USA Fellows Making Advances in Brain Studies

  • christopher nowinski

In 2011, Dr. Michael Farrell invited Christopher Nowinski, ’11, USA, to speak at Beaumont Hospital in Dublin on his brain study program at Boston University’s Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy. Farrell is one of two neuropathologists in Ireland, and Nowinski asked him to try to replicate Boston University’s work. (Nowinski blogged about it at the time of his travels.)   Now,... Read More

Jamaican Fellow Appointed to Consulate in Africa

  • earle taylor

In April, Dr. Earle Taylor, ’82, Jamaica, was selected by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade of Jamaica to be the Honorary Consul in Namibia, based in Windhoek. Read More

Vietnamese Fellow Strengthens Connections

  • nguyen thanh vinh

Nguyen Thanh Vinh, ’13, Vietnam, maintains a bond with the other Eisenhower Fellows in his 2013 Southeast Asia Regional Program cohort. Over the past few months, he has welcomed Rathapol Bhakdibhumi from Thailand, John Toh from Malaysia, as well as Vietnamese Fellows Dr. Mai Huu Tin, Thao Griffiths, Bich Hoang Ngoc. The Vietnamese alumni group continues to organize the unConference in Hanoi... Read More

George de Lama named President of Eisenhower Fellowships

  • Carrie & George de Lama

On May 15th, 2014, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Eisenhower Fellowships, General Colin L. Powell, USA (Ret), announced that George de Lama will serve as the organization’s tenth president effective August 4, 2014. A distinguished journalist, international development official and digital media executive, Mr. de Lama brings extensive senior management and global experience to the position.... Read More

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