September-October Issue of Zoom in on America

The September-October 2017 issue of Zoom in on America is about the famous expedition of Lewis and Clark at the beginning of the 19th century. If traveling West in today’s America – where every hill, mountain, creek and valley has been measured, photographed and inspected by scientists – can arouse admiration, let us imagine what it ...
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May-June Zoom in on America

American photographer Gordon Parks (1912-2006) began his career in Farm Security Administration, and then worked for „Vogue” and „Life” magazines. Apart from photography, he was a film director, and a writer. His artistic motto was: “I Use My Camera as a Weapon”. This issue of Zoom in on America is about his life and the ...
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February Zoom in on America

Are Americans a mobile nation? We are trying to answer this question in an interview with an American student. You will also find an article on MOVies about MOVing. The February issue (PDF 1,37 Mb) Read more  about Zoom in on America  All past issues of Zoom in on America.
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January Zoom in on America

The January issue of Zoom in on America is devoted to the Kennedy Space Center. An hour drive east of Orlando, Florida there is a 34-mile long and roughly six-mile wide area, covering 219 square miles that is visited, on average, by 1.5 million visitors per year. It is called the Kennedy Space Center, but more than tourism it ...
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November Zoom in on America

The November issue of Zoom in on America features Colorado, “The Centennial State.” The origins of the name and nickname of the state are explained alongside other interesting facts about Colorado, the Capitol building, the ancient dwelling place – Messa Verde and many other.  You will find a little Colorado quiz and Activity Page with Reading ...
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Krakow: Gymnasium and Lyceum students Compete in Zoom in on America Trivia Contest

More than 70 Gymnasium and Lyceum students ‎from Krakow and the area showed off their knowledge of the United States during recent trivia contests held at the Pedagogical University in Krakow.  Gymnasium No. 52 beat out a dozen other junior high schools in Krakow on November 14, while Senior High School No. 2 won the contest ...
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September Issue of Zoom in on America

The September issue of Zoom in on America is about Jesse Owens, America’s greatest track and field athlete. The latest issue   (PDF 1,65 Mb).   Read more  about Zoom in on America  All past issues of Zoom in on America.    
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Robert Dawson Presentation in Warsaw: The Global Library Project

On July 25th, U.S. Photographer Robert Dawson, Professor of Photography at Stanford University, had an enthusiastically received presentation of his Global Library Project: A Photographic Essay at Warsaw’s Main Public Library and the future host the upcoming American Corner Warsaw. The audience consisted of close to 80 Polish librarians, photographers and Warsaw libraries patrons. PAO Christopher Midura ...
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New Issue of Zoom in on America

The July-August 2016 issue of Zoom in on America is about summer work. Many students in America decide to take a job during the summer. There is also a program for international students who want to work and travel in the USA during their holidays. The latest issue   (PDF 1,97 Mb).   Read more  about Zoom in on America  ...
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My America: Summer Work Travel Photo Contest 2016

A NEW EDITION OF “MY AMERICA” PHOTO CONTEST U.S. Embassy Warsaw and U.S. Consulate General Krakow are pleased to announce a new edition of the “My America: Summer Work Travel Photo Contest.” We invite Summer Work Travel participants from Poland to submit photographs that highlight their experience in America. Photographs may focus on the natural ...
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Contests on Zoom in on America in Southern Poland

March and April are the months when trivia contests are held based on the material in the U.S. Consulate monthly publication Zoom in on America ( www.usinfo.pl/zoom ). This year’s contests were organized at the America@YourLibrary in Kielce, The John Paul II High School in Niepołomice, the American Corner in Wroclaw, the Jan Heweliusz High School ...
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Summer Work Travel Photo Exhibit Opens in Krakow

Consul General Walter Braunohler and Krakow Pedagogical University Deputy Rector Kazimierz Karolczak opened an impressive photographic exhibit showcasing the 25 finalist photos of the 2015 Summer Work Travel Photo (SWT) Contest, which U.S. Consulate Krakow and U.S. Embassy Warsaw jointly organized in fall 2015.  The opening gathered over 200 university students and faculty.  The aim of ...
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Consulate Krakow: Pol/Econ Officer Andrew Caruso Speaks at Tarnobrzeg School

Political-Economic Officer Andrew Caruso gave a speech on New York City to middle-school students who participated in the Manhattan: 3 Dimensions competition in Tarnobrzeg, south-east Poland.  The February 4th event marked the end of a school semester-long competition covering three disciplines: information and multimedia, art and geography, and literature.  The contest originated by a teacher of ...
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Warsaw PAO Visits American Corner in Katowice

On Monday, December 14, Warsaw PAO Christopher Midura visited the American Corner in Katowice and learned about the variety of programs the Corner offers its wide audience, which includes university students as well as children. The American Corner organizes a variety of events, including public readings, film screenings, speaker programs, workshops, video-conferences and exhibits, and ...
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