Exploring the University in April and May

Several faculties of the University had various programs in April. The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Faculty of Economics, Health Sciences and Social Studies and the Faculty of Law held conferences and talks.

April events by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Psychology days

Between 14-16 April, Hungary’s greatest, 3-days long Psychology conference was held at Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary. The free conference took place at the Psychology Institute (1037 Budapest, Bécsi út 324.).

The title of this year's conference is "The Scales Game", a game of finding balance, and its lectures and workshops will seek answers to the questions of what does balance mean in our lives? Is it possible to remain unshaken when everything around us is constantly being upset? How does our inner calm, our sense of security in everyday life affect what is happening in the world?


Multimodal code-switching conference

The university’s Benda Kálmán College of Excellence in Humanities and Social Sciences hosted the ‘Multimodal code-switching’ bilingual conference between 20-22 April. The theme of the three-day international conference was the study of multimodal code-switching, i.e., the composition, function and stylistic aspects of multi- and translingual phenomena in different media of art. Presenting the work of the KRE and LangueFlow research group, Code Shift in the Arts was featured in English and Hungarian sessions on Thursday and Friday, and an open forum on Saturday.


April events by the Faculty of Economics, Health Sciences and Social Studies

Lónyay Management Lectures

Domokos Horváth, who was selected as the Young CEO of the Year in 2022, was the speaker at the next "Lónyay Management Lectures" on Wednesday 12 April 2023. The "Digitalisation in the Economy" specialisation will be launched at the faculty in Autumn 2023, which gives a special relevance to the lecture "Leadership and Organisation in the Digital Age", through which the faculty would like to inspire its students to have the courage to use the opportunities of our time and to plan their careers consciously.

On the next Lónyay Management Lectures on Wednesday, May 10, 2023, the faculty will be hosting Ulrich Kiss SJ, Jesuit monk, economist, former manager and rector of the College of Management, who will give a lecture entitled "Management by Jesus".

Fashion Revolution Week

On 26 April 2023, the Faculty of Economics, Health Sciences and Social Sciences of KRE hosted one of the events of the 2023 Fashion Revolution Week, in cooperation with Fashion Revolution Hungary.

At the panel discussion "Craftsmanship and Heritage at the Heart of Fashion", Péter Szilvássy talked to designers Rózsa Navona and Zsófia Papp, master tailor Katalin Tóth Erika and Gabriella M. Walek, Head of FRH Hungary.

The issue of sustainability is one of the most important economic and societal topics that also affects clothing - therefore, our faculty was pleased to host a discussion on fashion sustainability in the context of the "Value-based management" course.


May past events by the Faculty of Law

The Centre for Parliamentary Studies (CPS) at Széchenyi University, and the Faculty of Law of Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary organized a conference titled ‘Parliamentarism Day’ on 2 May 2023 with the support of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung. The event was held in the Károlyi-Csekonics Palace and was opened by rector Prof. Dr. László Trócsányi for Károli Gáspár University, dean Péter Smuk for Széchenyi University and Head of Representative Office Michael Winzer for Konrad-Adenauer-Siftung.

The conference had four sections: The Parliament as a legislator, The past and present of the Parliament, Parliament and the division of powers, and Representation of nationalities in the Parliament.


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