Nadezhda K.  Stoyanova

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Present address:  Permanent address:
Kerepesi Dorm, No. 418 “Obelia 1” Dstrict,
Kerepesi ut. 87  Bl. 117, Entry 2,  Apt. 30
H-1106 Budapest  Sofia 1387
Hungary  Bulgaria


HIGHER EDUCATION

Central European University
MA Student in Nationalism Studies Program
CEU Partial Fellowship
MA Thesis: The Civilian Powers of the EU in Light of its Conflict Management Capability: Responses to Northern Ireland, Cyprus and Macedonia

Supervisors: Dr Florian Bieber and Dr Michael Merlingen
Budapest, Hungary
2005-2006

to be defended in June 2006
University College London-SSEES
MA in Politics, Security and Integration
OSI Chevening Scholarship
MA Thesis: (De)securitizing Identity in South-Eastern Europe: the Bulgarian Turks from the 'Revival Process' to Euro-Atlantic Integration
Supervisor: Dr Felix Ciută
London, UK
2004-2005

University of National and World Economy
BA in International Relations
BA Thesis: The Exetrnal Factors' Role in Strengthening Regional Cooperation Models: Comparing South-Eastern Europe and Latin America
Supervisor: Prof. Dinko Dinkov

Second Major: Law – Currently in Fourth Year
Sofia, Bulgaria
Graduated with Cum Laude in 2004;
GPA: 5.73/6.00

University of Wisconsin -Eau Claire
A non-degree one-year undergraduate exchange program through Open Society Institute-New York
Major: Political Science, World Politics
Eau Claire, WI USA
 Academic Distinction: Fall  2001 and Spring 2002
       GPA: 3.81/ 4.00

LANGUAGES
Active
Passive
English
Excellent
Excellent
Macedonian
Very Good
Very Good
Russian
Good
Very Good
Spanish
Good
Very Good
French
Basic
Good
German
Basic
Basic

Computer literacy – Microsoft Office, Windows XP; Mac OS X; SPSS; Internet research

WORK EXPERIENCE
PERIOD
SEBA Agency-Sofia
>> Translator and Interpreter from and to English
1999-2000,
Summer 2003
Interview for a CEU Roma Scholarship Program
>> Interpreter for the Open Society Institute-Sofia
    December 2003
Teaching Assistant at the Religion and Philosophy Department, UWEC, USA
>> Examining students’ class diaries and papers
>> Organizing discussions with professionals on course topics
    February-May 2002

INTERNSHIPS

Diplomatic Institute to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bulgaria
http://bdi.mfa.government.bg/default_e.htm

>> Assistant in oganizing a training course for junior diplomats in security and integration issues
>> Transcribing an audio recording of an international Millennium discussion on regional security challenges for Bulgaria
    March-April 2004
WITNESS-New York, USA
http://www.witness.org/

>> Transcribing and translating video footage on human rights abuse prepared by WITNESS’s partners
>> Maintaining contacts with partners in Sri Lanka, Burma, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo and Romania
June-August 2002
Open Society Institute – OSI Chevening Pre-departure Orientation in Istanbul
>> UCL-SSEES Grantees Guide
    September 2005
2004 OSI-UEP Scholarship -- Co-interviewer in Sofia
First Bulgarian OSI-UEP Alumni Reunion in Sofia -- Assistant organiser
    March 2004
American Model United Nations Secretariat, Chicago, IL, USA
>> Research Assistant and UWEC Model UN Member
    Spring 2002
International Folk Fair, UWEC 
>> Co-organizer and Representative of Bulgaria
Central and Eastern Europe Education Award
    October 2001
 

ACTIVITIES

Student Council - CEU                                                                          http://www.ceu.hu/sc/
>> Member in the Travel Grants and Scholarships Committees
    September 2005
Democratic Leadership Program (DLP) organised by the Council of Europe and the Human Rights Students' Initiative (HRSI)                                           http://www.hrsi.ceu.hu/
    March 2004
Human Rights Advocacy: Planning, Organising, Persuading Training – led by Dianne Post (Director of the European Roma Rights Centre)                          http://www.errc.org/
December 2005
The London Women in Leadership Forum                                 http://www.qsforums.com/
>> Participant       
August 2005
Slovo -- an Interdisciplinary Journal on Russian, Eurasian and East European affairs       >> Editor                                                                             http://www.ssees.ac.uk/slovo.htm
October 2004 – June 2005
7th International Postgraduate Conference on Central and Eastern Europe                                                                                                                 http://www.ssees.ac.uk/events.htm
>> Assistant: contacts, funding & Embassy reception       
December 2004  - Februrary 2006
President of the International Relations Research Student Association - UNWE-Sofia
>> First International Students Festival in UNWE, Sofia
>>  “How to Blow the Balkan Mess Away” Roundtable for Academics and Professionals   
 2003 -- 2004
April 2004
March 2004
2002 World Peace Study Program College Essay Contest - Edgewood College, Madison, WI, USA
>> Presentation of the awarded essay   
The Wisconsin Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies Award


March 2002

Member of Pi Sigma Alpha
the US National Political Science Honor Society                 http://www.apsanet.org/~psa/

Since Spring 2002

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