October 7, 2014
PhD student in the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology Ilker Corut was awarded the best translation prize of the Turkish Academy of Sciences for his translation of Dipesh Chakrabarty’s seminal book “Provincializing Europe” (Bogazici Universiy Press, 2012). For more information, see https://sociology.ceu.hu//node/41619
September 9, 2014
PhD student in the Department of Philosophy Isik Sarihan’s project, entitled "The Internalist-Intentionalist Research Program" was awarded a year of funding by the Swiss Sciex-NMS-Ch program. The project will be run at the University of Fribourg, under the supervision of Gianfranco Soldati. For more information, see https://philosophy.ceu.hu//node/41270
August 4, 2014
Hungarian news portal vs.hu reported on what foreigners like about living in Hungary. They interviewed six young people who came to Budapest and stayed. Derya and Gabriela, who study at CEU’s Department of Medieval Studies, emphasized the architecture, which carries the imprint of the past centuries like a living book of history. Derya, who comes from Turkey, was amazed by how much freedom people have here. ”In Hungary, everybody behaves and dresses anyway they like! In my country, if somebody looks and acts different, people exclude them and speak ill of them.
June 17, 2014
Joci Marton, who completed the Roma English Language Program and is now graduating from the Roma Graduate Preparation Program, volunteers with Uccu, a Hungarian NGO that facilitates dialogue between Roma and non-Roma elementary and middle school students.
June 3, 2014
The Hungarian weekly tabloid HOT! published an interview with current Business School Part-time MBA student Marta Hollo. Hollo used to be presenter, reporter and editor of Fokusz and Fokusz Plusz, two of the most popular television shows on Hungarian commercial television channel RTL Klub.
March 25, 2014
CEU’s Department of Legal Studies has a tradition of awarding grants to the highest achieving students to visit prestigious law schools and research centers in Europe and North America for research. For the first time, these opportunities were made possible by the generous donations of alumni. As a result, Volodymyr Rog of the International Business Law (IBL) master’s program spent five weeks at Cornell Law School in January and February.