Ludoviki Prize for Professor Stanislaw Sroka of the Jagiellonian University

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Professor Stanislaw Sroka, Dean of the Faculty of History of the Jagiellonian University (UJ) in Krakow, received the Ludoviki Award, which was presented to him at a ceremony at the National University of Public Service in Budapest.

The Ludoviki Award recognises individuals whose outstanding academic, public and professional achievements, knowledge and life path are exemplary. In establishing this award, the Senate of the University of Public Service emphasised that it would be awarded to highly respected and internationally recognised individuals whose activities serve the cause of ‘Central European thought’ and the interests of Hungary and the Central European region.

The first recipient of the Ludoviki Prize was Professor Stanislaw Sroka, dean of the Faculty of History at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. He studied history at the Jagiellonian University and at the Eötvös Kollégium of the University of Budapest. His research interests include the history of Central Europe with a special focus on Hungary and the presence of Polish students at Italian universities in the Middle Ages.