Due to the epidemic, the doctoral inauguration of the University of Debrecen will not be held, the diplomas can be picked up in person at the 212th office of the Main Directorate of the Scientific Directorate (Debrecen, Egyetem tér 1.) or by sending a request to firstname.lastname@example.org for getting the diploma by post.
A total of 125 doctoral (Ph.D.) degrees were obtained at the University of Debrecen in the fields of agricultural sciences (9), humanities (17), medical and health sciences (49), social sciences (14), natural sciences and informatics (36). year. Of the doctoral graduates, 104 met the requirements for obtaining a Ph.D. title with summa cum laude and 21 cum laude qualifications.
Based on the decision of the University Doctoral and Habilitation Council, a total of 17 lecturers met the requirements of the habilitation procedure in the field of humanities 5, 4 in the field of medicine and health sciences, 3 in the field of social sciences, 5 in the field of natural sciences.
The professor emeritus was awarded to four retired university professors of the institution – Miklós Antal, István Fekete, Péter Molnár (Faculty of Medicine) and András Kertész (Faculty of Humanities). The title of professor emeritus recognizes the achievements of the most outstanding professors of the university, the work done for the benefit of the university, and at the same time provides rights and conditions for their further activities.
The University of Debrecen’s Pro Cura Ingenii Award for their outstanding work in talent management this year for Pál Nánási (Faculty of Dentistry), György Magura (Department of Ecology) awarded by the Talent Council.
This year’s winners of the Béla Tankó Memorial Award are Zoltán Barta, Professor of the Faculty of Science and Technology, Rudolf Geszelyi, Associate Professor of the Faculty of Medicine and Ádám Kemény-Beke, former Associate Professor of the Faculty of Medicine.
On the proposal of the Scientific Council, the University of Debrecen awarded the “Female Researcher of the Year Award” to Zsuzsa Bagoly, associate professor of the Faculty of Medicine, based on her outstanding research results and publication performance.
The diplomas can be picked up in person at the 212th office of the Main Directorate of the Scientific Directorate (Debrecen, Egyetem tér 1.) or by sending a request to email@example.com to provide the diploma by post, but we hope that we will be able to make up for the missed ceremony. Zsolt Varga, Head of the Scientific Directorate of the University of Debrecen, informed.