TAM students traveled to New York on April 2nd for site visits (UNHRC, UNWOMEN, The Tenement Museum and the Danish Consulate General) plus an alumni dinner and a Transatlantic graduate seminar with NYU and University of Hannover students. On their final day in the city they attended an NYU […]
The TAM Alumni panel provided a wonderful opportunity to hear from graduates of the program working for the US government, Global Ties US, the College Board, the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) and BCBSNC. TAM professors, administrators, students, accepted applicants and prospective applicants joined with the graduates to […]
The TAM Alumni External Advisory Board members held their inaugural meetings on March 28 and 29th at UNC-CH. This small group of program graduates will undertake a number of exciting initiatives and serve to strengthen TAM’s alumni network. The Board will meet in Chapel Hill each spring in conjunction […]
The Annual TAM Alumni Panel Discussion will take place on the UNC-CH campus on Friday, March 28, 2014. We look forward to welcoming program graduates, current students, accepted applicants as well as prospective applicants to join us for this event and a reception to follow. TAM faculty members and […]
As a capstone event concluding POLI 733, Professor Christiane Lemke’s European Integration: Theories, Institutions and Decision-Making Processes course, TAM students presented their final papers over the course of a two-day conference. Please find the conference schedule below and link to select papers.
Transatlantic Masters Seminar – Workshop at UNC-Chapel […]
Application Deadline: February 28, 2014
The European Parliament invites graduate students (US citizens only) to apply for a full-time internship in its Washington DC office from mid-April to mid-July 2014, with the possibility of a two-month extension in Brussels and Strasbourg. The deadline for applicants is February 28th so don’t […]
The TAM class of 2015 celebrated the end of a wonderful fall semester with a cupcake decorating party on December 2nd! We wish the TAM I students well as they gear up to study in Europe this spring. And we can’t wait for the NYC trip in April with […]
Over the fall break (October 16-18) TAM students traveled to DC for site visits at the World Bank, the EU Delegation to the US, The German Marshall Fund, Kyle House Group, and the US Department of State. In addition, TAM hosted a current student – alumni reception at […]
On October 2nd, after the EU Ambassador, João Vale de Almeida, spoke at UNC about European foreign policy, the TAM students had the opportunity to meet with him for a private reception. The students were interested in the Ambassador’s background as a journalist and found his talk to be […]
On Friday, September 20th, TAM students as well as administrators, visiting scholars, and faculty connected to UNC’s Center for European Studies (CES) gathered at the home of Professor John Stephens, CES Director, to welcome the new TAM students and to celebrate the new academic year. Dinner was served, […]
The Center for European Studies is pleased to welcome the 2013-2015 TransAtlantic Masters Class to UNC-CH. There are 16 incoming students this year. Students in both the TAM I and TAM II cohorts come from a variety of states, including Georgia, California, Maryland, New York, Maine and North Carolina […]
TAM graduates gathered with administrators, professors and site directors June 14 to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the TAM program. The party took place at Winston House, UNC’s London property on Bedford Square. In attendance were site representatives from Amsterdam, Bath, Berlin, Bremen, Madrid, Paris, and Siena, a current […]
TAM II student Megan Poole recently received a DACOR Bacon House Foundation Fellowship to fund her second year in TAM. She is the first student from Carolina to earn this prestigious award designed specifically for second-year MA students who are US nationals with an interest in foreign service.
Next year […]