Awards

Roman Shlyakhtin Awarded Junior Fellowship in Byzantine Studies

Roman Shlyakhtin (MA ’07, doctoral candidate) was awarded a prestigious Junior Fellowship in Byzantine Studies at the Dumbarton Oaks Research Library & Collection for the coming academic year, 2015/16.

Zsuzsa Peto has been awarded with the junior prize of the András Kubinyi Foundation

Zsuzsa Petö, doctoral student of the Medieval Studies Department has been awarded with the junior prize of the András Kubinyi Foundation for the Study of the Middle Ages. She received this award for her MA thesis “The Medieval Landscape of the Pauline Monasteries in the Pilis Forest” that had been defended at CEU last year.

The senior András Kubinyi Prize has been received by historian Elek Szaszkó, who is a teacher at Karinthy Frigyes Secondary Grammar School at Budapest. 

Academic Achievement Award for First-Year Doctoral Students for the 2013/2014

 

It is our  pleasure to inform you that Maria Vargha has been awarded the Academic Achievement Award for First-Year Doctoral Students for the 2013/2014 academic year. 

 

Award for Advanced Doctoral Students 2014-2015

It is our pleasure to inform you that Janos Incze (An Unorthodox Royal Financial Policy? The Pledges of King Sigismund in Hungary, Supervisors: Katalin Szende, Balazs Nagy) and Andor Kelenhegyi (The Construction of Identity and Alterity Through Animal Symbolism in Late Antique Jewish and Christian Tradition, Supervisor: Carsten Wilke) have been awarded the Award for Advanced Doctoral Students 2014-2015.

Andras Vadas has been awarded with the 2014 junior price of the András Kubinyi Foundation

András Vadas, doctoral student of the Medieval Studies Department has been awarded with the 2014 junior price of the András Kubinyi Foundation for the Study of the Middle Ages. András Vadas received this award for his recently published book “Körmend és a vizek.

Awarded photo made by Zsolt Hunyadi

The photo of our professor emeritus Janos Bak made by Zsolt Hunyadi (MA'96, PhD'04) -- entitled: Lifetime commitment -- was awarded at the 5th Exhibit of the IEAS (Institute of English & American Studies, University of Szeged).

Medieval Studies Alumna Wins Literary Prize

Sincere congratulations to Kateřina Horníčková and  Michal Šroněk, whose edited work "Umění české reformace 1380–1620" (The Art of the Bohemian Reformation 1380-1620, http://magnesia-litera.cz/letosni_litera/nominace#b134) was selected by the committee of Magnesia Littera book competition (Czech Republic) as the second best in "scholarly work" category.

Medieval Studies Alumnus Wins Bibliography Award

 

 

Sincere congratulations to Barry Dov Walfish and Mikhail Kizilov, whose edited work "Bibliographia Karaitica" (http://ow.ly/9WRFD)

Awards for Doctoral Students for the Academic year 2010/11

On the Medieval Studies department's recommendation the following students have been awarded the Awards for Doctoral Students for the Academic year 2010/11:    

FIRST YEAR DOCTORAL STUDENTS AWARD

  • Tamas Kis 

ADVANCED DOCTORAL STUDENTS AWARD

  • Divna Manolova
  • Mircea Dulus
  • Svetlana Tsonkova

For more information on awards, please visit: http://www.ceu.hu/admissions/f

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