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James M. Lang, CTL Distinguished Visiting Professor, Spring 2018

September 27, 2017

James M. Lang, Associate Professor of English and Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence at Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts, will return to CEU this spring as CTL Distinguished Visiting Professor. An internationally acclaimed teacher and writer on teaching, Jim will lead a CTL Seminar for Doctoral Students, "Starting Your Teaching Portfolio," from April 4-25, 2018.

European Teaching Award: Academic Year 2016-2017: Petra Aczél

CEU honors Prof. Dr. Petra Aczel, University Professor and Head of the Institute of Behavioural Science and Communication Theory, Corvinus University of Budapest, with the sixth annual European Award for Excellence in Teaching in the Social Sciences and Humanities

European Teaching Award: Academic Year 2016-2017: Maurizio Pirro

CEU honors Professor Maurizio Pirro, Department of Literature, Language and Arts, University of Bari, Italy, with the sixth annual European Award for Excellence in Teaching in the Social Sciences and Humanities.

A distinguished scholar of German Literature at University of Bari, Professor Maurizio Pirro, who has been recognized for pioneering interactive teaching, was a recipient of the sixth annual European Award for Excellence in Teaching in the Social Sciences and Humanities, awarded at CEU's Opening Ceremony on September 15, 2017.

CTL Certificate Program graduates

June 9, 2017

At a certificate celebration event on June 8, 2017 we presented an interdisciplinary group of CEU doctoral students who have completed the CTL Certificate Program for Excellence in Teaching in Higher Education with their well deserved CTL Certificates. The total number of CTL program graduates is 17 in this academic year.  We are extremely proud of all our students!

Audio Diaries: Call for Participation

March 8, 2017

The CEU Center for Teaching and Learning has recently joined the two-year long "Sound Relations - Transgressions, Disruptions, Transformations" project funded by the Central European University's (CEU) Intellectual Themes Initiative. The project is a collaborative effort, involving the CEU Center for Teaching and Learning, the Center for Media, Data, and Society, the Blinken Open Society Archives and several academic departments, to harness sound's transformative potential for teaching, learning and research. Read more