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David Patrician:         Living the Fulbright Spirit


In 2006 David participated in the Fulbright young journalist exchange program in Cologne.  Some of his assignments included being embedded with the German Bundeswehr in Afghanistan as well as hosting special reports for WDR TV and Radio Bremen.  Currently he is a moderator for Delta Radio in northern Germany.  In addtion, David is the regional coordinator for the Hamburg Fulbright Alumni Group.

Dr. Hady Farag:         Managing Uncertainty: Pragmatic Approaches


Principal, BCG Office Frankfurt

Dr. Farag holds a PhD in Business Studies from the European Business School. He has been working at The Boston Consulting Group since 2006.


Lucian Morariu:         How to Become a Management Consultant


Lucian Morariu is a Fulbright alum and project coordinator at the BCG office in Munich. He studied Business in Passau und Mannheim and has been working at The Boston Consulting Group since 2007.



Bryan Baker:              How to Survive Germany?


Tips and tricks to help you not only survive your year in Germany, but to make the best of it! The presentation will include an interactive discussion. German participants are, of course, also welcome!


 2007, which ended with an internship at the Commerzbank AG in Frankfurt am Main, where he currently lives and works.


Stephan Meyer-Brehm           Transatlantic Relations in the Stone Age 



Stephan Meyer-Brehm, University of Texas at                       Austin, 1985/86




Wolfram Krause:        Energy Transition: Vision, Barriers and Solutions


This interactive workshop will focus on the transition towards a sustainable energy supply system. We will define a vision, identify barriers and work on solutions. A mixed audience from all faculties will guarantee a lively discussion covering the topic from different viewpoints. No previous expert knowledge required.




Carsten Fischer:          International Interdependence: Can We All Benefit from Further Globalization?


Despite the fact that an intensifying cooperation between people from different countries is a very old trend, the velocity of globalization has increased significantly over the past 20 years. Further efficiency increases in the transportation and aviation industry, falling political barriers, and further innovation in the information technology will fuel this trend of global interconnections (or interdependencies) even more. Globalization has a major impact on almost all areas of daily life, including the economic environment, politics, culture, education, values and languages. This workshop will provide a platform for all participants to share their global experiences and to discuss the benefits and the drawbacks that a globalized world can offer.


Carsten Fischer: Director Deutsche Bank, PBC

Carsten Kuschnerus:  Union Investment, Account Manager International Business



Joseph A. Kunkel III

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