Greetings from Tamara Keszey
It’s been a pleasure to experience the vivid research culture of Corvinus in the last three months, since my appointment as a Vice-Rector for Research. What else could prove it more than the high number of CKK-22 applications? In the upcoming weeks it will be the task of the Corvinus Research Excellence Committee to make an accurate and professional judgement on the submitted applications and the grants to be awarded.
The March Research Newsletter abounds in calls for applications and I would like to encourage my colleagues to grab as many of these international opportunities as possible. Among these, I would like to highlight the Corvinus Professional Acculturation Program (C-PAP) academic fellowship program, which has been launched by Corvinus this year.
In order to facilitate the application process in general, we have renewed the Workflow internal application system. After registration, you will find here seven research supporting elements, including participation in international conferences and support for publishing in the form of open access and proofreading.
We are proud of our researchers’ international publication performance and would like to share the research results with the whole community of the University. Therefore, a quarterly Corvinus Research Highlights have been created and included in this Newsletter. Several of these articles will be presented in the weekly Corvinus News as well. It also means that from now on, the Research Management Office automatically and regularly report on the outstanding publications and the recently published scientific results through these channels.
We were glad to see that plenty of news items were submitted to the March Research Newsletter. For this reason, we have decided to issue it more frequently, on a monthly basis to be able to keep researchers and lecturers updated on the current calls for papers, applications, trainings and many more.
To close with, let me invite you to our – now traditional – informal networking event, the next Research Brunch. I hope to see many of you on March 23rd in the Faculty Club and hear about your latest research results and successes.
Vice-Rector for Research