredited university. Recent graduates are strongly encouraged to apply, except for MBA applicants, who require 3 years of work experience. For the PhD degree program, eligible applicants will have a Master's, M.Phil or comparable degree (a minimum of 18 years of formal education) from an accredited university. It is highly desirable that candidates have work experience in teaching, research, or the public sector in Pakistan.

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            • When A Clumsy Girly Girl Goes Hiking


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              This video is purrradee comedy! Hiking is definitely not my thing but I tried :) To have lived in rural Alabama for most of my life you would think that I could better navigate nature and the forest. From my crazy outfit to my falls, you will never know what I will do or say next. This video is a prime example of why girly girls should not go hiking lmao. But hey! I'm always up for a fun/crazy adventure :) Enjoy!!!

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              • Fulbright Malaysia Adventures: Stingrays, ETA Turn ups, and KL Nights


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                Hey Guys!! I would like to start off by saying THANK YOU for watching this video! This is my first of many vlogs that I am editing to document my grant and ETA experience in Malaysia. After watching this video, you will notice that I am a novice with my camera (i.e. I am not the best camerawoman), but I plan on improving my skills so stay tuned! This video gives an in-depth view into one of my first outings with my fellow Fulbright ETA's in Jalan Alor. KL is an interesting city and you guys will receive a candid glimpse at how I navigate it on my first couple of days here, awkward moments and all lol. I hope you like it!

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                • Teach For America: Journey into Health Former AMSA President Liz Wiley's Story


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                  Dr. Liz Wiley talks about her journey through Teach For America and into the healthcare field. Liz was a 2002 Teach for America-Detroit corps member and immediate past president of the American Medical Student Association. Liz is a graduate of the George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. and is currently a resident at the University of Maryland in Baltimore. A native of Nashville, Liz received a B.A. in philosophy and women’s studies from Smith College. After two years teaching middle school in Detroit with Teach for America, she earned both a J.D. and M.P.H. in health policy from the University of Michigan. Prior to beginning medical school, Liz spent a year in Norway conducting health policy research with the generous support of a Fulbright grant. She has previously been a member of the National Resident Matching Program’s Board of Directors and the AMSA Foundation’s Board of Directors. She currently serves on AMSA’s Board of Trustees, the Supervising Council of the International Federation of Medical Students' Associations, and the Executive Board of the World Medical Association's Junior Doctors Network. Committed to primary care, Liz aspires to a career as a physician advocate.

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                  • Fulbright Forum - May 24, 2013 - Joanne Cho


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                    Cultural and Social Influences on South Korea’s Suicide Epidemic Research Summary: South Korea is a country unlike any other, having gone through extremely rapid economic, social and political changes at a speed never before seen in history. Education, technology and economy in particular have flourished, making South Korea among the wealthiest, most educated and technologically advanced countries in the world. However, cultural and social attitudes and beliefs have not been able to match the speed of modernization, giving birth to a multitude of social problems that have risen as a result. Among these, suicide in particular has increased at alarming rates in recent years, particularly among the younger population, resulting in South Korea now having one of the highest rates in the world. In order to understand this problem, one must begin by developing a strong understanding of the economic, historical, social, and most importantly, cultural influences behind South Korea’s suicide epidemic. Upon arriving in Seoul, Joanne began collaborating with professors from various universities throughout Korea in departments ranging from public health and cultural anthropology to clinical and social psychology. With their guidance, she started interviewing study participants as well as professionals currently conducting research on suicide in South Korea. Through these interviews and her own individual studies into Korea’s history, society and culture, Joanne began establishing a groundwork understanding of the issues surrounding suicide. She has been focusing in particular on how cultural and historical influences have shaped modern Korean society, and how these in turn affect social and familial relationships as well as attitudes regarding mental health. In addition, she has been studying the hypercompetitive educational and employment systems which have become a major source of stress and pressure in Korea today. Joanne hopes to come up with a two level solution to the suicide issue: one that can be implemented at the policy level, and a micro level solution that can be employed by individuals. Biography: Joanne Jeeyoung Cho began college as a violin performance major, but eventually graduated with a B.A. in Philosophy in 2006 from the University of California, Los Angeles. She then entered graduate school at the University of Southern California where she received a Masters of Public Health in 2009 with a concentration in Health Promotion and Education. She has since continued to conduct research in various public health topics, focusing mostly on issues related to cancer, tobacco and childhood obesity, while also serving on staff at the USC Department of Preventive Medicine and the UCLA Department of Neurosurgery. Upon completion of her Fulbright grant, Joanne will begin medical school this fall, where she hopes to continue researching health related topics with strong cultural and social implications and influences.

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                    • The Project


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