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NASP/GSSPS call for applications for 34 PhD positions for 2014-15

Graduate School in Social & Political Sciences, Milan, Italy
Deadline for submitting your application is September, 30, 2014, at 13.00 (Italian time)
Qualifications evaluation and interview phase will take place in October 2014
Beginning of Courses in November 2014
Scholarships will be so distributed:

Ph.D. in Economic Sociology and Labour Studies – ESLS PhD – 13 Scholarships
Ph.D. in Political Studies – POLS PhD – 14 Scholarships
Ph.D. in Sociology and […]

September 24th, 2014|09-14, EXOPP|

Three-day conference to explore the European economic and political crisis

Sept 18-20 | University Room, Hyde Hall, UNC-CH
“A Global Perspective on the European Crisis” is a Chapel Hill conference organized into two keynote speeches, five panels, and a concluding round-table discussion. The first keynote presentation will consider Europe’s problems in the light of collective action theory. The second will discuss whether Europe is becoming an economically and politically destabilizing factor. Scholars will speak to a range of issues, always […]

September 15th, 2014|Blog, past-event|

Vacancy Announcement: CES Executive Director

The Center for European Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill invites applications for the position of Center Executive Director, employment beginning on October 15, 2014. The Center is composed of a Title VI National Resource Center, a European Union Center of Excellence, and the TransAtlantic Masters program. The Executive Director is the chief administrative officer for these programs and is responsible […]

August 2nd, 2014|Blog|

How FLAS fellowships enhanced my dissertation

By Sydney Conrad

Sydney Conrad of Charlotte, a PhD candidate in Italian Studies in the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures at UNC, was assisted by three FLAS fellowships awarded by the Center for European Studies.

Reflecting on my FLAS experience, there is only one way to describe it: extraordinary! I received the FLAS summer fellowship in 2011 and 2012 followed by the academic year fellowship […]

June 9th, 2014|Blog|

Tony Carter named first recipient of the Ruth Mitchell-Pitts START Fellowship

The Center for European Studies announced the first winner of a fellowship for students that honors the work of the Center’s former executive director. The School of Education graduate student will use the funding from the award to travel to France with his former middle-school pupils for a service learning project on World War II.

Mark “Tony” Carter, a social studies teacher at Smith Middle School […]

May 22nd, 2014|Blog|