In The USA
2021 ASEF Virtual Gala
The 2021 ASEF Gala took place on Saturday, April 17, 2021, online. More than 300 participants from 16 different countries gathered at the live-stream for the ASEF Virtual Gala 2021. Welcome speeches were held by extinguished guests, namely Mr. Borut Pahor, President of the Republic of Slovenia, Dr. Helena Jaklitsch, Minister for Slovenians Abroad, Dr. …Read Article…
2021 ASEF Virtual Gala Announcement
This year, the American-Slovenian Educational Foundation (ASEF) is once again organizing the ASEF Gala, an annual event dedicated to celebrating Slovenia’s global success and connecting Slovenian students, young people, scientists, professors, businessmen and athletes. The ASEF gala 2021 will be fully virtual for the first time and is completely free. It will be possible to …Read Article…
2020 ASEF Gala in the US
The American-Slovenian Education Foundation (ASEF) cordially invites you to the 2020 ASEF Gala which will take place on Saturday, March 7, 2020, at Stanford University in California. The ASEF Gala is a great occasion to celebrate our organization’s progress and to recognize the Slovenians of exceptional accomplishments. We look forward to making the 2020 Gala …Read Article…
2019 ASEF Gala
On March 20, 2019, the American-Slovenian Education Foundation (ASEF) held its annual Gala event at the Stanford University in California. The ASEF Lifetime Achievement Award was awarded to Mija Rode, lecturer for Slovenian language at Stanford University. Mia immigrated to Chicago when she was 20 to join her father who had fled World War II …Read Article…
2019 ASEF Gala Announcement Video
The American-Slovenian Education Foundation wishes to continue the tradition of promoting achievements of Slovanian scholars by hosting the annual Gala event. Peter Rožič, S.J., ASEF Co-founder, kindly invites all to join him on March 20, 2021 in California in a heartfelt video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXtwI6xmbzkRead Article…
2018 ASEF Gala in US
The 5th Annual ASEF Gala took place on March 3, 2018 at the University of Stanford in California. Nobel Prize Laureate Prof. Duncan Haldane received the ASEF Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2016 Prof. Dr. Duncan Haldane became the first Slovenian in history to receive the Nobel Prize for Physics. He is the Eugene Higgins Professor …Read Article…
2018 ASEF Gala Announcement
The American-Slovenian Education Foundation (ASEF) will organize the annual Gala event on March 3, 2018 at Stanford University in California. This year’s extinguished guest will be prof. Dr. Duncan Haldane, Nobel Prize Laureate in Physics. Prof. Dr. Haldane has a special relationship with Slovenia through his mother Ljudmila Renko, who was from Carinthia. During World …Read Article…
2017 ASEF Gala in US
On Saturday, March 25, 2017, the American Slovenian Education Foundation (ASEF) celebrated the successes and aspirations of the last year. The evening featured a wine reception hour showcasing educational innovations by Americans of Slovenian heritage and a sumptuous dinner with superb entertainment at the Slovenian National Home in Cleveland, Ohio. The 4th Annual ASEF Gala …Read Article…
2017 ASEF Gala Invitation
American Slovenian Education Foundation (ASEF) cordially invites all supporters of the American-Slovenian educational community to come to its 4th annual gala. On Saturday, March 25, 2017, at 6 p.m., ASEF will celebrate the successes and aspirations of the last year. TheAnnual Gala event will take place at the Slovenian National Home in Cleveland, Ohio. Join …Read Article…
2020 ASEF Gala in Slovenia: The Black and White Ball
On February 1, 2020, the Black and White Ball took place at the Grand Hotel Union in Ljubljana. The collaboration between the American-Slovenian Education Foundation and Rotary Club of Ljubljana hosted around 130 people. It was a unique experience of connecting Slovenes abroad with Slovenes at home. The aim of the Gala event was to …Read Article…
2020 ASEF Gala in Slovenia: the Black and White Ball
The American Slovenian Education Foundation (ASEF) and Rotary Club of Ljubljana cordially invite you to the 2020 Grand Rotary Ball which will take place on Saturday, February 1st, 2020, at the Grand Ballroom of the Grand hotel Union. The 31st Grand Rotary Ball will be organised as the Black and White Ball and will bring …Read Article…
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ASEF Speaker Series
Dr. Sergeja Slapničar: Assessment and Management of Cyber Risk
How to Get Young People to Vote? The Challenges of Youth Participation
ASEF Speaker Series – Dr. Anže Smole
ASEF Speaker Series – Dr. Anže Smole
ASEF Young Minds Lectures
Tijan Prijon presented the use of machine learning in cosmology
The use of machine learning in cosmology
Domen Pregeljc on Multiscale Computational Modeling
Dr. Tadej Krivec on Probabilistic Forecasting of Electricity Consumption
Activities for Society of Fellows & Alumni Association
Series of round tables for a closed circle of the members of the ASEF Society of Fellow and Alumni Association organized in
collaboration with NLB Center of innovative entrepreneurship.
The aim is to present life, work, and views of successful entrepreneurs and accelerate the business and research world’s connection and synergies.
ASEF Reading Club
CS@ASEF – Reading club in the field of computer science
Alumni come together in reading science circles. The circles connect students at home and around the world. In reading scientific circles, scholarship holders follow the latest guidelines according to each field. A computer club is currently operating. The purpose of the circles is to connect with each other and at the same time follow science and develop in the process.
In the circles, the participants come together once every two months. There are 5-13 people in each circle. Each meeting is conducted by one person taking the lead in the meeting with an introductory presentation of the topic, followed by a discussion on the topic.
In comparison, the reading circle in the field of computer science in 2020 was held once a month. Slovenian students at home and around the world were involved. They followed the guidelines of science. At each meeting, one scholarship holder took the initiative and made an introduction to the topic, followed by a debate.
Through the implementation of the circle, scholarship holders at home and around the world connected and built a core in their field. We notice that more and more people are joining the circle. In 2020, 3-7 people were included in the circle, and in 2021 we record about 15 of them at each meeting.
ASEF encourages Fellows and Alumni to be creative and develop their potentials.