TAM NEWS & EVENTS

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Professor David Coates to give a talk on September 22nd

  The talk, "Jeremy Corbyn and the Future of the European Center-Left," will start at 12:15pm in GEC 3009 on Friday, September 22nd. Prof. David Coates holds the Worrell Chair in Anglo-American Studies. Born in [...]

Dr. Niklas Helwig to talk on September 15th

Professor Niklas Helwig will give a talk on September 15th at 12:15pm. Location: GEC 3009 Talk title: "EU Defense Cooperation in the Trump era" Relevant article to read before the talk: http://www.fiia.fi/en/publication/644/europe_s_new_defence_agenda/ Niklas Helwig, Ph.D. [...]

September 8th – Talk to be given by Balint Magyar

Bálint Magyar is a sociologist and a former Minister of Education of Hungary. He will give a talk in our Fall Friday Lecture Series on Friday September 15th at 12:15pm. The lecture will take place in [...]

UNC-CH Professor, BANU GÖKARIKSEL, to Deliver First Friday Lecture Series Talk of 2017

We are very pleased that Professor BANU GÖKARIKSEL will give the first talk in our Fall Friday Lecture Series on September 1st at 12:15pm in Room 3009 of the FedEx Global Education Center. She is [...]

Infrastructure Investment Event with Congressman David Price – 8/29

  The Future of Infrastructure Investment:   A discussion on how to increase infrastructure in the United States & learning from the European Union investment plan: Please join the Center for European Studies at the University [...]

Refugees in Europe, GeTMA Berlin, and TAM

Refugees in Europe – 2016 and 2017 By Sarah A. Hutchison, TAM Associate Director Reaching out to Refugees Last summer U.S. media focused a great deal of attention on the refugee crisis in Europe. The [...]

What Are TAM Students Up To This Summer?

We asked TAM students at the end of their first year in the program to tell us what they've been doing this summer. Many of them are interning in the US or in Europe and [...]

University of Gothenburg Receives Funding to Partner with TAM

STINT awards funding to start double degree with TAM: In late May 2017 STINT – The Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education – awarded the Center for European Studies at the [...]

TAM Information Session in DC – July 13, 2017

On Thursday, July 13th, 2017 at 5pm, the TransAtlantic Masters Program will host an information session and reception at the EU Delegation to the US in DC. This event will bring TAM students, graduates, and [...]

TAM Graduation Party – 2017

On Saturday, May 13th TAM graduates and their friends and family members gathered for a celebration at the home of Professors John Stephens and Evelyne Huber. Seven members of TAM's eighteenth graduating class attended the [...]

Volunteering with Refugees while Overseas – A Panel Discussion

On Friday, April 21st, 2017 the Center for European Studies hosted a panel discussion focused on undergraduates who will undertake or have engaged in volunteer work with refugees overseas. Three students shared their perspectives on [...]

Brown-Bag Lunch Event – April 21st, 2017

Please join us on Friday, April 21st at 12:30pm for an undergraduate student panel focused on volunteer work overseas! GEC 3033 Drinks and cookies will be provided. Please bring your lunch.

TAM Alumni Panel – March 2017

On Friday, March 31st, 2017 TAM welcomed program graduates back to campus for our annual TAM Alumni External Advisory Board meeting and our spring alumni panel. We enjoyed hearing from the following four program graduates [...]

TAM Alumni Panel – March 31st, 2017 at 4pm

Please join us for a TAM alumni panel discussion on Friday, March 31st at 4pm. We offer this type of gathering three times a year - twice in Chapel Hill and once in DC. These [...]

TAM Students Meet with Anna Prisco, EU Press and Public Diplomacy Officer

On Friday, February 3, Anna Prisco, Press and Public Diplomacy Officer at the EU Delegation to the US  in DC, met with TAM students to discuss her work in media analysis. The town's state of [...]

Service Learning and Local Refugees – A Panel Discussion on 12/8

The TransAtlantic Masters Program hosted a panel discussion on December 8th focused on service learning and local refugee communities. We invited representatives from the Carolina Center for Public Service, Transplanting Traditions Community Farm and World [...]

Last Fall 2016 Friday Lecture with Professor Milada Vachudova 12/2

  "Repayment as Repentance? The Price of Human Rights Abuses" A Panel Discussion on Friday, December 2nd at 12:20pm in GEC 3009 Jessie Hronesova is a PhD candidate in Philosophy at the University of Oxford. [...]

UNC-CH Graduate – Dan Morrison – to give a talk on international careers – 11/28

“Dan Morrison: Navigating an International Career”| CES Lecture Series | Monday, November 28 at 2:30 pm-3:50 pm | GEC 4003 Dan Morrison is originally from North Carolina and graduated from UNC-CH with a BA in [...]

Professor David Coates to give a lecture on 11/18 – “Brexit in the Wake of the US Elections”

“Brexit in the Wake of the US Election” | CES Friday Lecture Series November 18 at 12:20 pm-1:45 pm - GEC 1009 This event is part of the CES 2016 Fall Friday Lecture Series. David [...]

Prof. Herman Schwartz to give a talk 11/11: “Inequality, Growth, and Intellectual Property Rights: The Differences between America and Europe” | CES Friday Lecture Series

“Inequality, Growth, and Intellectual Property Rights: The Differences between America and Europe” | CES Friday Lecture Series | November 11 | GEC 4003 at 12:20 pm-1:45 pm This event is part of the CES 2016 [...]

Panel Discussion: Service Learning and Local Refugee Populations 11/9

Panel Discussion: Service Learning and Local Refugee Populations November 9 at 2:30 pm-4:00 pm Three local practitioners will speak about service learning, volunteerism, and local refugee communities. The speakers are as follows: Ryan Nilsen, Program [...]

11/4 – Prof. Dr. Betina Hollstein to Give Lecture: “Social Capital over the Life-course: Social Selection in the Transition to Secondary School in Germany”

  Prof. Dr. Betina Hollstein will speak on social capital over the course of one's life, and social selection in the transition to secondary school in Germany. This event is part of the CES 2016 Fall [...]

The TAM Trip to DC 2016 – A student’s perspective

TAM student, Mareike Oldemeinen, wrote this piece about our recent TAM trip to DC over fall break. This trip takes place each October and is designed to expose TAM students to a variety of professional [...]

Friday, Oct 28th: “Corruption and the Erosion of Democracy in Southeastern Europe”

  Profs. Marko Klasnja, Dane Taleski, and Kiran Auerbach will be part of a roundtable discussion with Professor Milada Vachudova. This event is part of the CES 2016 Fall Friday Lecture Series. Kiran Auerbach is [...]

Professor Philip Ayoub – TAM Class of 2005 – 10/14

“When States Come Out: Europe’s Sexual Minorities and the Politics of Visibility” October 14 at 12:20 pm-1:45 pm in GEC 3009 This event is part of the CES 2016 Fall Friday Lecture Series, and will [...]

Professor Safia Swimelar’s Lecture – “LGBT Rights in Southeast Europe” 10/7

Please join us on October 7th at 12:20pm for Prof. Safia Swimelar's talk: "LGBT Rights in Southeast Europe: Competing Narratives of Europeanization and Nationalism" in GEC 2008-2010.   Safia Swimelar is an associate professor of [...]

Professor Natasha Warikoo’s lecture – September 30th, 2016

“The Diversity Bargain and Other Dilemmas of Race, Admissions, and Meritocracy at Elite Universities” | CES Friday Lecture Series | September 30 September 30 at 12:20 pm-1:45 pm - GEC 4003 Dr. Natasha Warikoo will [...]

TAM will be at the idealist graduate school fair – 9/27 in DC!

TAM is going to the fair!! Please come by and talk to TAM grads and administrators at the idealist fair in DC on Tuesday, Sept 27th from 5-8pm! This is a great way to find [...]

September 8th – Panel Event on Brexit

Please join our Center for European Studies and TAM Director, John D. Stephens, and UNC Professors Lisbet Hooghe, Gary Marks, Konrad Jarausch for a panel discussion on the United Kingdom's EU referendum and its aftermath. [...]

TAM Student Summer Internship: Think Tank and Civil Societies Program

Johannes Wesselhoeft is a second-year TAM student who completed an internship at the Think Tank and Civil Societies Program in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania this summer. His account of how the professional climate enriched his TAM experience follows. TAM Student Summer [...]