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Andrássy Fellow Miklós K Lázár, Atlanticist Fellow Anna Juhos, Széll Kálmán Fellow Dorka Takácsy, Andrássy Fellow Krisztián Jójárt, Atlanticist Fellow Fanni Virág, Széll Kálmán Fellow Zoltán Szücs, HIF Director Anna Smith Lacey, CIP interns Balázs Kiss and Konrád Ferenczy

HIF Board Members and Fellows Join Hungarian American Coalition for Annual Mikulas Dinner

On November 30, more than 100 members of the Hungarian American community attended the traditional Mikulás Dinner hosted by Ambassador Dr. László Szabó at the Embassy of Hungary. HIF Chairman of the Board Ambassador April Foley, HIF Board Members Edith Lauer, Governor George Pataki, and HIF Executive Director Anna Smith Lacey took part in the Hungarian […]

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Meet 2018 HIF Graduate Scholarship Recipient, Gábor Márki

This semester, Gábor Márki began studying toward a Master of International Affairs at the Austin W. Marxe School at Baruch College in New York. He has been selected from a distinguished pool of applicants, to join the College with a Marxe Excellence Scholarship. Baruch College, ranking  #1 in social mobility for the fourth year in […]

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Call for Applications: 2019 Summer Széll Kálmán Public Policy Fellowship 

Call for Applications 2019 Summer Széll Kálmán Public Policy Fellowship  Application Deadline – January 15, 2019 Applications are now open for the 2019 Summer Széll Kálmán Public Policy Fellowship – a full scholarship for students from Hungary to participate in The Fund for American Studies summer programs in Washington DC. The two month summer program includes an internship placement in Washington DC, academic […]

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Hungarian National Dance Ensemble Steals Hearts Across America

2018 HIF Cultural Ambassador of the Year Hungarian National Dance Ensemble performed an exclusive dance and music show for over 5,000 people to commemorate the spirit of the 1848 Hungarian Revolution against oppression of the Austrian, Habsburg Monarchy and to celebrate the vibrant and energetic folklore of the Hungarians in the Carpathian Basin. The Ensemble’s […]

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Introducing Hungarian American Coalition Last 2018 CIP Intern Konrád Ferenczy

Konrád Ferenczy from Budapest, Hungary arrived to Washington this fall and will spend 4 months at the Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development. With HIF’s support, the Hungarian American Coalition’s Internship Program will be hosting eight interns in 2018 to provide first-hand experience at various Washington-based institutions. Internship participants are also expected to complete a […]

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