Migration is a risky business, and a recent study lead by scientists at University of Debrecen (Hungary) suggests that migration will be even riskier in future. The article published in Trends in Ecology & Evolution, a leading international outlet in biodiversity and conservation.
For the first time, the University of Debrecen has appeared in the ranking of higher education institutions compiled on the basis of QS employment results. UD made it to the top 500 based on employers’ opinion, the performance of its graduates, and its corporate relations.
Szabolcs Szanyi, senior lecturer of the Institute of Plant Protection of the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences and Environmental Management of UD has won the UNESCO MAB Young Scientists Award. He has been conducting research into the Bereg Plain for years.
As of 22 September 2021, all employees and students of the University of Debrecen are required to wear a mask that covers their mouths and noses in working hours and in school hours in all rooms used for working and teaching purposes, as well as in public areas and restrooms.