Recipients of the European Award for Excellence in Teaching

European Teaching Award: Academic Year 2020-2021: Maria Kaika

Central European University (CEU) is pleased to announce the winner of the tenth annual European Award for Excellence in Teaching in the Social Sciences and Humanities as Prof. Dr. Maria Kaika of the University of Amsterdam. The prestigious European award is accompanied by the €5,000 Diener Prize, and will be presented at CEU’s Opening Ceremony in September 2021.

European Teaching Award: Academic Year 2019-2020: Sarah Morton, Donata Romizi

Dr. Donata Romizi, University of Vienna (UW), and Dr. Sarah Morton, University College Dublin (UCD) are the joint recipients of the 2020 European Award for Excellence in Teaching in the Social Sciences and Humanities. The award is given by Central European University (CEU) and accompanied by the €5,000 Diener Prize.

European Teaching Award: Academic Year 2018-2019: Georgina Blakeley

Dr. Georgina Blakeley, formerly Director of Teaching and Deputy Head of School at the Open University (OU) in the United Kingdom, is the winner of the 2019 European Award for Excellence in Teaching in the Social Sciences and Humanities. The award is given by Central European University (CEU) and accompanied by the €5,000 Diener Prize.

Dr. Blakeley was presented with the award at CEU's Opening Ceremony for academic year 2019-2020 on 13 September, 2019.

European Teaching Award: Academic Year 2017-2018: Katharine Sarikakis

CEU honors Professor Katharine Sarikakis, Professor of Communication Science, Director of the Media Governance and Industries Research Lab, and Jean Monnet Chair of European Media Governance and Integration at the University of Vienna, with the seventh annual European Award for Excellence in Teaching in the Social Sciences and Humanities.

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