Hungarian weekly 168 Ora interviewed Jon van Til, co-editor of the book “The Hungarian Patient” and professor emeritus of urban studies and community planning at Rutgers University. The book was published by CEU Press. For more in English, see http://www.ceu.edu/article/2015-11-12/hungarian-patient-explores-contemporary-hungarian-social-movements
Hungarian monthly Medical Tribune reports: At the event entitled “Legal Regulations in Hungary Regarding End of Life Choices” organized by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences on November 5, 2015, Judit Sandor, founding director of the Center for Ethics and Law in Biomedicine (CELAB) at CEU, and professor at CEU’s Faculty of Political Science, CEU’s Legal Studies and CEU’s Gender Studies, discussed the current legal regulations about pregnant women in coma.
http://welovebudapest.com/budapest.nevezetessegei/budapest.2016.igy.valtozik.a.varos.iden - Hungarian news site welovebudapest.com issued a comprehensive article about major reconstruction projects in the Hungarian capital planned for 2016. CEU’s campus redevelopment is also mentioned among the the projects.
Hungarian daily Uj Neplap reports about the experiences of Orsolya Vasarhelyi, PhD student at CEU’s Center for Network Science, one of the winners of the Bridge Budapest Fellowship for Talents. The one-month fellowship is for Hungarian university students and journalists to gain practical experience at the founding companies of Bridge Budapest: NNG, Prezi, and Ustream.
Vasarhelyi accompanied her mentor from NNG Global Infotainment Technologies to Dubai, India, South-Korea and Japan to see different business environments in action.
http://nol.hu/kulfold/csak-ujabb-tragedia-erte-sziriat-1583737 - Hungarian news portal nol.hu reports: Holbrooke Fellow AlHakam Shaar at CEU’s Aleppo Project at the Center for Conflict, Negotiation and Recovery (CCNR) at the School of Public Policy (SPP) gave expert commentary on the roles foreign powers play in the war in Syria.
The article was also published in Nepszabadsag (1.9.2015. p.8, "Ez hatalmi, nem vallási harc")
http://hvg.hu/vilag/20160109_Kaczynski_Lengyelorszag_Orban_Kisilowski - Hungarian news portal hvg.hu interviewed Assistant Professor of Law and Public Management at CEU’s Business School Maciej Kisilowski about the state of democracy in Poland, and the parallels between Hungarian and Polish politics.
Hungarian daily Magyar Hirlap asked expert commentary from Laszlo Csaba, professor at CEU’s Department of International Relations on the state of the Hungarian economy. The professor expects economic growth for both this and the next year. Growth will inevitably slow down without reforms though, Csaba added.
Due to copyright regulations, the interview is only available in print (1.13.2016. pp.1,10. Csaba Laszlo: erzi a kisember is a gazdasag novekedeset)
Trend FM (1.13.2016.)
http://erdelyinaplo.ro/interju/tartalommal-megtolteni-a-varat-es-a-varost - Transylvanian news portal erdelyinaplo.ro interviewed Zoltan Soos (MED’ 2000), head of the Maros region museum (Maros Megyei Muzeum) about his vision and plans to revive cultural life in Marosvasarhely.
http://oktatas.atlatszo.hu/2016/01/15/ez-a-rossz-a-bolognai-rendszerben/ - Hungarian news portal oktatas.atlatszo.hu reports: CEU’s Higher Education Research Group (HERG) held a lecture by Georg Winckler, professor emeritus at the University of Vienna entitled “Successes and Failures of the Bologna Process” on January 13. The lecture was moderated by CEU Provost/Pro-Rector Liviu Matei.
http://index.hu/gazdasag/defacto/2016/01/18/defacto/ - Hungarian news portal index.hu’s blog Defacto posted its latest article with the title “What can a man do for more children to be born in Hungary?” The article reflects on the recent Hungarian public discourse initiated by polarizing political statements regarding women’s roles. According to research data, the article argues that more babies are born in developed countries where women work and men take their share of household duties.