News & Events

Fulbright Alumni Concert

June 25, 2015, the U.S. Embassy in Luxembourg hosted Charles de Bourcy, a Fulbright Science and Technology fellow from 2012, to perform several piano pieces from Chopin and Liszt. Charles de Bourcy holds awards and recogintions for his piano performances both from the U.S. and from Luxembourg. He is currently working on his PhD in ...
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Lycée Technique Agricole Presentation on June 8, 2015

On June 8, 2015, Jack Bobo, senior advisor on biotechnology and global food policy to the U.S. State Department, visited Lycée Technique Agricole in Ettelbruck, Luxembourg to speak to the students, teachers and the headmaster. Lycée Technique Agricole is the only high school in Luxembourg that offers programs in agriculture, horticulture, mechanics, and environmental science. ...
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World Environment Day

On June 5, Luxembourg high school students attended a special event celebrating World Environment Day 2015. After a very interesting panel discussion with Luxembourg Government official, University of Luxembourg scientists and US representative of Agriculture and Trade, students got to plant a symbolic tree on the Embassy compounds as well as take back a baby ...
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Youth Environment Video Awards

 US Embassy Luxembourg launched its Youth Environment Video Contest in June of 2015, on World Environment Day. The response from local students was impressive, and the Embassy received 15 videos from 27 students representing six different schools. The video contest viewing and awards ceremony took place on Thursday, January 28, 2016 at Ciné Utopia in ...
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LGBT Pride Month Flag Raising

On May 29, 2015 President Obama issued a Presidential Proclamation declaring the month of June as LGBT Pride Month, 2015. Like many U.S. Embassies around World, the U.S. Embassy in Luxembourg raised an LGTB flag today on its premises to celebrate LGBT Pride Month 2015. Together with the U.S. National flag, the LGBT flag will ...
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