Remarks by Chargé d’Affaires Degnan at University of Trento

With fewer professors, there are fewer degree opportunities for graduate students which mean that fewer students pursue academic careers in American Studies. Equally important, it means that fewer students have the opportunity to learn about American history and literature since fewer courses are being taught by academic experts…it’s a vicious circle. Read More»

Consular Outreach in the Dolomites

On Sunday, December 4, Vice Consul Heather Beggs traveled to Pinzolo in Val Rendena, West of Trento, to meet with 35 American citizens living in the region. The Vice Mayor of Pinzolo and Mayor of Giustino (both Italian-American dual nationals) attended, with a short appearance by the Mayor of Pinzolo. Hosted by our local warden, ... Read More»

International “Space Forum” in Trento

On October 23 and 24, the Economic Officer of the Consulate, Adam Leff, traveled to Trento for the 2016 International Space Forum. Ministries of Science, Universities, Space Agencies, and International Organizations from 36 countries (including the U.S.) participated in the Forum. The U.S. delegation included Doctor Ellen Stofan, NASA Chief Scientist, Tim Tawney, NASA Representative ... Read More»
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