« I really do love the experiences in France and value them greatly. »

Jay Baltisberger, US Researcher, 2001-2002 Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon (ENS-Lyon) I went to France to study NMR spectroscopy with Lyndon Emsley at the ENS-Lyon. I was impressed at the degree of diversity in his lab and made many friends. The work was productive until I had to leave early for my wife’s health (lymphoma)… Lire la suite « I really do love the experiences in France and value them greatly. »

Entre mécanique des fluides et blog de dessin, le séjour bien rempli de Faustine Gomand

Faustine Gomand, France Doctorante, 2018 University of Wisconsin-Madison En parallèle de son projet universitaire, « Modélisation des interactions adhésives entre bactéries et composants alimentaires » à l’University of Wisconsin-Madison, Faustine Gomand a aussi entamé la rédaction d’un blog de dessins sur ses aventures américaines, et notamment ses aventures new-yorkaises, ayant effectué les deux derniers mois… Lire la suite Entre mécanique des fluides et blog de dessin, le séjour bien rempli de Faustine Gomand

« Our exchange [was] successful »

Sandra Reynold, US Exchange Teacher, 2002 Lycée Charles Baudelaire Assistant Professor of French, Raritan Valley Community College I was an exchange teacher to Annecy, France in 2002-2003. I took my 2 children aged 8 and 11. They had had no prior exposure to French but spoke Spanish well since my then husband was Salvadoran. He also… Lire la suite « Our exchange [was] successful »

« It changed my perspective on everything »

Richard Coupe, US 2014-2015 University of Strasbourg “I always thought that I have sympathy for immigrants who come to the US, but I still resented their seemingly inability or lack of wanting to learn English. For god sakes they came to this country the first thing they should do is learn English. But, the first… Lire la suite « It changed my perspective on everything »

« I have an entire life in France (I consider myself half French), which never would have existed without the Franco-American Fulbright Commission. »

Robin Brewer, US Advanced Student, 2001-2002 Engineering Institut National des Sciences Appliquées (INSA-Lyon) « The Changing Microstructure of Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene » There were a lot of unexpected things that happened during my Fulbright, but the least expected (for me) was that I would meet my future husband. I did not entertain a single thought… Lire la suite « I have an entire life in France (I consider myself half French), which never would have existed without the Franco-American Fulbright Commission. »

« My time in Grenoble as a Fulbright Scholar was a highlight of my career. »

Arthur Rodgers, US Researcher, 2009-2010 Université Grenoble I, Joseph Fourier « Improved Understanding of the Effects of Surface Topography on Earthquake Ground Motion in the Grenoble Basin » My time in Grenoble as a Fulbright Scholar was a highlight of my career. Professionally I enjoyed a productive 7 months of focused work in a supportive and stimulating… Lire la suite « My time in Grenoble as a Fulbright Scholar was a highlight of my career. »