Miriam Meckel becomes Chief Editor of Wirtschaftswoche

Miriam Meckel (Germany, MNP 2008) is now the Chief Editor of the German economic magazine Wirtschaftswoche, after a distinguished academic career at St. Gallen University. We wish her all the best for her new post.


Lost alumni

Eisenhower in Philadelphia have set up an email address for lost alumni to get in touch. Please spread the word!

MNP2013 comes to an end

The 2013 Multinational Fellows have now finished their time in the US and are heading home. The central Eisenhower website has information about the Annual Meeting Day, including the distinguished Alumnus Award. The website also has news about the Spanish Alumni organisation’s freedom of thought award and Juan Jose G├╝emes (Spain, MNP 11) talking at Harvard about start-ups.

Vishal Talreja (India, MNP13) stopped in London for a few days on his way home and met Antonia Mochan (EU, MNP 08) while there.


“Because of my Fellowship”

To celebrate 60 years of the Eisenhower Fellowship, alumni from across the programme are telling their stories of what Eisenhower has meant to them. You can read their stories on the Eisenhower website.

There is considerable European interest, with stories from Spanish, Turkish and Yugoslav/Slovenian fellows featured, plus a US fellow that visited Ireland. More stories will appear over this 60th year.

Irish fellow honoured by French government

Fiach MacConghail (MNP, Ireland, 2004) has been awarded the prestigious Ordre des Arts et Lettres by the French government. The order is the country’s highest cultural award and was awarded to the director of the Abbey Theate for his many artistic achievements.

Read more.

Slovak fellow elected to Parliament

15 years on from his Fellowship and 20 years after his last speech there, Mikulas Huba (MNP 97, Slovakia) has been elected to the Slovak Parliament as part of the Ordinary People and Independent Personalities’ Party, which won a total of 16 seats.

Happy New Year

All the best for 2012 to all Eisenhower Fellows, in Europe and beyond. May this be a year of many contacts amongst us all, with as many as possible recorded here!