Using Your Degree for a Career in Political Risk

March 6, 2017

During a rich and informative presentation on March 2, Tom Wales and Michael Denison spoke about the diversity of career options in political risk – and some of the hard and soft skills that employers in this area look for when they are hiring.

Connecting Remotely to Career Talks on Campus

February 28, 2017

SPP students and alumni have participated in a number of career talks this academic year starting with a recruitment talk by Open Society Foundations in November.

More Information Can Lead to Greater Uncertainty – not just in Syria!

February 22, 2017

In a public lecture at CEU’s School of Public Policy on February 16, Lisa Wedeen explored how the proliferation of information sources and acceleration in the circulation of news has contributed to greater uncertainty, rather than relieving it. During her presentation, Wedeen, who is the Mary R.

Public Policy Students Win Prize at Village Festival

February 14, 2017

Professor Andrew Cartwright took a group of his students to Etyek in late January to participate in Picnic Flavours of Winter on Gasztrosétány. “I took them because it was a chance to see a village in action,” explained Cartwright, who teaches a two-credit elective at SPP on Rural Development Policy.