Hungarian Ambassador to Speak on Post-Communist Era
February 17, 2000
WALTHAM- Hungarian Ambassador to the United States Geza Jeszenszky will be the keynote speaker on Thursday, March 2 at a Bentley College conference on "Ten Years After the Fall of Communism." The program, which will be held from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. in Lindsay Auditorium, is free and open to the public.
In addition to the Ambassador's remarks, Jeszenszky and Bentley College President Joseph Morone will sign the formal relationship between the college and Budapest University of Economic Sciences (BUES) launching Bentley's international service-learning program. Also speaking will be Jozsef Beracs, director of International Studies at BUES, where Jeszenszky is professor of International Relations. A reception will follow. The conference is sponsored by BankBoston in conjunction with KPMG.
Directions to Bentley College, 175 Forest Street, Waltham, are available by phone at 781-891-2100 or online at: www.bentley.edu
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