Student conference 2022

December 6, 2022

Right before the Christmas break MESPOM and MESP students participate to the yearly Student Conference. The event closes the academic period before the holidays and opens up to creativity and imagination. The conference gives free space to students to deepen their knowledge and present their findings on a topic of their interest. The students show their presentations to their colleagues, professors and external participants.

Below some insights from students’ presentations.

Towards Innovation: What is the Nuclear Path and Who are the Actors

Who are the ones to favor atom in Hungary, and what distinguishes them from anti-nuclear ones? How is it possible that the path of nuclear energy can continue in the country even with a large-scale social rejection?

Eszter Mátyás, our PhD student had written a Hungarian blog post on her dissertation topic for the Political Science Institute's blog of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences receiving high interest.

Interview with our guest speaker, Federico Demaria on 'The Case for Degrowth'

February 24, 2021

Federico Demaria is an Assistant Professor in Ecological Economics and Political Ecology at the University of Barcelona, and Associate Researcher at the Institute of Environmental Science and Technology at Autonomous University of Barcelona.

Life and classes in Vienna: meet Sophie Röhrl, CEU General Alumni recipient from MESPOM batch 16

November 17, 2020

Meet Sophie Röhrl, MESPOM student batch 16 and CEU General Alumni Scholarship recipient. Sophie is part of the first class starting their MESPOM journey at the Vienna campus.

Community Gardening Blog 3. The Nitty Gritty: Basics of Crop Rotation, Weed and Pest Management

May 4, 2020

by Barbora Stankova, Kollie Tokpah, and Anam Riaz

So, you have found yourself stuck in quarantine with nothing to do but watch Tiger King and reluctantly do your readings? If your days are slowly becoming one long, never ending Tuesday,and leaving for your state-mandated walk seems like a chore by now, learning a new hobby might be the answer to getting your morale up, just like everyone constantly recommends.