2002 Press Releases
Two Hungarian American Coalition leaders, Edith Lauer, Chairman, and Zsolt Szekeres, Treasurer, were the honorees of the Sixth Hope Gala Ball, held on Saturday, Febuary
Washington, DC Three outstanding Hungarian university students were selected as winners of the “Dr. Elemer Kiss Scholarship Program” for the 2002-2003 academic year. The scholarship recipients are: Ms.
Washington, DC – The Hungarian American Coalition on July 1st, 2002 signed grant agreements with two Hungarian medical foundations, the Balassa János Sebészeti Alapítvány and
Washington, DC and Budapest – An agreement between the Hungarian American Coalition and the Arany János Foundation for the Sciences (Arany János Közalapítvány a Tudományért)
Washington, DC The Hungarian American Coalition (the “Coalition”) participated in a conference held in the Hart Senate Office Building on May 15, 2002. Coinciding
WASHINGTON, DC – On May 14, leadership of the Hungarian American Coalition (Coalition) met with Ms. Heather A. Conley, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for
The Hungarian American Coalition co-signed a Grant Agreement in Budapest today, which will extend the operation of the Charles Simonyi Research Scholarship Fund until 2005.
On March 23, Edith K. Lauer, Chairman of the Board of the Hungarian American Coalition, was among the seven latest recipients of the Magyar Örökség
On Friday, January 25, the Hungarian American Coalition and Duna Television co-sponsored a round-table discussion and press conference in Budapest on “The Hungarian Status Law: Historical Perspective and Current Ramifications.” Seven
Hungarian American Coalition Leaders Meet with U.S. Ambassadors to Yugoslavia, Slovakia, Romania and Hungary
Coalition leaders took advantage of the presence in Washington of US Ambassadors to Europe to participate in four highly informative meetings last week with new