The PowWow, usually the largest event organised by the Fulbright Alumni, aims to draw attention to our main goal: Fostering mutual understanding. Open to Fulbrighters and others, it centers around a topic of transatlantic interest, such as the roles of the U.S. and Europe after September 11, 2001 (cf. PowWow 2002). Taking place semi-annually, it always happens in different places, sometimes on a European scale in conjunction with other Fulbright Alumni Associations. The name "Pow Wow" comes from the American Indian term for an assembly.
Frequency: on average once every two years
Time of year: summer or early fall.