October 19, 2015
The Center for Conflict, Negotiation and Recovery (CCNR) at the School of Public Policy at CEU co-hosted the Lemkin Reunion/Milders Lecture Series panel entitled Remembering Srebrenica with the Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands on October 2.
September 22, 2015
"To discover and appreciate diversity is a journey,” says Nilofer Khan Habibullah, one-year MAPP student, of her poem “Diversity," which she performed at the SPP Welcome Reception on September 16.
September 15, 2015
Five CEU students and recent graduates investigated "how EU values connect with crisis responses in asylum policy, and how these responses are received and translated in the national arena through the critical case of Hungary" in Open Borders, Closed Minds: EU Asylum Policy in Crisis, their final report presented on August 2 at the Allianz Summer Academy on Europe (ASA).
June 30, 2015
Exceptional master's and doctoral students were recognized in June for their academic achievements with awards presented on June 18. Scroll down for the slide show of photos of the ceremony.
June 26, 2015
CEU School of Public Policy students Robert Papp and Yuxin Wang (both MPA ’15) presented their research projects at the 15th Annual Research Postgraduate Conference of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Hong Kong. “It was a great way to meet other researchers in social science and hear about diverse topics across disciplines,” commented Wang.
June 26, 2015
June 24, 2015
Founding School of Public Policy (SPP) Dean Wolfgang Reinicke opened the School’s Annual Conference by highlighting the key questions that the speakers and panelists would be addressing over the next two days: is democracy discredited and increasingly neglected around the world? If so, how and why – and what can be done about it?
June 23, 2015
Twenty-two students from 11 universities traveled to Budapest, Hungary last week to participate in the Open Society Internship for Rights and Governance (OSIRG) – an experience that Rumbidzai Masango (MPA ’15), one of last year’s students, described as “mind-blowing.” This is the third year that the
June 16, 2015
Michael Dorsch of the School of Public Policy has been promoted to the rank of associate professor, effective August 1, 2015. Dorsch is an applied economist whose research and teaching interests are mainly in public economics and political economics. His current research investigates the political economy of development, with a particular interest in the economic causes and consequences of political instability, civil conflict and democratization.