Solidarity with Ukraine
The College of Humanities is offering temporary placements for Ukrainian researchers:
CDH in brief
This year our school has 74 employees, seven faculty members and 130 teachers, and offers 146 classes on a wide variety of topics. We are also home to two research centers – the Digital Humanities Institute (DHI) and the Institute for Area and Global Studies (IAGS) – as well as EPFL Pavilions and the CDH-Culture program, which puts on a range of artistic and cultural events.
Our teaching, research and public outreach activities are carried out using what we call a POLY-perspective approach based on the principles of:
- cross-disciplinary thinking
- big-picture awareness
- responsible citizenship
The newsletter of the College of Humanities appears approximately every two months. It includes upcoming events, the latest news, as well as various news about collaborators and current projects.