In recognition of his valuable work in the development of regional higher education, strengthening cooperation between institutions and making academic achievements visible.
The exhibition and round table discussion about the book took place at the Stirling Villa in Velem, home to many of the College’s events. The informal and convivial event was attended by a large number of former students as well.
The book is available (in Hungarian): https://kortarskiado.hu/konyv/dalias_idok
More information: https://hungarytoday.hu/how-hungarian-students-contributed-to-the-fall-of-communism-book-launch-and-exhibition/
On Wednesday evening, a conversation with Ferenc Miszlivetz, Director of the Institute of Advanced Studies was broadcast on Kossuth Radio’s program “The Evening – the Host” in Hungarian. The interview was about the Kraft (Creative City, Sustainable Region) program and its results, the interviewer is academic Norbert Kroó, Executive Chairman of Advisory Board of iASK.…
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Bakony Social Innovation Project by iASK with the support of Veszprém-Balaton European Capital of Culture 2023
The Bakony Social Innovation Project supports the development of cultural-artistic programs in the participating municipalities (Bakonynána, Borzavár, Jásd and Nagyesztergár), which are part of the Veszprém-Balaton 2023 European Capital of Culture (VEB2023 ECOC) Programme, through research work.
The founding principles of The Fuji Declaration highlight the spirit of oneness and diversity which are values that are ever so needed in the world today.
Date: 8 June 2022 (Wednesday)
Venue: Kőszeg H-9730, Chernel st. 16 Zwinger Oldtower
Ferenc Miszlivetz (director, iASK) gave a presentation at the Hungarian American Academic Conference
From 27 June to 01 July 2022!
As new geopolitical realities are producing multiple security threats and fears of new armed conflicts throughout the world, collaboration on other global problems that are posing existential threats to humanity is increasingly challenging. The 27th International Summer University focuses on the transformations of geospace and examines how shifts of power on a global level influence politics, economy, ecology, technology, and culture.
“We will seek to gather and reinterpret what you have left us.” Eulogy by Ferenc Miszlivetz
They also visited the buildings renovated under the KRAFT programme
The end-of-year interview with Ferenc Miszlivetz (director of iASK), and the report on the online book launch of the musical Citizens of Kőszeg by iASK, was published in the regional county newspaper Vas Népe, can be read in Hungarian!