Fulbright Korea Alumni Relations Newsletter, Volume 2 Issue 2
In This Issue
- Building Bridges
- Urban Pioneers: Fulbrighters in Sejong
- Where Are They Now?
- Painting A Brighter Tomorrow: North Korean Defector Conference in Daegu
- Korean Education: Student Perspectives
- Photo Contest
- 3rd Annual Black History Month Festival
The Black History Month Festival, originally held in Daegu, will be held this year in Seoul on February 27th, 2016. Diving into the theme “I am more than my skin,” the festival will explore music, talent, and practices rooted in Black culture through various workshops and performances.
Winter 2015 Stateside Gatherings
Fulbright Korea alumni across the country are getting together this winter to catch up with old friends, make new connections, and find out what’s new with the program. Meet-ups have already happened in San Diego, Denver, and Boston, with more in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Seattle to come! If you live in the area or are passing through, please join your fellow alumni for a fun night of Fulbright Korea memories. For more information, contact us.
- Tracing the Transformation of Pyeongchang: Their Quest for Revitalization, Yung-Ju Kim
January 22nd, 2016
- The Impact of the WCC’s 10th General Assembly upon Orthodox Public Theology in Korea, Perry Hamalis
February 19th, 2016
- Invisibility Becoming Visible: Disability Rights Movement Advancements, Symone Gosby
March 11th, 2016
- Lost Baggage II: A Documentary, Changhee Chun
April 22nd, 2016
All Junior Researcher forums are held on the 6th floor of the Fulbright Building in Seoul.
For a full list of the Fulbright Forum Series, click here.