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Claudio Sopranzetti's “The King of Bangkok” Awarded by Association of American Publishers

February 18, 2022

On January 25, the Association of American Publishers (AAP) announced the Category Winners for the 46th Annual PROSE Awards honoring scholarly works published in 2021, awarding CEU Associate Professor Claudio Sopranzetti’s book “The King of Bangkok” the winner in the category

Spotlight on Presidential Scholar Award Recipient Klara Hulikova

January 11, 2022

Klara Hulikova comes to CEU’s Philosophy, Politics and Economics bachelor’s program from Bratislava, where she was a regular volunteer at a local orphanage and an active contributor to informal education efforts at her high school. After her studies she intends to return to Slovakia to combat discrimination in the education sector. In pursuit of this goal, Klara served as an academic mentor and is a former teaching assistant at the British Council.

Global Participants Practice Art of Thinking in Philosophy Undergraduate Essay Competition

December 15, 2021

Developed in 2020 as a forceful response to the pandemic, the Philosophy Undergraduate Essay Competition, organized and hosted by CEU’s Philosophy Department, brings together undergraduate students from all over the world to think and write during a 90-minute on-the-spot essay writing event.

Spotlighting Presidential Scholar Award Recipient: Tina Horvath

November 25, 2021

Tina Horvath is pursuing her BA in CEU’s Culture, Politics and Society program. Originally from Hungary, she completed several modules at Budapest’s Milestone Institute as a Roma Scholarship recipient before attending CEU. Horvath chose the university for its diversity and focus on interdisciplinary studies. Outside of the classroom, she has been involved in film festivals, fine arts competitions, photography projects and public events.

CEU Students in Scotland for Nuclear Climate Change Event During COP26

November 15, 2021

During the first week of COP26, CEU students Madalina Bot and Sophia Fehrenbach traveled to the historic Stirling Castle located roughly 30 minutes from Glasgow for the International Forum for Understanding’s November 1 Nuclear Climate Change event.