The Center’s work is supported by a diverse range of individuals, from first-year students to professors emeriti, to seasoned staff and dedicated community members. Our staff support the Center’s daily operations, while our advisory board provides guidance on long-term strategic plans. Our affiliated faculty and graduate students contribute to a broad spectrum of activities, including teaching Europe-related courses, organizing events, and serving as expert speakers for our educator trainings across North Carolina. Visiting scholars arrive via support from the DAAD (German American Academic Exchange), European universities, and the Center. All involved with our work are passionate about bringing education on Europe to the public.