San Diego Chapter of the Fulbright Association

News & Updates

Virtual events fall 2020

We are excited to announce two upcoming virtual events:

2020 Vision of U.S.-Mexico border: Frontline Perspectives from Journalists and Researchers (Sept 24, 2pm-3:30pm)
Electing the President: Electoral College Vote and National Popular Vote (Oct 14th 6-7.30pm)

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Position Statement on Racism and Inequities

San Diego Chapter of Fulbright Association (SDCFA) is dedicated to fostering the ideals international exchange as a force for peace and inclusiveness among all residents in our community. We are scandalized and saddened by the slaying of George Perry Floyd, Jr. and...

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We are excited to announce the Virtual Fulbright Speaker Series!

We are initiating the Virtual Speaker Series with a world-renowned Infectious Disease Professor from the University of California San Diego, Dr. Robert T. Schooley, who will be presenting cutting-edge data on COVID-19 and suggestions for moving forward safely. Join us to hear current facts and pose questions to a renowned leader in the field of infectious diseases.

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Virtual events, a new blog, and more

Our local chapter is staying busy and planning virtual events that we hope to share with you soon. We will be establishing a SD Chapter Zoom account, funded through our national office, for our programs and virtual connections with alumni, grantees, and friends from...

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Information about COVID-19

Dear Fulbrighters, The following websites provide updated information about COVID-19, including how to protect oneself and others, and updates on the current situation in San Diego: WHO/World Health Organization CDC/Center for Disease Control and Prevention US...

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Cancellation of events due to COVID-19

In keeping with requests by public health officials regarding social gatherings, we are cancelling our planned San Diego Fulbright Chapter events for this academic year ending in May 2020. We anticipate that things will become more normalized for the Fall when we hope...

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