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Change Tunisia and the World through music: the mission of Amal, a talented young Tunisian violoncellist

Amal Ben Saad is a 24 years old Tunisian musician that plays cello for the National Tunisian Symphony Orchestra. She has a passion for this instrument and for music that she has been carrying since her childhood. Amal, when in … Continue reading

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Schlumberger Foundation Fellowship: Tunisian Women preparing for PhD or Post-Doc in physical sciences or engineering are eligible!

The Faculty for the Future Fellowships are used to support women from developing and emerging economies in pursuing a PhD or Post-Doc with the ultimate aim to return to their home country as a professor or researcher. The Foundation is … Continue reading

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Khalil Zayani: A young Tunisian painter who believes in a borderless world

Khalil Zayani is a young, ambitious Tunisian painter who, although based in Tunisia, believes in a borderless world for his peers. Khalil teaches young Tunisians through workshops how to better communicate through painting which he believes is a universal language. … Continue reading

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Nesserine: a young creative Tunisian woman inspiring all of us!

Nesserine is a Tunisian graduate student at Texas A&M. She studies architecture. Nesserine created a wall for her fellow university students to help them think about their life goal. Nessrine expresses her motivation and source of inspiration saying: “I did … Continue reading

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TCC: Educating Tunisians and the international community about Tunisia’s debt situation

The Ibn Khaldun Institute, as part of the Tunisian Community Center, is engaged toward educating the world about Tunisia’s debt situation in the aftermath of the Revolution. Mondher Smida, the director of the Ibn Khaldun Institute and a proud member … Continue reading

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Tunisian Dialect spoken in Texas: The “Tunisian Table” by Safouene Mili

  Safouene Mili is a Fullbright Foreign language Teaching Assistant who came to the U.S. at The University of Texas at Austin to teach Arabic for one academic year. From his own initiative, he started the “Tunisian Table” which is a … Continue reading

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The 2013 Tunisian American Day at The University of Texas at Austin

  Reserve your seats!  http://www.tunisiancommunity.org

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STeLA Forum 2013: future Tunisia leaders, don’t miss the opportunity to learn and grow…apply now!

Dear student, Are you ambitious? Do you have the answers? Can you cooperate and lead? Are you part of the next generation of world leaders? Then join the STeLA international leadership forum! What is STeLA? Each year the Science and Technology Leadership Association organizes an international … Continue reading

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This year, the Tunisian American Day is in Austin, Texas!!

The Tunisian American Day will take place at The University of Texas at Austin on June 1st. 

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TECHGirls – Tunisian young girls, you can come to the U.S. and become Technology leaders in your schools!

Teenage secondary school students are invited to apply for participation in the 2013 TechGirls program. The program will bring teenage girls, ages 15-17, from select countries in the Middle East and North Africa to the United States in June-July 2013 … Continue reading

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