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HIF Scholarship Recipient Botond Feledy Participates at American Political Science Association’s Annual Conference

The American Political Science Association’s 2017 Teaching and Learning Conference (TLC) focused on promoting greater understanding of how to create an engaging environment for all students in the classroom. This year, the main track themes address issues of civic engagement, core curriculum and general education, the inclusive classroom, innovative subfield strategies, the Socratic method, and […]

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László Stachó at the New York Memorial Concert

HIF Scholarship Recipient László Stachó Presents at Prestigious Music Educator Showcase

This year more than 100,000 music professionals from around the globe gathered for the industry’s annual “family reunion,” resulting in the largest show in the 115-year history of NAMM, or National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM).  Few Hungarians make it to the NAMM Show, but this year, László Stachó, Senior Lecturer at the Liszt Academy of […]

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SPSA Attila Farkas

HIF Scholarship Recipient Attila Farkas Presents at Southern Political Science Association’s Annual Conference

I am very grateful for HIF’s support. It was truly amazing experience. – Attila Farkas  The Southern Political Science Association is one of the oldest and largest political science organizations in the United States. SPSA’s annual meeting, which was held from January 12 – 14, 2017 in New Orleans, Louisiana, is one of the largest gatherings of […]

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Memory Project Builds Largest Archive of Hungarian Immigrant Stories

Early in 2015, Andrea Lauer Rice (author and multimedia producer) and Réka Pigniczky (journalist and documentary filmmaker) founded the Memory Project: Hungarian American Visual History Archive. To date, they have traveled to 14 locations in the United States, Germany and Hungary and have conducted 90 interviews with Hungarian immigrants to the United States following the defeat […]

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