On June 6, CEU presented results of current Open Society University Network Science Shop projects. Read the report here.
June 3 event in Vienna gathers more than 350 members of the CEU community.
CEU recently hosted representatives from CIVICA universities to continue service to society initiatives across the alliance.
Verzió Vienna features seven powerful documentaries and several masterclasses.
Conference at CEU hosts discourse regarding the “third mission” of universities.
CEU Cultural Heritage Studies, Jewish Studies and Culture Hub collaboration brings HerMeS lecture-concert to stage.
Science shop as a concept was born on citizens’ demand for the universities to help answer questions and challenges of their own communities. It has evolved into various shapes and forms over the years but the core mission is the same: to engage citizens, civil society organizations and public bodies in education and research related collaborations with the university, always keeping an eye on public benefit. In practice, the incoming questions or requests are transformed into course assignments, internships, thesis works or research projects .
Students from underprivileged backgrounds with a successful path in higher education share their stories on camera for younger peers.
“Learning should not be a privilege,” says CEU’s eldest student.
OSUN Science Shop opens call for Austrian civil society organization collaborations.