Awards

József Laszlovszky receives the 2020 CEU Distinguished Teaching Award

We are proud to announce that Professor József Laszlovszky, Director of the Cultural Heritage Studies Program, received a CEU Distinguished Teaching Award this year.

Péter Bara receives the Academic Youth Award of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2020)

February 6, 2020

We are pleased to announce that Péter Bara, class of 2013 graduate of the MA program of CEU's Department of Medieval Studies, has received the Academic Youth Award of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences for his research in medieval Byzantine philology. Péter is a PhD candidate and has been a young research fellow at the Academy's Research Center for the Humanities Institute of History since 2018. This year, altogether twenty-two scholars working in the humanities and the natural sciences have been awarded by the Academy.

Zara Pogossian Receives Prestigious ERC Consolidator Grant (2019)

December 10, 2019

Zara Pogossian, alumna of CEU’s Department of Medieval Studies (PhD 2011) has been awarded a prestigious 2019 European Research Center (ERC) Consolidator Grant. Dr Pogossian’s project seeks to establish a new framework for studying the Caucasus, Anatolia and northern Mesopotamia (CAM) between the 9th to 14th centuries.

Emese Muntan Wins the RefoRC Paper Award 2019

October 4, 2019

Emese Muntan has won the RefoRC Paper Award  2019 for her paper Uneasy Agents of Tridentine Reforms—Catholic Missionaries in Southern Ottoman Hungary and Their Local Competitors in the First Half of the Seventeenth Century, presented at the Ninth Annual RefoRC Conference on Early Modern Christianity in May of this year.

Medievalists bring home special prizes from the Hungarian National Conference of Scientific Students’ Associations (OTDK) 2019

April 30, 2019

We are pleased to announce that two of our students won special prize at the 34th National Conference of Scientific Students’ Associations (OTDK) held on April 24-26, 2019. John Kee, second-year master's student, received the special prize awarded by the Hungarian Society for Ancient Studies, and Michal Machalski, our first year master's student, the special prize of the Hungarian National Museum.