At the October Inventors Conference which is held for the thirty-fourth time in Serbia, in Idvor, Banat, a birthplace of Michael Idvorsky Pupin, on October 9, 2012 the awards of the Pupin Fund of the Mladen Selak Foundation were presented in five categories.
This year's jury with Mr. Djura Borak as its president, presented two Pupin medals, for the outstanding contribution to the development of the innovation movement which has Pupin as its trademark. The president of SASA Mr. Nikola Hajdin and humanist and founder of the Foundation that actively encourage economic development and works on the preservation of the Pupin Fund Mr. Mladen Selak presented these medals. One of the prizewinners of this medal is protopresbyter-staurophor Savo B. Jovic, chief secretary of the Holy Synod of Bishops the Serbian Orthodox Church, for the book Christ's Svetosavac Michael Pupin.
The Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts has marked the 170th anniversary of its foundation. During the introductory part of the ceremony, Serbian President Boris Tadic said that the Academy is expected to be an institution that will participate in the development, reformation and modernization of society and which will ensure independence of strategic assessment, measures and risks of primary, economic, technological and socio-economic development. Jelica Tapuskovic has more.
From 28-30 October, the Volos Academy for Theological Studies held the first international conference and honorary event entitled "Metropolitan of Pergamon John Zizioulas: Person, Eucharist, and the Kingdom of God in Orthodox and Ecumenical Perspective." The conference, as well as the entire honorary event, were broadcast live on the internet TV channel intv.gr .
Influence of Christianity in Contemporary Europe in Compared Perspective: France, Romania and Switzerland24. October 2011 - 13:49
Today, 20 October 2011, His Beatitude Daniel, Patriarch of the Romanian Orthodox Church, met in the “Saint Ioan Casian” room of the Patriarchal palace, a group of university professors from the country and abroad, who will participate these days in the International Colloquy entitled “Influence of Christianity in Contemporary Europe in Compared Perspective: France, Romania and Switzerland”. The event is organised by the “Society, Law, Religion” Centre of Studies and Documentation of the “Patriarch Justinian” Faculty of Orthodox Theology of Bucharest.