CES enhances global learning
Undergraduate students wishing to deepen their understanding of the issues and events shaping Europe enroll in the EURO major, the only program of its kind in North Carolina.
To learn all the details, visit our EURO section
The TAM program trains graduate students pursuing international careers in administration, diplomacy, business, policy-making, consulting, teaching, and research. Students divide their studies between UNC-CH and one of 10 partner sites in Europe and one in Turkey.
To learn all the details, visit our TAM section
CES advances research
As part of our mission to advance scholarship on contemporary European studies, CES supports working groups that foster both faculty research and graduate student mentoring in the profession. Every working group we fund has graduate student involvement and includes non-UNC members.
Our EU in Comparative Context working group, led by Political Science professors Liesbet Hooghe, Gary Marks, and Mike McKeown, is part of a larger project on the causes and consequences of multilevel governance. We hosted the group’s conference, Design of International Institutions, in April 2013.
Read more about CES working groups
Read more about CES conferences and workshops
CES reaches the community
In March 2013 CES collaborated with World View to organize and sponsor a seminar for K-14 educators focusing on the theme Europe in Crisis? Dispelling Myths About the EU. UNC faculty and experts from the Triangle area led sessions on the politics, history, and the economies of Europe. More than 120 teachers attended, more than 20 of whom participated in a summer study program to the Balkans.
Read about K-14 outreach initiatives in our Teaching Europe section