The Fulbright Association is accepting public diplomacy-based proposals for its 2019 Annual Conference: "Connecting Minds and Hearts for Global Change" to be held October 24-26 in Washington, D.C.
Researchers at all levels are welcome to submit and need not be current Fulbright grantees or alumni. The Association includes a one-time annual membership ($70 value) as part of the conference registration fee for non-members; presenters must be or become a member to present.
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