Based on a highly successful inaugural year, CEU Business School has announced that it offers a second round of Entrepreneurship Fellowships to support entrepreneurs enrolling in September 2015. This action reflects the School's commitment to sophisticated professional development of high-potential budding entrepreneurs, especially in the CEE region and emerging economies of the world.
In “Witchcraft, Superstition, and Observant Franciscan Preachers: Pastoral Approach and Intellectual Debate in Renaissance Milan,” CEU alumnus Fabrizio Conti (MEDS Phd ‘11) offers a new and innovative approach to the study of magic and witchcraft in Italy between the late Middle Ages and the early modern period.
Title/Position: HRO-Payroll Assistant
Number of years at CEU: 16
Home city/town & country: Budapest, Hungary
What’s your favorite Hungarian food?
pasta with cottage cheese ("túrós tészta")
Whose works of art or design have had the greatest impression on you?
What’s your favorite language, whether you speak it or not?
What’s your hidden skill or talent?
CEU Senate approved the following modifications to some of the University policies at its March 20 meeting. The modifications entered into force on May 27. All policies can be accessed online through CEU Document Repository at http://documents.ceu.edu, after logging in using Novell ID and password.
Student Rights, Rules, and Academic Regulations
The Senate approved the following new academic programs at its March 20 meeting. The decisions on new degree programs enter into force only after program registration by the New York State Education Department. This will be announced separately.
The Senate approved the following new academic programs:
- One-year MS program in Mathematics and its Applications;
- Advanced Certificate in Eastern Mediterranean Studies.
Edited by Andrea Krizsan, research fellow at CEU’s Center for Policy Studies, the aim of this volume is to explore and understand the influence of women's movement mobilization on domestic violence policy change in Central and Eastern Europe. This volume addresses a series of questions, such as what are the dynamics that led to movement successes in the region? Which movements and the strategies they adopt are successful in promoting progressive policy change?