SEPTEMBER 19, 2020
The Jean Monnet in the U.S.A. Series, #JMintheUS is an initiative of several EU-funded Universities across the United States. The world has shifted to virtual events, making new kinds of collaborations possible. Co-sponsors of the #JMintheUS initiative can better share programming related to the European Union and European Union studies, increasing access to more communities throughout the country.
Click on the above image for the events, all of which are open to all audiences. Virtual attendance may be limited, so early registration is recommended. For more information about the events and details about how to register, follow the link to see information on the primary organizer’s website. The European Studies Center at the University of Pittsburgh is proud to host this page for information purposes, but is not responsible for the events being organized by partner institutions
Call for Papers:
“Reconsidering the European Project in a Time of Change”
The EU Studies Program is holding its annual student conference on April 15-17 at Georgia College in Milledgeville.
Enhance your resume or simply learn more about the European Union! This conference provides students interested in international careers or pursuing EU Studies within the University System of Georgia to present a paper at a locally accessible academic meeting or learn more about the EU and or the European Union Studies Program of the USG.
The topics of the meeting are indicated by the titles of the Paper Panels that will be presented.
- What is Next For the EU?
- The EU and the Balkans
- China and the EU
- The EU: Learning to Live with Russia
- The Eurozone
- Populism, Nationalism, and the EU
- Climate Change, the Environment, and the EU
- Transatlantic Relations
Other Paper Topics Will Be Considered
Submit Paper Proposals To:
Professor Hank Edmondson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Professor Michael Baun (email@example.com)
Professor Christopher Lawrence (firstname.lastname@example.org)