Spring 2015 Pannonius Fellows

April 13, 2015 by  

The Pannonius Fellowship Program is a 5-month, full-time transatlantic fellowship opportunity for young leaders and scholars from the U.S. and Hungary. This fellowship serves to inspire and equip fellows on both sides of the Atlantic with a fully funded research and study abroad experience. The program staff supports the fellows by providing logistical support, securing mentorship in a relevant field of study or professional expertise, as well as publishing opportunities. The continuing network for Pannonius Fellows in Hungary and America serves to provide lasting bridges between the two countries.

D_c3_b3zsa_20IlonaIlona Dózsa is a junior energy expert at Hungarian Gas Trade Ltd., the largest gas trading company in Hungary. Ilona graduated from Corvinus University of Budapest, majoring in finance. She enrolled in the CEMS Master’s in International Management Program and spent a semester in Gothenburg and a semester in Saint Petersburg during her studies. She is a member and former president of Heller Farkas College of Advanced Financial Studies. During her fellowship, Ilona aims to research energy regulation issues in both Hungary and the US.

 

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Joshua Dill is a graduate of the European Studies Masters program at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. His academic studies focused on modern European history and comparative politics, especially the political effects of the 2008 financial crisis and subsequent Eurozone crisis. He lived in Spain for two years and spent several months in Germany, where he interned in the Bundestag. He has worked as a teacher and translator. During his Pannonius Fellowship, Josh will continue his research in comparative politics.

 

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Júlia Lakatos studied Political Science at ELTE University in Budapest. She is an analyst and Head of International Relations at the Budapest-based think tank Centre for Fair Political Analysis (Méltányosság Politikaelemző Központ). She is a regular commentator on news in both the Hungarian and international media. Her primary research focuses on the adaptation of foreign best practices in building social cohesion, especially in the fields of civic education and conflict mediation.

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