The U.S. Embassy and the Polish-American Fulbright Commission will sponsor a conference on Perspectives in Polish – U.S. Academic Exchange, at the Warsaw University Library (ul. Dobra 56/60) on November 18th. The conference is part of International Education Week, announced by the State Department and EducationUSA program. The morning session is tailored to representatives of Polish universities, scholars and international relations offices, while the afternoon session to prospective Polish students. The conference will expand knowledge on the many possibilities of academic cooperation between the United States and Poland and will continue the dialogue on exchanges among universities and students from Poland and United States. Speakers will include Counselor for Press and Culture Lisa Helling; Cultural Attaché Chuck Ashley; a representative of the Consular Section of the Embassy; Dr. Donald C. Martin, the author of the ‘Road Map for Graduate Study’; current Fulbrighters (Polish and U.S. university professors and scholars) as well as a representative of The Kosciuszko Foundation and Fulbright Executive Director Andrzej Dakowski.
Various brochures, leaflets and publications on education in the US, scholarships and financial aid for international students will also be available.