On Thursday, April 28th, the Capstone Class of 2016, International Affairs, was honored to present their final product to their clients, Head of the United Nations Liaison Office for Peace and Security (UNLOPS), Rory Keane, and Carlo Schmid Fellow, Annika Koehnert. The final presentation tied together three months of hard work, which allowed students the opportunity to […]
Prof. Dr. Gabriele Cosentino, Adjunct Professor of Communication Studies, presented his paper ‘Empowering local identities through global television formats in China and India: a comparative analysis of Super Girl and Indian Idol 3′ at the conference ‘Comparing Media Systems in BRICS Countries: A Review of Conventional Paradigms.’ The conference took place at the Higher School […]
Prof. Dr. William L. Chew III’s recent publication, ‘John Quincy Adams: American eyewitness of the Hundred Days, has appeared in Napoleonica La Revue 2015/3 (nr. 4) p. 61-109. The journal is published by La Fondation Napoléon.
Vesalius College is pleased to invite you to the evening guest lecture ‘Protocol and Etiquette: Building a Distraction Free Environment for Diplomacy & Business.’ When: April 28 (Thu): 6pm – 8pm Where: Vesalius College, Pleinlaan 5, 1050 Brussels (Rome Room) Speaker: Günter Frommelt, Deputy Chief of Protocol for the Government of the Principality of Liechtenstein […]
On April 21, Vesalius College welcomed Ms. Rhonda Ocha, Vice President of Customer Deliverty at MasterCard Europe, to Prof. Billingsley’s Introduction for Business course. Ms. Ocha has spent nearly 20 years with MasterCard Europe which includes extensive experience in leading cross-functional teams across Europe in various roles from manager to Vice-Presensident of Customer delivery. She has further […]
Center for Peace and Cooperation, one of the two IA Capsone student think tanks at Vesalius College, has successfully organised their conference ‘What we learned from Peacekeeping – First-Hand Accounts’ on April 19. Students invited Ambassador Mohamed Igueh Ofleh, Deputy Representative of the African Union to the Brussels Office, and Ms. Karin Limdal, Strategic Planner at the European External […]
Vesalius College is pleased to invite you to the evening guest lecture ‘Regions within the EU: Why Are They Back? – Brussels Perspective.’ When: April 25 (Mon): 6pm-7:30pm Where: Vesalius College, Pleinlaan 5, 1050 Brussels (VeCo room 3) Attendance is free but registration is required. <Speaker’s Profile> Lorenza Badiello is Director of the […]
A group of VeCo students have been working on a project called ‘Newsworthy.eu’ with Prof. Serge Stroobants. Its goal is to challenge extremism by providing source verified news articles, training information on source verification and outreach programmes designed to teach source verification skills to youth. Their website Newsworthy will be competing with projects from other […]
Vesalius College is thrilled to announce this year’s honours class, which will be launched in cooperation with the Global Economic Symposium (GES). This inter-disciplinary honours class consists of 10 highly motivated and talented students from VeCo’s four departments (Business, Communications, International Affairs, and International & European Law).
Energy is at the heart of economic development: It fuels transportation systems, powers factories, lights government and office buildings, schools and hospitals, heats homes and keeps foods cold. EU’s prosperity and security thus hinges on a stable and abundant supply of energy. But where does the energy for daily use actually come from? What is […]