In today’s world, where there is shrinking space for civil society, young people can transform their concern into opportunities to enable change, according to Franz-Karl Prueller, senior advisor to the board at ERSTE Foundation, a longtime partner of CEU. Prueller addressed the CEU community Nov. 29 in a talk entitled “Advancing Civil Society and Social Innovation in Central Europe: Lessons in Social Investing from the ERSTE Foundation,” as part of CEU’s Philanthropy Week 2017.
The Department of Philosophy and the Center for Arts and Culture at CEU are organizing an innovative exhibition and conference focusing on interactions between art and academia. The deadline for sending proposals and papers to ArtInAcademia@ceu.edu is December 20, 2017. Scroll down for submission guidelines.
Art in Academia Conference by the Department of Philosophy and the Center for Arts and Culture
January 18–19, 2018, Budapest
Name: Adam Zawadowski
Title: Assistant Professor
Number of years at CEU: 2+2 (2 as professor, 2 as student)
Home city/town & country: Budapest
What's your favorite Hungarian food?
Vadas zsemlegombóccal (game with sauce and bread dumpling) the way my grandmother made it for Christmas
Whose works of art or design have had the greatest impression on you?
CEU welcomed students from Deak Diak Elementary School from Budapest’s 8th district in the framework of the Widening Participation program of the Civic Engagement Office on October 27 and November 17. The students met CEU staff, explored the campus on a building tour, joined an interactive presentation in the CEU Baby Lab, and talked to current CEU students about the importance of education.