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Greetings from Tamara Keszey

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Dear Colleagues,     

It is an undeniable fact that by the beginning of this summer vivid research life has irrevocably returned to Corvinus. The University can be considered again as a research hub after two years of online conferences and workshops: Corvinus has recently hosted several international and domestic project-closing conferences while some others gave an insight into the current state of new and exciting scientific fields.  

On the other hand, Faculty members are on the road again participating in conferences and workshops across Europe. All these events greatly contribute to the development of a researcher’s career. It is a great opportunity for them to get useful feedbacks on their papers and expand their professional network. Therefore, it is our aim to continue this tendency and support the organization of and participation in high-ranking international conferences.  

The Research Management Office also contributes to this abundance in workshops and in-house networking by organizing the tradition Research Week. Nearly forty lectures, discussions, workshops and forums await Corvinus lecturers, researchers, colleagues and PhD students in-person and online between June 20-24. We hope to see many of you in the various events.  

The Research Week will start with the display opening of the abstracts posters of major international publications on the 2nd floor of the Main Building. In case you can’t make it to be present on June 20th Monday at 10.30 to raise our glasses together and celebrate excellence, make sure you check the posters out when you walk through the Main Building in the summer. Colleagues are kindly invited to the Research Week Closing Lunch as well to be held on June 24 Friday in the Faculty Club. Please note that prior registration is required.  

After such an intense and fruitful semester all I have left to say is that I wish all of you a relaxing summer holiday rich in experience and joy.   

Best regards, 

Tamara Keszey   
Vice-Rector for Research   

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