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  • A Summer Well Spent – Széll Kálmán Fellows Make Their Mark in DC

    A Summer Well Spent – Széll Kálmán Fellows Make Their Mark in DC

    Ilona Schumicky, Noémi Pálfalvi, and Márton Hegedüs, this year’s first batch of Széll Kálmán Fellows really made us proud this summer. They have gone above and beyond to excel in their studies, at their internships and to spread some Hungarian cheer among their peers. Here’s a short recap about their …Read More »
  • TFAS Conference on The Future of Liberty + Leadership

    TFAS Conference on The Future of Liberty + Leadership

    This year’s The Future of Liberty + Leadership Conference hosted by one of HIF’s partner institutions, The Fund for American Studies, was an opportunity to hear from alumni who are involved in educating for liberty around the globe. The two day conference in Washington DC featured a panel moderated by Shane M. …Read More »
  • United States and Central Europe: Celebrating Europe Whole and Free (recap)

    United States and Central Europe: Celebrating Europe Whole and Free (recap)

    The Atlantic Council in cooperation with GLOBSEC hosted a two day conference this week in Washington highlighting the importance of Central Europe as engines of the transatlantic relationship. HIF Chairman Ambassador April Foley, Board Member Ambassador Kurt Volker and Executive Director Anna Smith Lacey were featured in the robust program …Read More »
  • Introducing Hungarian American Coalition Fourth 2019 LTP Intern Flóra Anna Adouki

    Introducing Hungarian American Coalition Fourth 2019 LTP Intern Flóra Anna Adouki

    Flóra Anna Adouki from Nagymegyer (Veľký Meder), Slovakia arrived to Washington this spring and will spend 4 months at the Atlantic Council. With HIF’s support, the Hungarian American Coalition’s John N. Lauer Leadership Training Program (formerly Coalition Internship Program) will be hosting seven interns in 2019 to provide first-hand experience at various Washington-based institutions. …Read More »
  • Zebegény Alumni Gathering Brings Together Quinnipiac and HIF Alumni

    Zebegény Alumni Gathering Brings Together Quinnipiac and HIF Alumni

     On June 1, 2019 Quinnipiac University’s Central European Institute (CEI) and The Hungary Initiatives Foundation (HIF) co-hosted the Zebegény Alumni Summit. This event, for the first time, brought together the alumni of all Quinnipiac- and HIF-sponsored scholarships, internships and fellowships and our allies from the business, non-profit and government sector. For over a …Read More »
  • Introducing CEPA Andrássy Fellow Zsombor Zeöld

    Introducing CEPA Andrássy Fellow Zsombor Zeöld

    Zsombor Zeöld joined the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) in the summer of 2019 as the fourth Andrássy National Security Fellow. His research interests lie in the political and economic connections between Central Europe and the US.  Zsombor earned his Master of Arts in International Relations at Eötvös Loránd …Read More »
  • Meet Isabelle Colf, our Summer Intern

    Meet Isabelle Colf, our Summer Intern

    Every semester, HIF offers the opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to intern with the foundation gaining substantive work experience while enjoying the bustling life of the US capital. This spring HIF is hosting Isabelle Colf of Loyola New Orleans College of Law. Isabelle Colf is a Hungarian-American second year …Read More »
  • Introducing Széll Kálmán Public Policy Fellow Márton Hegedüs

    Introducing Széll Kálmán Public Policy Fellow Márton Hegedüs

    Márton Hegedüs arrived in DC in early June for his eight-week internship as part of the summer program of The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) supported by the Hungary Initiatives Foundation. Márton is in the Public Policy and Economics program and has an elective course in Ethical Leadership. This summer, …Read More »
  • Meet Széll Kálmán Public Policy Fellow Noémi Pálfalvi

    Meet Széll Kálmán Public Policy Fellow Noémi Pálfalvi

    Since her arrival in DC in early June as part of the summer program of The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) supported by the Hungary Initiatives Foundation, Noémi Pálfalvi has discovered a vibrant, livable city. Noémi will spend eight weeks as an intern at the Religious Freedom Institute (RFI). There, …Read More »
  • Meet Széll Kálmán Public Policy Fellow Ilona Schumicky

    Meet Széll Kálmán Public Policy Fellow Ilona Schumicky

    Ilona Schumicky arrived in DC from Hungary to take part in the summer program of The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) in the framework of the Széll Kálmán Fellowship. This summer, Ilona will be working for the Media Research Center’s CNS news division while attending the Economic and Public Policy …Read More »