CEU Trustee Supports Classroom Dedicated to Debate and Discussion

February 21, 2017

Key seminar space in CEU's new Nador 15 building is now known as the Nimetz Classroom, honoring CEU Trustee Matthew Nimetz's generous support of the University as a center of debate and discussion. Nimetz met with CEU President and Rector Michael Ignatieff and Provost Liviu Matei February 16 in the new classroom, then participated in a class taught there by Assistant Professor Roberta Sinatra of CEU's Center for Network Science, home to Europe's first doctoral program in this cutting-edge field.

CEU Trustee Supports Media Lab in New Library

December 6, 2016

The CEU Library is a second home to many students and has long been considered one of the best in Hungary, as well as a vital asset to scholars throughout Central and Eastern Europe. Now, with the first phase of CEU’s campus renewal completed, the new CEU Library has a prominent and expanded presence on campus, occupying five floors of the new Nador 15 building.

CEU Philanthropy Day: Giving is Sweet

November 30, 2016

Nearly 200 members of the CEU community – students and alumni, faculty and staff – came together this month to learn just how sweet fundraising for good causes can be.

As part of CEU's fourth annual Philanthropy Day, on Friday, November 11, the community raised more than 180,000 HUF in support of student scholarships and refugee assistance.

Quantum Room Dedicated at CEU, Followed by Foglia Lecture Analyzing Financial Market Governance

In its new building at Nador utca 15 on October 21, CEU dedicated the Quantum Board Room, named for the Quantum Fund, founded by George Soros, the success of which made the University possible. The Quantum Board Room was supported by the Foglia family, including Antonio Foglia, a London-based economist and hedge fund manager who is also a member of the CEU Board of Trustees, and his father, Alberto Foglia, who served as chairman of the Quantum Fund from 1987-2003.

Emphasizing Educational Access, Donors Invest in CEU Scholarships

December 17, 2015

CEU’s international student body represents 107 countries across five continents. Such diversity is integral to the University’s mission to foster democracy and open society throughout the world. To ensure that all students, especially those from developing countries or regions in turmoil, have equitable access to a world-class graduate education, CEU has developed a robust scholarship program, with around 85% of students receiving financial assistance.