The worldwide Fulbright Program adopts a new logo.
In preparation for the reunification of North and South Korea, KAEC establishes a grant program specifically for North Korean Defectors wishing to complete advanced studies in the U.S.
Fulbright in Korea’s Future: A 60th Anniversary Commemorative History is published. Multiple events, including a reception, symposium, conference, and gala banquet, are held in honor of the program’s 60th anniversary.
“Cross-Cultural Visions,” a traveling art exhibition featuring the work of U.S. and Korean Fulbright alumni is hosted in Seoul, New York, and Washington, D.C. in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the Fulbright Program in Korea.
U.S. Ambassador to Korea Stephen Bosworth hosts a reception to mark the 50th anniversary of the Fulbright Program in Korea.
With the support of Korean Fulbright alumni, KAEC purchases and relocates to its current headquarters, the Fulbright Building. U.S. Ambassador to Korea Stephen Bosworth attends the opening ceremony for the building in January 2000.
The 40th anniversary of the Fulbright Program in Korea is celebrated at the Seoul Intercontinental Hotel. Senator Fulbright and his wife, Harriet Mayor Fulbright, are in attendance.
Senator Fulbright and his wife, Harriet Mayor Fulbright, visit Korea to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the Fulbright Program in Korea. While in Seoul, Senator and Mrs. Fulbright meet President Roh Tae-woo.
The Korean Fulbright Alumni Association is founded as the global Fulbright Program celebrates its 40th anniversary.
In order to provide academic support services necessary to promote educational and cultural exchange, KAEC partners with Educational Testing Services (ETS) to administer the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).