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Mény becomes president of Scuola Sant'Anna

Congratulations to former EUI President Yves Mény, who was recently appointed President of the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna.  Sant’Anna is a public university in Pisa, Italy, which offers training and postgraduate courses in Economics and Managerial Science, Law Science, Political Science, Agricultural Science and Biotechnology, Medical Science, and Industrial and Information Engineering. EUI Life asked Professor […]

New ICT director

David Scott will be joining the European University Institute as Director of ICT from 30 September

Le Coppe Pavone

For the first time the Coppa Pavone Femminile was played alongside the traditional Coppa Pavone tournament.

EUI rowers participate in Vogalonga

Last month the EUI rowing club took part in the Vogalonga, a 32 kilometre regatta around the bay and canals of Venice. This year’s race took place on 19 May and featured over 1,700 boats and 3,000 rowers with the EUI using an eight-person racing boat. The race began at 9.00am with cannon fire signalling […]

Administrative staff round-up

Congratulations are in order for a number of administrative staff who have assumed new positions as temporary or contract agents, since the beginning of this year. New Temporary Agents include Judith Przyrowski and Fatma Sayed in Academic Services; Alessandra Torre in the Personnel Service; Sarah St John in the President’s Office;  and Raul Pessoa in […]

New director arrives at EU Historical Archives

The Historical Archives of the European Union, part of the EUI campus, has hired a new director from UNESCO. Dieter Schlenker began his new role on 7 January, after more than three years as the head of UNESCO’s Information and Knowledge Management Unit in Bangkok. While there Schlenker was involved in running the office’s library, […]

In-house lawyer joins the EUI

The EUI now has an in-house lawyer, who will support both the academic departments and administrative services. Polyxeni Melidou began her new job as legal advisor on 7 January, after almost four years at the European Commission’s Research Executive Agency (REA) in Brussels. Although she is formally attached to the Personnel Service, Melidou says she […]

Buildings expert joins the EUI

The Real Estate and Facilities Service (formerly the Logistics Service) has hired Walter Pugliese, a mechanical engineer, for the new position of Buildings Expert. The position entails the management of all of the EUI’s 14 sites, and includes acting as the EUI’s go-between in dealings with local and national authorities, builders and providers on business […]