September is an annual time when members of the Alumni Association meet for an integration trip. This time we were welcomed by Pomerania. On September 15-17, we came to Wieżyca, near Szymbark, to take advantage of the hospitality of the Kashubian People’s University (KUL).Read More
‘Holiday remnants’ or meetings of Alumni at the end of the holiday period. We met because we can and we want to, and any reason is good to talk, reminisce about holiday attractions and have fun together. Numerous Alumni met in Krakow, where we were hosted by the Kolanko no. 6 restaurant in the Kazimierz district and in Warsaw, where the celebration took place at the Soul Kitchen restaurant.Read More
It was the second time that we had the opportunity to implement a project under the common title “American Debates“. We discussed contemporary America, and more specifically, international, military and economic policy pursued by the US government, or US relations with other countries, including Poland in particular. We invited specialists, scientists and journalists to the discussion, who shared their knowledge and opinions. All content can be viewed on our Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube channels.
The “American Debates” project was implemented thanks to the financial support of the US Embassy in Warsaw.
We continue the project under the common title: “Profession“.
“Profession” is a series of interviews with members of the Alumni Association, whose professional life is related to a profession that cannot be pigeonholed into an 8-hour office day, requires a lot of commitment and own initiative, and is associated with far-reaching self-discipline. We will try to bring the listeners closer to the backstage of these professions, talk about their positive and negative aspects, show the changeability of the profession over the years, related to, for example, the development of modern technologies.
We continue the series of interviews under the common title: “My American Experiences“.
As part of this project, we invite personalities of Polish public, social, economic, cultural and political life who were participants in the programs of the US Department of State (including the Fulbright Program, IVLP, Edward R. Murrow Program, Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program and other). We will ask guests about their experiences in the US and the impact of these experiences on their public life, professional or scientific career.
This is the second edition of the “Alumni Carnival”.
This year, we managed to organize this event in as many as 9 provincial cities, i.e. in Gdańsk, Katowice, Kielce, Kraków, Łódź, Opole, Poznań, Szczecin, Warsaw and Brussels. “Alumni Carnival” is a series of regional meetings of Alumni over coffee & tea & beer & wine (drink to choose from).
Despite technical difficulties and organizational inconveniences, we managed to organize Xmas Party 2022. We invited members, partners and friends of the Alumni Association, who met at the “Kompania Piwa” restaurant in Warsaw. There were also distinguished guests from the US Embassy in Poland and the Polish-American Fulbright Commission. Read More
Members, partners and friends of the Alumni Association met in Krakow to celebrate one of the most important American feasts – “Thanksgiving”.
After two years of pandemic separation, we could meet to talk, recollect, but also make new friends in a family atmosphere. And all this with a home kitchen full of American flavors. Read More
On October 20 – November 11, Poland was visited by Prof. David F. Forte. David Forte is professor of constitutional law, lecturer at many American and European universities, including his Alma Mater: Cleveland State University. He has collaborated many times with the US Congress and the US Department of State on international law and human rights. He is also a double Fulbright scholarship holder. In Poland, he took his scholarship in 2019.