Many U.S. universities have chaplains who engage students in dialogues, organize service projects and help out in times of personal crisis.
First lady Melania Trump, a former international model, speaks several languages and is involved in various causes. Learn new facts about her.
The Bakewell Ottoman Garden, part of the Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis, recreates the great gardening traditions of the Ottoman Empire.
Arab Americans constitute about 1 percent of the U.S. population, but they've made important contributions to science, the arts and many other disciplines.
Newly selected Rhodes Scholar Jory Fleming is the most honored student in the University of South Carolina’s 215-year history. He is also autistic.
The indigenous Cañari of Ecuador are determined to preserve their way of life. Fulbright scholars are helping the Cañari keep their traditions alive.
Elbert Ransom has advocated for civil rights since he was 17, the age at which he met a 24-year-old Martin Luther King Jr. in Montgomery, Alabama.
When she blasts off in May 2018, Jeanette Epps will make history as the first African-American crew member on the International Space Station.
Griff Davis was a photographer, journalist and diplomat when both African countries and African Americans were struggling toward greater freedom.