What can current U.S. Fulbright Scholars and Fellows tell us after 9 months of immersion into all things Icelandic? How is their work impacting Iceland-US relations? Seven U.S. Fulbrighters will discuss their work and experiences in Iceland this year, from aluminum production processing to Arctic policy evolution, with an introduction from Fulbright Iceland Executive Director, Belinda Theriault.
The event will held live in Reykjavik, and live-streamed on Zoom and Facebook Live.
Registration: Please register at [email protected] if you plan to come in person.
Zoom Stream: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81972988847
Speakers & Agenda
- Welcome and Closing Remarks: Belinda Theriault Executive Director, Fulbright Iceland
- Brittaney Key Fulbright Fellow, M.A. Interdisciplinary Studies - Community Planning in Rural and Remote Communities
- Bethany Bronkema Fulbright Fellow, Life Cycle Assessment of Iceland's Aluminum Production Process using Inert Metal Anodes
- Sydney Fox Fulbright Fellow, Atmospheric Fallout of Microplastics: Procedures for Collection and Analysis of Samples
- Erik Maher Fulbright-MoC Fellow, Icelandic as a Second Language
- Meghan Orman Fulbright-NSF Arctic Research Fellow, Developing Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors in Early Childhood
- Dr. Áslaug Ásgeirsdóttir Fulbright-NSF Arctic Scholar, Evolution of Arctic Policy and its Impact on Priorities in the Arctic Council
- Dr. Tenley Banik Fulbright-NSF Arctic Scholar, Exploring Connections Between Bedrock Geology and Atlantic Cod Populations in the Westfjords