Bulgaria

Interview with Ivan Valchanov, from UNWE

In this post we share another point of view about pro bono by Ivan Valchanov, chief assistant of Media and Public Communications department of University of National and World Economy (Bulgaria). He teaches Communication Management, Digital Journalism Competencies and Media Project Management. Denitsa Gorchalova: How do you perceive the idea of pro bono activities to…

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Interview with Martin Ossikovski, from UNWE

Martin Ossikovski is another associate professor of the Media and Communication Department interviewed by Denitsa Gorchalova. He teaches Academic Writing, English for Journalists and Sociologists and Media Ethics. Denitsa Gorchalova: How do you perceive the idea of pro bono activities to become part of the curriculum at UNWE? What are the pros and cons? Martin…

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Interview to Stela Angova, from UNWE

Continuing with the interviews to professors and administrative staff from National University and World Economy from Bulgaria, this week we will share the interview with Stela Angova, associate professor of Media and Public Communications department. She teaches Online Media, Advertisement Communication and Public Relations on the internet. Denitsa Gorchalova: How do you perceive the idea…

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Campus Pro Bono at UNWE, Bulgaria

This post is part of our series highlighting how professors and university staff think about pro bono. Denitsa Gorchilova, professor of University of National and World Economy (our partner from Bulgaria), interviewed some professors and university staff about their thoughts about pro bono in the university framework.  In this post you can read the interview…

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Campus Pro Bono Mid-Term Pilot in Bulgaria

On November 29, TimeHeroes and UNWE organized the second Campus Pro Bono Programme – mid-term pro bono pilot in Sofia, Bulgaria. The pilot was focused on helping the National Polytechnic Museum in Sofia, covering three cases in different fields of their work. Within 8 hours, 13 students and 3 mentors worked together divided into three…

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