http://index.hu/gazdasag/2016/04/28/ezert_vannak_lengyel_buszok_budapesten_es_nem_magyar_buszok_a_lengyeleknel/ - Hungarian news portal index.hu interviewed Gabor Bekes, visiting professor at CEU’s Department of Economics, about how Hungarian companies’ competitiveness could be enhanced on the global market.
http://hvg.hu/brandchannel/ceubusiness_20160427_mennyit_er_ma_egy_diploma - Hungarian news portal hvg.hu published an article by Achilles Georgiu, adjunct professor and program director, MSc in IT management, CEU Business School on what the real value of a diploma is.
http://faktor.hu/faktor-drasztikus-forrosag-johet-mas-elelmiszereket-kell-termeszteni?source=hirkereso - Hungarian news portal factor.hu interviewed 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), about the expected results of climate change if countries do not keep to the agreements reached at the 2015 Paris Climate Conference.
Hungarian Klub Radio interviewed Georgiu Achilles, visiting lecturer program director, MSc in IT management, and adjunct lecturer of IT management and leadership at CEU’s Business School about Big Data and business, and what makes start-ups successful.
Klub Radio (2016.03.24.)
Hungarian weekly Figyelo published an interview with Zoltan Illes, former CEU faculty and Secretary of State for Environmental Protection and Water in the Hungarian Ministry of Rural Development. Illes shared his views on the recent environmental challenges Hungary faces, the current sustainability questions and criticized the Hungarian government.
Magyar Nemzet (3.25.2016. p.3. Bukastol ov Illes Zoltan)
http://index.hu/gazdasag/defacto/2016/05/02/hatalmas_az_oktatasi_kiadasok_hatasa_a_gyerekek_felnottkori_jovedelmere/ - Hungarian news portal index.hu’s blog Defacto posted its latest article with the title “The effects of school spending is huge on adulthood earnings of children.” Referring to an American research (http://socrates.berkeley.edu/~ruckerj/QJE_resubmit_final_version.pdf...
Hungarian Klub Radio reports: For the first time ever, CEU joins Danube Regatta, a dragon boat race of university crews on May 7. The Danube Regatta, hosted by the Antall Jozsef Knowledge Centre since 2013, is the biggest inter-university sports event in Hungary. The main events are the rowing and dragon boat races between participating universities on the most spectacular stretch of the Danube in Budapest, from the Parliament and the Chain Bridge to Muegyetem rakpart (the Buda-side embankment between Szabadsag Bridge and Petofi Bridge).
http://www.weborvospro.hu/cikkek/egeszsegpolitika/akozepesentaplaltnobetegekesete.html - Hungarian news portal weborvospro.hu reports: At a recent meeting of a discussion series organized for professionals working in healthcare, the topic was the patient-doctor relationship.
http://index.hu/kulfold/2016/05/04/budapesten_szulethet_ujja_aleppo/ - Hungarian news portal index.hu reports: In an article about Syrian refugee students, BBC education correspondent Sean Coughlan also reported on CEU’s Aleppo Project. For the article, see http://www.bbc.com/news/business-36164060
Hungarian daily Nepszabadsag reports: In an article about Syrian refugee students, BBC education correspondent Sean Coughlan highlighted that CEU is opening its doors to refugees at weekends with volunteer academics offering courses in English, maths, philosophy, Hungarian culture and history and human rights law. For the article, see http://www.bbc.com/news/business-36164060
Due to copyright regulations, the article is available in the daily (5.5.2016. p.8. VILAGHIR)