European Alumnae Symposium 2013

European symposium

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Warsaw: September 20–22

Join us for a weekend of stimulating presentations and deep discussions as we delve into Polish history and explore cultural, religious, and political topics. Special MHC guests include President Lynn Pasquerella ’80 and Professor Stephen Jones, chair of Russian and Eurasian studies.

The Symposium will take place at the Central Agricultural Library located close to the city’s picturesque Old Town. After receiving her Nobel Prizes, Marie Skłodowska-Curie returned to Poland and lectured in the same auditorium where the symposium will be held.


At the Crossroads: Quo Vadis?

Our theme acknowledges Poland’s geographic location at the crossroads of Central and Eastern Europe, and pays homage to Polish literary achievementand Henryk Sienkiewicz’s Nobel Prize winning book QuoVadis.

Make Your Plans Now

Join us in Warsaw and make your hotel or hostel reservations now! Take a look at the preliminary program and then go ahead and register for the Symposium.  For questions, please email

We look forward to seeing you there!

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