Charlene Schuessler;

On Thursday 7 October 2021 the U.S. Embassy in Luxembourg announced that Charlene Schuessler is replacing Will Bakker as EducationUSA Advisor at the US Embassy in Luxembourg.
The Chargé d’Affaires at the US Embassy in Luxembourg, Casey Mace, confirmed that Charlene Schuessler has been named as the new EducationUSA advisor to Luxembourg. Ms. Schuessler has a strong background in higher education, cultural exchange and study abroad programmes, and looks forward to collaborating with a range of Luxembourg educational institutions, scholars and their parents to support students interested in studying in the United States. 
EducationUSA is a U.S. Department of State network of over 430 international student advising centres in more than 175 countries and territories, including Luxembourg. The network promotes U.S. higher education to students around the world by offering accurate, comprehensive and current information about opportunities to study abroad at accredited Universities, colleges and postsecondary institutions in the United States.   
After 15 years working at the US Embassy in Luxembourg, Stephanie Shaheen has taken up a new position as Associate Director at Miami University in Differdange, Luxembourg

The US Embassy will co-host the Benelux Virtual College Fair with EducationUSA Advisors in Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands on 13 October from 17:00 - 21:00. The virtual programme, which replaces the popular Luxembourg College Night event, will provide students interested in studying abroad in the United States unparalleled one-on-one access to representatives from over 30 U.S. colleges and universities and American-accredited universities in Europe. Attendance at the fair is free for students, families and teachers/counsellors, but pre-registration is required. 
The primary audience for the event is secondary school students, including those in their last year of studies (“seniors”) who are preparing to submit applications to U.S. universities as well as younger students who are beginning to consider their post-secondary school options. Most of the representatives represent undergraduate programmes but can also answer basic questions about graduate enrolment at their institutions. 
For details of the event, see