On December 6th, the U.S. Consul General in Cracow Walter Braunohler invited Alumni, students of American Studies (Jagiellonian University), school youth and Americans residing in Cracow for a very special event. On this day the Embassy and the U.S. Consulate in Poland formally began celebrating 100 years since regaining independence by Poland and very special Polish-American relations in the XX and XXI centuries. Read More
On the last Monday of November we met once again for another part of an event series, the Road Show project. We gathered at the American Information Resource Center, operating under the U.S. Consulate in Cracow, to listen to Wojciech Blecharczyk, PhD and his lecture: Green and Smart Cities.
The lecture centered around the question: How do smart cities function and what their future should be? Read More
The Polish-American Fulbright Commission launched the process of accepting applications for the Fulbright Slavic Award.
The program is addressed to scholars doing scientific research or teaching at Polish universities or other scientific centers and who specialize in the field of culture and history of Poland and Central-Eastern Europe. Read More
As part of the Warsaw program Road Show the Alumni Association together with the American Embassy and the Department of Regional Strategic Studies at Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University (UKSW) in Warsaw organized an open lecture of Professor Neal Pease, a historian from the Wisconsin-Milwaukee University and the editor in chief of The Polish Review, entitled: A Hundred Years of U.S.-Polish Relations. Read More
On September 18th 2017 members of the Alumni Association Board, Monika Rajska and Agnieszka Zwierzynska met with graduates of the ILVP (International Visitor Leadership Program) and LEADERS PAFW (Polish-American Freedom Foundation) at the Ambassador’s Residence to celebrate the 10th anniversary of its creation. Read More
At the invitation of the U.S. Ambassador in Poland, Mr. Paul Jones, Alumni had the opportunity to meet in Cracow to participate in the 241st anniversary of gaining independence by the United States. Once again Alumni from southern Poland met with Mr. Ambassador and Consul Mr. Walter Braunohler and expressed their gratitude for supporting the Association’s cause. Of course a group photo was a must. Read More
For the third time, on March 14th 2017, a meeting took place as part of the Alumni Association Road Show project. This time the host city was Katowice. Together with the representatives of the U.S. Consulate in Cracow and the American Corner we met at the headquarters of American Corner, which is acting alongside the Library of the University of Silesia. Read More