MESPOM @ CEU

Teaching and learning about environmental justice: Hidden Valley and BP Horizon Oil Spill cases

October 9, 2018

In the first semester at CEU, Environmental Sciences and Policy students have the option to take a course called Environmental Justice, Politics and Humanities taught by Dr. Guntra Aistara and Dr. Tamara Steger. Students have the opportunity to assimilate their learning of course material through analyzing real-life examples of environmental issues.

Wetland Monitoring, Hungary

October 8, 2018
In the Environmental Monitoring course (CEU), students learn how to survey amphibians in wetland complexes, as part of the Hungarian Biodiversity Monitoring Program.
Environmental Monitoring (at CEU) is designed and implemented together with the Hungarian Biodiversity Research Society and the Hungarian National Biodiversity Monitoring System to collect primary data on amphibian species’ abundance and habitats.

Welcome to MESPOM - Balaton retreat

October 3, 2018

Like we do every fall, we have welcomed our new students to Hungary by hosting the annual retreat near Lake Balaton for the CEU department of Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management!

This year the retreat took place at the former Pioneer Camp in Zanka. As usual, the first day was dedicated to getting to know one another and a dip in the lake. The second day was a tour to the Balaton Upland National Park.

The retreat was attended by students from MESP (1-year), MESPOM, 1st year PhD students, and faculty and staff.

Photo credits: Attila Katona (PhD candidate)

Student Conference 2017: There is no Planet B - Solutions for Planet A

December 20, 2017

On Friday December 15, 2017 the annual student conference was held for first semester MESPOM and one-year ESP students. Each December in the final weeks of the winter semester, the students of the Environmental Sciences and Policy department at CEU host a conference they have organized themselves. The conference is organized into sessions, with each of the student presenting their own research paper they have worked on over the previous months.

Course at CEU inspires a journal publication

November 27, 2011

Anastasia Idrisova '10 (Tajikistan) and Alvin Chandra '10 (Fiji) are pleased to share their recent publication, “Convention on Biological Diversity: a review of national challenges and opportunities for implementation” in the Biodiversity Conservation Journal.