News

When Jelena Jevtic first heard about the U.N. Youth Assembly, she wasn’t sure if she should apply.

Read More

"When I was 11, I remember waking up one morning to the sound of joy in my house. My father was listening to BBC News on his small, gray radio. There was a big smile on his face, which was unusual then, because the news mostly depressed him. "The Taliban are gone!" my father shouted. I didn't know what it meant, but I could see that my father was very, very happy."

Read More

Officials are hopeful about an uptick in Americans attending university in Belarus, following a three-day education workshop.

Read More

This year’s Top 30 Under 30 Ukrainian Leaders includes politicians, entrepreneurs, athletes, and two Future Leaders Exchange Program alumni.

Read More

Ulukbek Abdubaliev, a 2015 fellow in the U.S.-Central Asia Education Foundation Enterprise Student Fellowship Program, is part of the team that won the Smart Civis competition. The contest is hosted by the nonprofit, The Common Good, and is open to students at Italian universities...

The Kyrgyzstan native entered while he was on an Erasmus exchange semester in Milan through his master's program.

There were about 100 other entries in the competition and Mr. Abdubaliev said it wasn’t until they arrived at the awards ceremony that they believed their MI-Care health card concept had a chance.
“We knew that [our idea] was not something that was innovative,” he said. “But at the same time it was something that Milan really needed.”

Read More

Pages