August 27, 2014
CEU has issued its 2014 update of an annual report that documents the University's substantial financial, scholarly, and cultural contributions to Hungary. It serves as a resource for those seeking information about CEU's economic role, support of Hungarian students, local alumni numbers and activities, facilities open to the public, academic and research partnerships with Hungarian institutions, summer programs open to Hungarians, outreach and civic engagement with the Hungarian community, and role in revitalizing the historic downtown neighborhoods.
August 5, 2014
Tibet is almost the most touchy issue between rising China and the incumbent West. Is the Tibetan issue a pure human rights issue, as most people believe, or there is something more? Paul Lacourbe, associate professor of Operations Management at CEU Business School, discussed “The Two Fairytales about Tibet” in his second TEDx talk.
August 4, 2014
CEU Business School's Center for Integrity in Business and Government (CIBG) held its first full executive training entitled “Managing Integrity: What Executives Need to Know” on June 23-24 in Tbilisi, Georgia. The training was the continuation of two workshops and a pilot executive training held in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan in 2012 and in Almaty, Kazakhstan in 2013. 29 business executives and managers from Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia participated in the executive training.
August 1, 2014
Several changes and new appointments in the central administration took effect on August 1. “The new organization, which streamlines the central administration by combining several functions and reducing the number of senior positions, will enhance CEU’s capacity to achieve excellence in the pursuit of our open society mission,” said President and Rector John Shattuck.