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Trade, Technology, and the Transatlantic Relationship

Please join the Center for European Studies in welcoming European Commission Executive Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis. Executive Vice President Dombrovskis will be joined by Dr. Erica Owen, Associate Dean of the Pitt Graduate School for Public and International Affairs for … Continued

Federal Careers (Security and Defense)

This virtual event is part of the TransAtlantic Masters Program Fall Friday Lecture Series. Aberdeen works for the US Department of Defense. She is a 2003 graduate of the TAM Program. After completing the core module in Chapel Hill, NC, … Continued

MEET-EU: European Expert Career Virtual Panel

“The Nitty-Gritty of Applying for a Job in the EU/Europe; from Writing a Resume to a Successful Interview” This panel is designed for students and alumni to apply successfully for a job in the EU/Europe. European Human Resources experts and … Continued

Global Careers for LGBTQ Folk

Members of the LGBTQ+ community play key roles in international business, diplomacy, advocacy, and scholarship, but they can also face unique challenges in global careers because of their sexuality, sexual orientation, gender identity, and/or gender expression (on top of all … Continued

How Europe (Mis)Understands Black America

Gary Younge, author, broadcaster, and editor-at-large for The Guardian based in London, England and Professor of Sociology at the University of Manchester will be delivering the 2021-22 Jean Monnet Center Distinguished Lecture. Europe's views on Black America are informed by … Continued

Carolina Seminar on Transnational and Global Modern History

Our speaker is Dr. Sascha Auerbach, a Lecturer in Modern British and Colonial History at the University of Nottingham and currently a Leverhulme Research Fellow. His paper is entitled: “‘You Don’t Do Justice Betwixt I and Master:’ Early Responses to … Continued