April 09 2019
“Without Television, the Civil Rights Movement Would Have Been a Bird without Wings” On Friday April 5th, 2019, Dr. Kathleen Wickham was invited by Empire State College to give a special lecture at the University of New York in Prague on the theme of human rights and the role of the media in historical context. Dr. Wickham, currently serving as “Chair of the Americas” at the University of... Read more >
March 28 2019
The honorable Sara Jane del Carmen, presiding judge of the merged municipal courts of Colleyvile and Keller, made a presentation on the 25th of March on the role of the US courts of justice in the fight against terrorism. In front of an interested audience judge del Carmen referred to the difficult balance between maintaining the constitutional guarantees and fighting the terrorist threat... Read more >
March 27 2019
Prague’s TEDx enthusiasts and TEDxUNYP supporters had to wait a little longer for this year’s event, but it was worth the wait! Previously held in November of each year, the university TEDx event has now moved to its new mid-March slot for 2019 and all future events. TEDxUNYP 2019 did not disappoint, with nine new speakers – including chemists, poets, politicians, students, designers and... Read more >
March 20 2019
The University of New York in Prague (UNYP), has won the Czech Superbrands award for the fourth year in a row. “Four years in a row says a lot about UNYP and the Czech market for private higher education, we are honored that the Business Brand Council continually recognizes our brand as one of the most recognizable and trusted private universities in Czech Republic” commended Mark Anderson,... Read more >
February 19 2019
This month we were thankful and privileged to have had Professor John (Iannis) Mourmouras, Deputy Governor of the Bank of Greece, present his lecture entitled “Recent developments in the European Union: a look to the East” to our graduate and undergraduate students. We are delighted to offer you a summary of this lecture.  Professor Mourmouras opened his lecture with a few thoughts on... Read more >


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