|Saturday, April 7, 2001|
||Check-in at Lerner Hall Reception Desk (Broadway and 115th St)|
His excellency, the Romanian Ambassador to the UN, Sorin Ducaru
Deputy Permanent Representative at the UN, Alexandru Niculescu
Viorel Onel, Minister Counselor, General Consulate of Romania
Teodor Tsaganea - "Romania and NATO-a Point of View from New York"
Dr. Mihaela Albu-"Romanian Language Studies at Columbia University"
Dr. John S. Micgiel, Director, East Central European Center
Coriolan Babeti - Director of the Romanian Cultural Center in NY
Dr. Mihaela Albu - "Romanian-American Writers and their Works"
Mirela Roznoveanu, Writer
Constantin Negoita - His works and Book Signing
Mircea Sandulescu, Professor and Writer
Anca Rosu, Professor of Literature
Anca Girascu, Writer
Gabriel Plesea, Writer
Economics and Business Section:
Romanian Business Professionals - "The Romanian Economy",
"Building and Maintaining a Network",
Cosette Chichirau - "Introduction to Bankruptcy"
Minodora Vancea - "State Capacity and Tax Revenue in Hungary,
Russia and Romania"
Sciences and Mathematics Section:
Irina Marinov - "The use of high resolution numerical models to
estimate eddy diffusivity in the Atlantic Ocean"
Laura Cosovanu - "The Romanian Collections of the Hoover Institution"
Theo Teodorescu - "Romanian Networking -
La munte sau la mare noi facem networking in deplasare"
Cristina Ciucur, President of AIESEC NYC
Andrei Moroianu - "Scoala Normala Superioara - Bucuresti"
John Soleanicov - "Pro-Vita for the Born and Unborn"
Andreea Dersidan - "Association of Romanian Students in the
Washington, DC area"
|8:00 PM||Dinner at Casa Romana - Romanian Restaurant|
|Sunday, April 8, 2001|
|9:00 AM||Continental Breakfast|
Speakers include: Pr. Dr. Theodor Damian
|11:00-1:00||Presentations and Summaries of Conference Discussions|
"Romanian Immigration and Communities at the end of the 20th Century"
"Promotion of Romanian Culture and Economy in the United States"