Les Etats-Unis vus par des enfants (ou les petites choses qui comptent vraiment)

Si partir en famille aux Etats Unis peut sembler relativement courant, la vision du « décalage culturel » n’est pas la même du point de vue des enfants. Pendant les premiers jours d’adaptation après notre arrivée, nous avons demandé à nos enfants ce qu’ils trouvaient différent ici. Les premières réponses concernent – évidemment ou non – leur… Lire la suite Les Etats-Unis vus par des enfants (ou les petites choses qui comptent vraiment)

A Virtual Rendez-Vous for Geoscience Research Around the North Atlantic

J.P. Walsh, 2016-17 Fulbright-Nouvelle Aquitaine Research Scholar While scientists in Europe enjoy their afternoon tea or café, North American researchers are beginning their day with a favorite beverage, maybe a Starbucks or Tim Horton’s coffee. We are thousands of kilometers apart, yet many of us are working on similar or related science. To be successful… Lire la suite A Virtual Rendez-Vous for Geoscience Research Around the North Atlantic

My journey as an ETA: from Argenteuil to Berlin

Parisa Sadeghi, Fulbright ETA Lycée Julie-Victoire Daubié, Argenteuil The Paris ETAs are a lively bunch, and whenever we get together, a correspondingly lively discussion/debate inevitably ensues. But there is one thing someone seems to mention every time and on which we always agree: our time here has absolutely flown by. With our teaching responsibilities and… Lire la suite My journey as an ETA: from Argenteuil to Berlin

Berlin Seminar

Kate Heaton ETA Lycée Albert Schweitzer   Imagine an occasion to exchange thoughts, ideas, stories, and adventures with five hundred and seventy talented Fulbrighters from across Europe. From discussion groups to performances to kaffee and kuchen connections are created. Intriguing personal and academic conversations flow in between organized events and continue until late at night.… Lire la suite Berlin Seminar