Demonstrating the power of a free press
Several reporters from Africa recently visited the U.S. through the Murrow program to learn more about how independent media outlets operate.
Exchanging ideas to expand vocational education worldwide
College administrators from several nations visited the U.S. to exchange ideas about how to connect students to employers.
Bringing a taste of Africa to the U.S. Midwest
A native of Somalia who operates restaurants in Minnesota inspired by African flavors won a small business award.
Asian American scientists who imagined a healthier world
Discoveries of Asian American researchers have contributed to advances that treat HIV/AIDS and protect millions from viruses like COVID-19.
Honoring human rights champion Andrei Sakharov
Prominent musicians will perform a benefit concert at Carnegie Hall in New York in honor of Andrei Sakharov, a respected Russian scientist.
U.S. colleges support students from Ukraine
Universities across the United States are offering scholarships to help Ukrainian students continue their studies.
Sharing in Notre Dame Cathedral’s revival
Learn how U.S. college students built a replica of part of Notre Dame Cathedral and learned traditional French building techniques.
Lending medical support to Ukraine
Learn how people across the U.S. are supplying Ukraine with medical supplies or expertise to aid the nation's recovery efforts.
Young leaders promote democracy at home
Meet activists from Kenya and Estonia who are advancing democracy in their home countries after participating in a U.S.-backed program.