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CEU Wins Best International Architecture Project in RIAI Awards

CEU's new buildings, designed by Irish architecture firm O'Donnell & Tuomey, won the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) Award for the Best International Project 2017.

RIAI announced the winners of 2017 RIAI Architecture Awards at a ceremony in Dublin’s Mansion House on June 23.  The awards celebrate the quality of work carried out by RIAI members in 2016 and highlight the contribution that architects make to society for everyone’s benefit.

Beyond the Classroom Exhibition Showcases CEU Civic Engagement in Hungary

The Beyond the Classroom exhibition at CEU highlights three education-focused civic engagement projects that took place over the past academic year. Being an academic institution, education is key to CEU and our community, but we know access to quality education is not a given for all. This includes some isolated Roma communities here in Hungary as well as hundreds of refugees and asylum-seekers who have made this country their home.

CEU Graduates 708, Awards Gauck Open Society Prize

June 23, 2017

Today at Central European University's 26th graduation ceremony, 708 students from 97 countries received master's, doctoral degrees and non-degree certificates at Budapest's Palace of Arts (MUPA). The University also awarded the Open Society Prize to former German President Joachim Gauck in recognition of his courageous defense of human rights and his distinguished record in the service of free societies.

Roma Graduate Prep Students Present Their Final Research Papers at Two-Day Conference

On June 23,18 Roma students will graduate from the Roma Graduate Preparation Program (RGPP), becoming alumni of the Roma Access Programs and CEU. As part of the celebration of their accomplishments, the students presented research in their fields in a two-day conference event June 19-20, 2017.

Csilla Kollonay-Lehoczky Appointed Professor Emerita

June 20, 2017

Csilla Kollonay-Lehoczky has been appointed Professor Emerita, effective August 1, 2017. 

Kollonay-Lehoczky, director of the Doctoral Program, has been a professor in the Department of Legal Studies since 1992.

Her teaching and research areas cover labor and social law, European labor law, gender, non-discrimination and equal opportunity law. Through 2013 she was also at ELTE Faculty of Law as professor, the Head of the Labour and Social Law Department. Her international teaching experience covers universities in the U.S. and Europe.