A record number four American Resource Center (ARC) Grants have been awarded in 2017 due to the exceptionally high quality of applications this year. The selection panel consisted of Counselor for Press and Cultural Affairs T.J. Grubisha, U.S. Embassy; Executive Director Terhi Mölsä from the Fulbright Finland Foundation; and Assistant Public Affairs Officer Ethan Tabor, U.S. Embassy. The ARC received a number of applications representing six universities across Finland. More information about the grant is available at the American Resource Center page.
The recipients of the 2017 ARC Grants are:
Ms. Emilia Lehtonen (University of Helsinki), Master’s Thesis Title: Transfer of Business to the USA and its Tax Implications – The Private Equity Fund’s Perspective
Mr. Tuomas Lieskivi (University of Turku), Master’s Thesis Title: Made in America – America-related Representations and Author-positions in Articles of Suomen Kuvalehti in 2016
Ms. Tinja Nieminen (University of Jyväskylä), Master’s Thesis Title: The Feminist Voice of Hip-hop? – Negotiating Alternative Identities in Contemporary American Hip-hop
Mr. Ilmari Reunamäki (University of Tampere), Master’s Thesis Title: The Mentality of an American Civil War Soldier in the Wartime Letters