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Exhibits at Largest Hungarian Rural Settlement in the South Will Get a Fresh New Look

With the support of HIF, the Hungarian Settlement Historical Society in Árpádhon, Louisiana acquired new equipment and materials to enhance the exhibits at the Hungarian Settlement Museum. The Museum will be opened officially on September 27, 2017.  The Hungarian Settlement Museum was established to preserve the history of the largest rural Hungarian Settlement in the United States. […]

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Kodály in California Still Popular

The Kodály Center at Holy Names University in Oakland, California, continues to teach and promote the methodology of Zoltán Kodály with the appointment of Hungarian Master Teachers for their summer institutes, as well as translating the choral works of Lajos Bárdos for English audiences. Named after the famous Hungarian composer, Zoltán Kodály, the Kodály Center […]

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Meet András Juhász, 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 summer HIF is hosting Andrew Juhasz of Lexington, MA.  Andrew Juhasz is currently an undergraduate at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. His goal with this […]

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HIF Supports Four Talented Scholars at 2017 AHEA-HSAC Joint Conference

HIF awarded Conference Support Scholarships to Éva Petrás Mártonffyné, Judit Mária Gábos, Tamás Kovács, and Árpád Hornyák to attend the American Hungarian Educators Association’s annual conference, which focused on “Sovereignty, Compromise, and the Making of Modern Hungary: 1867 and Beyond” at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada. The American Hungarian Educators Association (AHEA), and the Hungarian […]

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Three Exceptional HIF Scholarship Recipients Attend 2017 AMIT Conference

This year, HIF awarded Conference Support Scholarships to Ms. Anna Boldog, Ms. Katalin Budainé Balatoni, and Ms. Ágnes Nagy to attend the annual conference AMIT (Amerikai Magyar Iskolák Találkozója) of the American-Hungarian Schools Association held on June 10th at the Consulate General of Hungary in New York. The AMIT (Amerikai Magyar Iskolák Találkozója) of the […]

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