Denise Matias successfully defends her PhD

January 14, 2018

Denise Matias (Masters program class of 2012) successfully defended her PhD at the University of Bonn. Her topic was sustainability of forestry enterprises, focusing on indigenous wild honey gathering in a biosphere reserve on the island of Palawan, Philippines. Denise says: "My master's studies at CEU's Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy provided me with a very good foundation on the topic of sustainability, introducing not only the latest research but also the pioneering work of early systems thinkers.

PhD candidate, Natalia Pervushina, teaching at the University of Yangon

December 12, 2017

Natalia Pervushina, a PhD candidate and CEU Global Teaching Fellow, will be teaching at the University of Yangon in Myanmar from December 2017 until March 2018. Natalia is the second CEU Global Teaching Fellow of the Environmental Sciences Department.

European Green Infrastructure Conference

December 10, 2017

EUGIC, a new major gathering of researchers, practitioners and innovators working on  nature based solutions (NBS) in cities was held in Budapest on 29-30 November, 2017. The department was represented by the team working on the Naturvation project.

US Embassy round-table on wildlife trafficking

November 21, 2017

Head of CEU Systems Laboratory Dr. Victor Lagutov and Phd Candidate Natalia Pervushina contributed to the roundtable discussion on Wildlife Trafficking organized by the US Embassy in Hungary, Regional Environmental, Science & Technology, and Health (ESTH) Hub office on 21st November 2017.

Syslab summer workshops ended

July 30, 2017

CEU Syslab hosted a successful series of environmental professional workshops through the ISEPEI project aimed to improve data-driven decision-making and present the latest advances in information and communication technologies (ICTs), and their application in various fields.