Alumni Stories

Alumna Danilova Wins Journalism Award

April 20, 2020

Alumna Maria Danilova's (POLS '03) was recently awarded the Matthew Power Literary Reporting Award from New York University's Carter Journalism Institute. Her longform reporting has appeared in such renowned publications as Harper's Magazine and the Atlantic, among others.

Alumnus Lala Elected Kosovo Deputy Regional Development Minister

April 20, 2020

CEU Alumnus Fridon Lala, (SPP ‘19) was recently elected Deputy Minister for Regional Development in Kosovo. 

CEU On Wheels: Alumnus Shuttles, Guides Students in NYC

April 7, 2020

Like many alumni, Kossi Binesi Atchrimi (IR ’19, USA) counts his time at CEU as among the best in his life. 

Therefore, when the NYC-based alumnus heard last year that students from his program were arriving in the Big Apple to continue their studies, he didn’t hesitate. 

“We were good friends back in Budapest,” he said. “And when I heard they were coming here I said ‘what time should I pick you up’?” 

Starting last summer and through this academic year, Kossi would gas up his car and drive out to the airport to pick up IR students arriving to study at Bard College. 

Alumna Kaklauskaitė Publishes on Cybersecurity

April 3, 2020

CEU Alumna, Volunteer and former Alumni Scholarship Recipient Milda Kaklauskaitė (IR '17) recently published a timely article on the role of regions in strengthening Europe’s cybersecurity, in the latest European Cybersecurity Journal. Congrats, Milda!

CEU Alumna Czako Named 'Manager of the Year for Society'

March 19, 2020

CEU alumna Borbála Czako (BUSI ’90, Hungary) was named Manger of the Year for Society 2020 earlier this month by the Hungarian Association of Executives for her work as president of the Hungarian Business Leaders Forum.