Lecturer switches to video: Students are used to seeing our faces, now we must get used to it
Josef Šaur from the Department of Slavonic Studies and many other lecturers across Masaryk University show that there is a silver lining to every cloud, even during the current state of emergency.
The university will be without contact teaching until at least mid-May
Today, the rector of Masaryk University Martin Bareš has decided to extend the measures that were taken in order to prevent the spreading of coronavirus.
Women in science at Masaryk University: From contemporary history to leukaemia research
In February we celebrated the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
Eminent art historian Hans Belting receives an honorary doctorate from MUNI
The German researcher Hans Belting, who donated thousands of books to the MU Faculty of Arts, has both personal and professional ties to the institution.
I’d love to spend the rest of my days in Brno, says a Buddhist monk
Dharmapriy Sraman had always dreamt of travelling and studying in Europe. He fulfilled his dream at Masaryk University.
Historians receive a generous gift of over 1,200 books from Germany
The Hans Belting Library at the MU Faculty of Arts will receive books from the estate of the well-respected art historian Ursula Nilgen.
Punitive gods shaped civilisation as we know it
Experiments conducted by experts who study religion show that the development of the first large civilisations was facilitated by people’s fear of moralising gods.
Million euro for the top researcher: the MUNI Award competition is now open
Researchers have until 13 October to apply and the winner will receive funding of one milion euro for five years from Masaryk University.
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