The anonymous electronic evaluation of courses takes place from 5 to 23 January. The results including comments are to be published at the beginning of the summer semester.
In the interview with Prof Tomáš Halík from the Faculty of Arts, he commemorates the 10th anniversary of the death of his close friend, Václav Havel, one of the most prominent figures of the Velvet Revolution and the first president of the Czech Republic.
On Wednesday, 15 December 2021, the president of the Czech Republic named new professors. On the proposal of the Charles University Research Board, four experts from the Faculty of Arts.
On 6 December 2021, Zorica Dubovská, one of the most prominent persons of the Czechoslovakian-Indonesian relations in the past seventy years, passed away aged 95.
The International Institute for Hermeneutics at the University of Warsaw appointed Tomáš Halík (Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Faculty of Arts, Charles University) an honorary professor. Simultaneously, Prof Halík has become the first foreign laureate of Józef Tischner Award for prominent intellectuals, journalists, and social activists.
A little over two months ago, Charles University launched its new discovery service UKAŽ facilitating the simultaneous and smooth search of printed, digitised and electronic resources. The system was a complete redesign and streamlining of its forerunner, integrating the catalogues of more than 60 CU libraries.
On an international conference “The Role of Christians in the Process of European Integration” in Krakow, Prof Halík received Bishop Pieronek’s Award for his outstanding stances and achievements in connecting Christian and European values.
The Faculty of Arts, Charles University, commemorates the Velvet Revolution by symbolically lighting up the building in nám. Jana Palacha in the colours of the Czech tricolour. Many others important buildings have lit up in the commemoration on 17 November at 17:11.