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  • 1. OBUDA UNIVERSITY Trefort Agoston Centre for Engineer Education November 6, 2010 Dr. István Simonics Associate professor EF MNP 1993 Hungarian Fellows at a Glance
  • 2. November 6, 2010 RETURN U.S. Alumni in2/11 EF History 1 • In 1953, to celebrate President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s first birthday in the White House, a group of Pennsylvania businessmen established an international leader exchange program to honor Ike’s devotion to world peace. • The Eisenhower Fellowships differed from existing international scholarship and exchange programs because the Fellows, both from overseas and the United States, were not students or faculty, but mid-career professionals who had already achieved leadership positions. • EF bring two groups of approximately 25 outstanding mid-career Fellows (aged 32-45) drawn from 49 different countries to the U.S. annually for an intensive, individually designed program in the fellows professional field. Fellows are identified by high-level in- country nominating committees and selected by a committee at Eisenhower Fellowships headquarters in Philadelphia.
  • 3. November 6, 2010 RETURN U.S. Alumni in3/11 EF History 2 • Over five decades of existence, some 1,700 emerging world leaders have become Eisenhower Fellows. • Since the late 1990s, EF has given high priority to the maintenance of an active network of alumni. An online Directory of Fellows and regularly-updated news on the EF website augmented the usefulness of the network. http://www.eisenhowerfellowships.org/index.php • In 2008, the Eisenhower Day of Fellowship was initiated to renew the fellowship experience, increase the impact and visibility of Eisenhower Fellowships, and commemorate the founding of the organization. • In 2010 we have organized the first Eisenhower Day of Fellowship in Budapest. http://conf.uni-obuda.hu/Eisenhowerday_2010/index.html
  • 4. November 6, 2010 RETURN U.S. Alumni in4/11 Years of Hungarian Fellowships 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Years of Hungarian fellowships
  • 5. November 6, 2010 RETURN U.S. Alumni in5/11 – Procurement decision systems – Environment management – Technical Scientific Cooperation – Monetary and capital mechanisms – International Trade Rights – International negotiation – Transnational capital movement – Informatics – Control systems – Law and Economics – Vocational teacher training – Distance learning – Feeding – Animal husbandry – Environmental and human rights – Sustainable future Topics of studies
  • 6. November 6, 2010 RETURN U.S. Alumni in6/11 Decade 2: 1980-1990 Prof. Dr. László KEVICZKY, 1986 Topics – Informatics – Control systems – Optimization Professor Former – Vice Chairman and Secretary General of Hungarian Academy of Sciences Dr. Csaba MAKÓ 1987 Topics – Labour Market – Law and Economics – Management Science Professor, University of Debrecen, Faculty of Economics Director of Research, Institute of Sociology, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • 7. November 6, 2010 RETURN U.S. Alumni in7/11 Decade 3: 1990-2000 Dr. István SIMONICS, 1993 Topics – Vocational teacher training – Vocational education, adult training – Distance learning Associated Professor at Obuda University Trefort Agoston Centre for Engineer Education Dr. Béla BORSOS 1994 Topics – Ecology – Alternative agricultural systems – Intentional communities Advisor for UN and UNDP
  • 8. November 6, 2010 RETURN U.S. Alumni in8/11 Decade 3: 1990-2000 Dr. János GUNDEL, 1996 Topics – Animal husbandry – Feeding – Agricultural education Professor at Budapest Business School College of Commerce, Catering and Tourism head of Hospitality Department Dr. Miklós NÉMETH 1997 Topics – Environmental protection – Water management – Sustainable future Retired from Ministry of Rural Development Advisor and expert
  • 9. November 6, 2010 RETURN U.S. Alumni in Changes and Relationships Eisenhower Day of Fellowship in Budapest 9/11 Decade 4: 2000-2010 Dr. György RASKÓ, 2000 Topics – Agricultural policy issues – Commodity risk management – Farms CEO of Csopak Holding Ltd. and Tokaj Wine Ltd. Dr. Kálmán KOVÁCS 2001 Topics – Digital divide – Information Society – Sustainable future Director of BME Federated Innovation and Knowledge Centre
  • 10. November 6, 2010 RETURN U.S. Alumni in10/11 Decade 4: 2000-2010 Péter ROHONYI, 2008 Topics – Climate policies – Environmental and human rights – Renewable energy Expert of environmental sustainability Zsófia CSEH 2009 Topics – SMEs management – Environmental protection – Sustainable future Project manager in Organica Ltd.
  • 11. November 6, 2010 RETURN U.S. Alumni in11/11 OBUDA UNIVERSITY Trefort Agoston Centre for Engineer Education Thank you for your attention! Dr. István Simonics Associate professor simonics.istvan at tmpk.uni-obuda.hu

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