2021 - Associate Professor / Corvinus University / HU
2013-21 - Lecturer / Newcastle University / UK
2010-13 - Lecturer / Northumbria University / UK
2007-9 - Marie Curie Fellow / Uni of Amsterdam / NL
2006-7 - Jean Monnet Fellow / European Univ Institute / IT
[2002-5] PhD in Sociology / Corvinus University / HU
Associate Professor in Sociology
Department of Sociology and Social Policy /
Institute of Communication and Sociology
Corvinus University of Budapest / HU
Prior to returning to my alma mater in 2021, I have been lecturing in the United Kingdom for over a decade. I received my PhD in Sociology from the Corvinus University of Budapest back in 2005, and have been the recipient of two prestigious postdoctoral fellowships afterwards. First, I was a Jean Monnet Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy (Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European Forum 2006-7) followed by a Marie Curie Fellowship at the University of Amsterdam (TIES RTN, 2007-9) where I was part of the TIES ("The European Second generation") project.
I moved to the UK in January 2010 taking up a permanent lectureship at Northumbria University where I taught at both UG & PG levels and served on the departmental research and ethics committees. During my subsequent post at Newcastle University (2013-2021) I have been the Admissions Tutor for Sociology (2017-20); convened the Power, Inequality and Citizenship research cluster (2015-17) and received the NUSU Teaching Excellence Award (Taught Supervisor of the Year 2017).
Externally, I have been actively engaged in the Marie Curie Alumni Association where I chaired the Career Development Working Group. I am also a founding member of the EducEight Group, a network that organised a number of international workshops and conferences for PhD students & early career researchers since 2007. I am a fellow of the Higher Education Academy (2011) and an editorial board member of the British Journal of Sociology of Education (since 2017). I regularly review journal articles, book proposals (Palgrave Macmillan, SAGE Publishing, Polity, Routledge) and grant applications (ESRC,Leverhulme Trust) in areas closely linked to my research interests.
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