June 9, 2011
Budapest, 9 June 2011—Central European University (CEU) has named Wolfgang H. Reinicke Dean of the new CEU School of Public Policy and International Affairs in Budapest, effective September 1, 2011. Reinicke is currently co-founder and Director of the Global Public Policy Institute in Berlin, Nonresident Senior Fellow at The Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C., and Managing Director of Galaxar S.A. in Geneva.
June 9, 2011
Budapest, 9 June 2011—In the fall of 1991, students from Central and Eastern Europe began their studies in a handful of degree and certificate programs being offered in Prague by Central European University. That following spring, 100 students celebrated the completion of their CEU studies in Economics, History, and Sociology at the University's first commencement ceremony. This year, almost 600 students from 76 countries will receive their degrees¾Master’s or Doctoral—at this year’s graduation ceremony, the University’s 20th.
May 27, 2011
Budapest, 27 May 2011—An international team of researchers (E. Teglas, Central European University; E. Vul, University of California, San Diego; V. Girotto, University IUAV of Venice, Venice, Italy; M. Gonzalez, CNRS, Marseille, France; J.B. Tenenbaum, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA; L.L.
May 4, 2011
4 May, 2011, Budapest—Organized jointly by the Department of Public Policy at CEU, the Global Public Policy Institute, the Brookings Institution, and supported by the European Commission, the Norwegian Embassy in Budapest and Drager Foundation, TEGD will bring together professionals from all sectors (governments, NGOs, business, media, think tanks, universities) in order to promote constructive debate on energy security issues in natural gas.
April 8, 2011
Budapest, 8 April, 2011—CEU has embarked upon a comprehensive plan to redevelop the current CEU campus to create a University that is forward looking in both technology and sustainable energy use, and unique in the Central and Eastern European region. The plan presents CEU with a remarkable opportunity to create a complex, modern campus. Its prime objectives are to provide sufficient space and appropriate facilities to support current as well as future activities and needs of the University.
March 2, 2011
Budapest, 2 March, 2011—One of the most prominent newspapers in the Czech Republic, Lidove noviny, recently published an article on law faculties in Central Europe in which CEU's Department of Legal Studies, headed by Stefan Messmann, ranked first.
January 26, 2011
Davos, Switzerland, and Budapest, Hungary, January 26, 2011 – The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET), launched with a $50 million pledge from George Soros to promote changes in economic theory and practice through conferences, grants and education initiatives has announced an academic partnership with the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), to create INET@LSE, a new program that will apply ideas from “complexity social science” to improve the design and effectiveness
January 24, 2011
Budapest, 24 January 2011—The Department of Philosophy at CEU is celebrating its 10th anniversary this Academic Year. To mark the occasion, it is organizing a two-day international conference on 27-28 January with the participation of outstanding members of the profession who contributed to the CEU philosophy program in the last ten years with seminars, lectures, advice and friendship.
January 12, 2011
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December 10, 2010
Budapest, 10 December 2010—Within the framework of its Integrity Initiative, Siemens AG is providing a USD 3 million grant to a Central European University (CEU) program, which will extend to Central and Eastern European and former Soviet Union countries. The CEU project is one of 17 Siemens has selected for support in the first round of its initiative. The cooperation program with CEU will start in January 2011.