2020 Regional Studies Association Annual Conference – Postponed to 2022

2020 Regional Studies Association Annual Conference – Postponed to 2022 On 13th March 2020, the Board of the Regional Studies Association, in close consultation with the local organising team, took the decision to reschedule the Annual Conference in Ljubljana, Slovenia, to…

Practical training in the Land of Maramureş, 15-19 April 2019

Practical training in the Land of Maramureş, 15-19 April 2019 The Centre for Regional Geography organizes a practical training in the Land of Maramureş aimed at the students of the Faculty of Geography at all academic levels and study lines,…

A New Master’s Programme at the Faculty of Geography for the Academic Year 2020/2021: Spatial Analysis and Territorial Organization

A New Master’s Programme at the Faculty of Geography for the Academic Year 2020/2021: Spatial Analysis and Territorial Organization OVERVIEW Spatial Analysis and Territorial Organization is a two-year, full-time research master’s programme in Geography, fully taught in English, which is…

“CGR Meetings” – 12 Editions of Debates on Regional Development and Territorial Planning

“CGR Meetings” – 12 Editions of Debates on Regional Development and Territorial Planning The Centre for Regional Geography celebrates ONE YEAR of events generically entitled “CGR Meetings”, dedicated to specialists working in the field of regional development and territorial planning,…

Romania – a State without an Integrated Network of Cycling and Pedestrian Tourism Routes

Romania – a State without an Integrated Network of Cycling and Pedestrian Tourism Routes The guest of the February edition of the CGR Meetings was Radu Mititean, lawyer, Executive Director of “Napoca” Cycling Club and President of the Romanian Cyclists’…

The Faculty of Geography of Babeş-Bolyai University – the Host of an Academic Event Focused on Cartographic Heritage and Digital Librarianship

The Faculty of Geography of Babeş-Bolyai University – the Host of an Academic Event Focused on Cartographic Heritage and Digital Librarianship The Faculty of Geography of Babeş-Bolyai University organizes, together with the Commission on Cartographic Heritage into the Digital of…

How “Green” Is Mobility in Romania?

How “Green” Is Mobility in Romania? The guest of the February edition of CGR Meetings is Radu Mititean, lawyer, Executive Director of “Napoca” Cycling Club and President of the Romanian Cyclists’ Federation. With a pioneering role in all that means…

Regional Inequalities in Romania – A Topic of Current Research and A Challenge for the Post-2020 Programming Period

Regional Inequalities in Romania – A Topic of Current Research and A Challenge for the Post-2020 Programming Period The Centre for Regional Geography hosted another presentation in the series of CGR Meetings on 16 January 2020. The presentation on Regional…

Regional Inequalities in Romania – Topic of Debate at the “CGR Meetings”

Regional Inequalities in Romania – Topic of Debate at the “CGR Meetings” The Centre for Regional Geography continues the series of CGR Meetings in 2020. The January guest is Professor József Benedek and the topic proposed for debate is Regional…

How Can a Village Become Remarkable?

How Can a Village Become Remarkable? The last edition of this year’s CGR Meetings, hosted by the Centre for Regional Geography, was marked by the activity of Cluj Cultural Centre, an NGO from Cluj-Napoca. The presentation was focused on some…