Seven members of the TAM Class of 2015 returned to Chapel Hill this weekend to celebrate their graduation. Professor John Stephens hosted a reception in their honor at his home. Three of this year's graduates intend to pursue doctoral degrees in Political Science. Several graduates are in DC working for organizations such as Voice of America and Freedom House. Another one is in New York [...]
We are very proud to announce that TAM student, Michelle Offik, was recently awarded a 2015-2016 Fulbright U.S. Student Award to Germany.
Michelle is currently in Europe. She interned at Atlantic-community.org from January to March of this year and is currently studying at the Humboldt University, Berlin. She describes her Fulbright project below.
"Narrowing the lens on language [...]
Two of the second-year TAM students traveled back from Europe to the US this spring to take part in a conference at Yale University. The Center for European Studies was able to provide some travel funding for their trip.
We invite you to read about their conference experiences below.
Lucie Hinzelin: The European Student Conference (ESC) held at the [...]
On the afternoon of March 20th, 2015, TAM graduates, students, and accepted applicants joined with faculty and administrators connected to the program. Four alumni, representing the professional fields of international education, federal service, private industry, and think-tanks/NGOs, served as our featured panelists. A reception followed the presentations and question and answer session.