7 colleagues received awards for outstanding contributions across teaching, research and service.
The 2021 edition of the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU), prepared by ShanghaiRanking Consultancy were released this week. Political Sciences and Public Administration top CEU’s subject areas this year, ranking at 76-100 globally (tying at number 2 in Austria) for the former, and 101-150 for the latter. Other CEU subjects that placed this year include Economics (151-200) and Psychology (201-300).
Philosopher, feminist and democracy advocate Nancy Fraser will be featured on May 6 in a CEU-hosted public interview.
CEU Associate Professor Xymena Kurowska discusses the work of CIVICA's thematic group.
CEU participates for the first time in the annual Austrian Political Science Association conference, Political Science Day.
The ESS is considered one of the highest quality surveys in Europe, and inclusion is a marker of considerable achievement.
The award committee notes “that Schneider is on track to become one of the most cited political scientists in his cohort.”
A multidisciplinary and transnational research team, in which Professor Judit Sandor is one of the Principal Investigators, received the grant for a six-year project that seeks to reconstruct the development of a common European identity after the Second World War.
Assistant Professor Hyaesin Yoon from the Department of Gender Studies and Professor Carsten Schneider from the Department of Political Science have been selected as the recipients of the 2019 CEU Distinguished Teaching Award. The annual award recognizes CEU faculty members for outstanding teaching, linked with the mission and institutional ambitions of CEU.
Five CEU master’s students participated in the intensive Allianz Summer Academy.