CEU President and Rector Michael Ignatieff was interviewed for Hungarian weekly HVG's popular "Portre" (portrait) column. Below please find CEU's translation of the article.
http://valasz.hu/itthon/elkepesztoen-latvanyos-epuletet-adtak-at-a-pesti-belvarosban-120452 - Hungarian news portal valasz.hu reports: CEU opened two state-of-the-art buildings in downtown Budapest, offering high-tech space for learning, teaching, research, and the exchange of ideas in line with the University’s commitment to open debate and community engagement.
Hungarian weekly HVG interviewed Miklos Tamasi, founder and head of Fortepan, about the online photo archive and how his life led him to set up this archive. Tamasi used to work at the Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives (OSA) at CEU before focusing solely on Forteplan.Due to copyright regulations, the article is available in the weekly (9.1.2016. p.74. Tamasi Miklos a Fortepan alapitoja)
http://nepszava.hu/cikk/1104803-atvette-kinevezeset-a-ceu-uj-rektora/ - Hungarian news portal nepszava.hu reports: Professor Michael Ignatieff has been appointed Rector of Kozep-europai Egyetem, CEU's Hungarian entity. Ignatieff received his credentials from the President of Hungary, Janos Ader. The appointment is from September 1, 2016 to August 31, 2021. The article was also published in Nepszava (9.3.2016. p.2. Atvette kinevezeset a CEU uj rektora)
http://www.unikornis.hu/elet/20160902-szomoru-hogy-mar-csak-magyarorszagon-van-klimaszkepticizmus-urge-vorsatz-diana-klimavaltozas.html - Diana Urge-Vorsatz, professor at CEU’s Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy, and director of CEU’s Center for Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Policy (3CSEP) was interviewed for Hungarian news portal unikornis.hu about global warming and what it means in our everyday lives.
http://infovilag.hu/hir-35495-migracio_politikailag_bombauzlet_orban_e.html - Hungarian news portal infovilag.hu reports: Nick Sitter, professor of Public Policy at CEU was quoted in an AP story on the upcoming Hungarian referendum.
http://www.ma.hu/kulturport.hu/289351/Gazdag_nemzetkozi_kinalattal_erkezik_a_15_L1danceFest - Hungarian news portal reports: From September 13 to 22 L1danceFest offers visitors performances and workshops by 52 Hungarian and international dancers. Christine Borch, Oleg Soulimenko and Jasmin Hoffer will kick off the festival on September 13 with a free performance at Central European University.
http://www.portfolio.hu/gazdasag/munkaugy/ingyen_szallast_ad_a_meki_magyarorszagon_a_tombolo_munkaerohiany_miatt.236937.html - Hungarian news portal portfolio.hu reports: Martin Kahanec, professor at CEU’s School of Public Policy is quoted in an article regarding the dearth of labor in Eastern European countries and what corporations are doing about it.
http://index.hu/tech/2016/09/07/informatikai_rocksztarokat_kepez_az_elte/ - Hungarian news portal index.hu reports: The Faculty of Informatics at Eotvos Lorand University (ELTE) inaugurated a new department that will teach students how to handle and analyze big data through real company projects. The article also mentions that although the new department is unique in its nature, it is not the only one in Hungary: CEU and IBM kicked off a similar course last year.
Hungarian weekly Magyar Narancs quotes Ethan Zuckerman from MIT in an article about hacking information in cyberspace. According to Zuckerman, many users still disregard security settings and are not conscious about what they share about themselves on social media channels. Zuckerman was interviewed at CEU on June 23 at the Making Democracy Work conference, the concluding event of the CEU Frontiers of Democracy Initiative that was organized by the university in the academic year 2015-16.