CEU Alumni News

Alumnus Taleski Named NATO Ambassador

February 3, 2021

CEU alumnus Dane Taleski (POLS '15) has been named Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Republic of North Macedonia to NATO.

Ambassador Taleski presented his credentials to NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg last month, January 18, 2021. He is the first Permanent Representative of the Republic of North Macedonia, after it became the 30th member of the alliance in March 2020.

Congratulations, Dane!!

Stronger. Together: Online Meetups Draw Hundreds Worldwide

January 19, 2021

From Saskatoon to Johannesburg - CEU alumni on five continents joined together for Decembers #StrongerT

#StrongerTogetherCEU Challenge Calls for Solidarity

December 1, 2020

This year has been one for the record books. And now, CEU alumni around the world are being asked to close and eventful 2020 by standing together in support of their university.   

Last month several CEU Board of Trustees members, led by author and Board Development Committee Chair Kati Marton, pledged $100,000 in matching funds to the university. With their pledge, they challenged alumni to join them in giving at the close of one of CEU’s most challenging years. See video. 

UPDATE: CEU Campus Access

November 4, 2020

The CEU Senate has moved all CEU classes, in Vienna and Budapest, online until the end of the semester, December 18. Both campuses remain open for essential personnel.

Alumni can continue to research, collect and return library books, use photocopiers and scanners at the Budapest campus. All must adhere to C-19 protocols at all times: wear masks, wash hands and keep apart. No congregating in front of the university is allowed. 

The Biggest Lesson: Alumna Earns CEU Distinguished Teaching Award

November 2, 2020

It was late winter, 2020. Erzsebet Strausz was in New York, and things were getting worrisome.

Covid-19 had arrived, putting the city in lockdown and snarling travel. A Department of International Relations alumna (IR ’08) and assistant professor, Strausz had her hands full trying to advise and keep safe a dozen CEU students studying at the Bard Globalization and International Affairs Program.