News & Events

Applications for the 2019 Benjamin Franklin Summer Institute at Purdue University

We are now accepting applications for the 2019 Benjamin Franklin Summer Institute at Purdue University   The Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellows Initiative (BFTI) fosters relationships between young Europeans and Americans, and explores shared values.  The four-week program enables participants to learn about U.S. priorities such as support for democracy and civil society, increasing economic prosperity, and ...
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The Embassy Promotes the Work of Women Creators in Music

As part of Embassy activities to highlight women creators, the Cultural Section participated in a recital of works by U.S. and Spanish female composers at the International Institute on Wednesday, November 21.  Featured were historical composers Amy Beach, María Rodrigo, and Eugenia Osterberger and contemporary composers belonging to the New York Women Composers Association, the ...
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Students of Communication from the European University of Madrid Return to the Embassy

Students of Communication from the European University of Madrid return to the Embassy. After a first visit in which the Embassy explained to the students the objectives, priorities and ways of working in the Public Diplomacy Section, the students returned to tell us what they have been working on during these past weeks and presented ...
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Embassy Economic Officer Elliot Carmean Discusses U.S.-Spanish Relations at the University of Valencia

On November 19, Embassy Economic Officer Elliot Carmean and faculty members of the of Economics Department at the University of Valencia discussed U.S.-Spanish relations and a range of issues with students, professors, and professional economists from Valencia.  The group shared views on the role of the United States in the world, including trade and international ...
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