The two-year long ITI funded project Sound Relations - Transgressions, Disruptions, Transformations has just entered its third month. We’d like to take the opportunity to let all members of the CEU community know about the ways they can get involved in the project. Sound Relations offers the opportunity to make your own podcasts, whereas the CEU Podcast is a product of the CEU Communications Office for external promotion of CEU research, cultural life and civic engagement projects.
Moldova’s 2014 EU association agreement lies at the heart of the present government’s politics, determining its foreign policy and modernization path, said Andrei Galbur, deputy prime minister of Moldova, at a public lecture at CEU on March 10, organized by the Center for European Neighborhood Studies and the Embassy of the Republic of Moldova.
The Center for Ethics and Law in Biomedicine at Central European University (CELAB) represented Hungary in UniStem Day 2017 on Friday, March 17. In seven European countries, 75 universities and research centers participated in the event which celebrates "the long and fascinating journey of stem cell research," with seminars, roundtable discussions, and laboratory activities. Over 27,000 university and high-school students joined UniStem Day 2017.
The closer I got to going on the stage, the more I could feel the fast thud of my heart. I had experience performing in front of a large audience, but this time was totally different. It was not just singing a song or giving a presentation of my research. This time I was going to share something personal, something that I felt very uncomfortable sharing, something that would throw me back to those moments of sadness—moments when I have faced prejudice.