Seasons greetings from the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation!
Please note that our office will be closed from December 23, 2015 until January 7, 2016
The U.S. Embassy in Vienna is inviting applications to the Austria to Austin Student Startup Exchange.
Dr. Markus Schweiger, the executive director of the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation, visited Center Austria to talk about future cooperative endeavors. He met with UNO administrators and Center Austria's visiting faculty and fellows. This marked Dr. Schweiger's first visit to the Center.
The Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation in cooperation with the International Relations Office and School of Engineering & IT of the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences would like to invite you to the 1. Marshall Plan Research Workshop at CUAS.
Apart from the introduction to the Austrian-American cooperation and the scholarship program, our young researchers would like to share with you the results of their research.
On June 10, 2015, the annual symposium organized by the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation, highlighting the significance of transatlantic relations in general and current issues in particular, was held for the first time at Webster Vienna, Private University.
The U.S. Embassy Vienna, AUSSENWIRTSCHAFT AUSTRIA, the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation and The Office of Science and Technology Austria, Washington, D.C. cordially invite you to
SMART MANUFACTURING – INDUSTRY 4.0
A PANEL DISCUSSION
Islamophobia in Contemporary Europe: Evidence from Political Campaigns and Ads
Austrian Marshall Plan Anniversary Chair, The University of New Orleans
The 2015 Annual Austrian Marshall Plan Lecture took place on Thursday, March 5, 2015 at 3:00 pm at the University of New Orleans' Earl K. Long Library, Room 407.
Dr. Anton Fink, Vice President of the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation, joined foreign dignitaries at the grand opening of the University of New Orleans' new International Center on January 19, 2015. The Center also houses the newly renamed Center Austria: Austrian Marshall Plan Center for European Studies.