EU Day 2016

Learn about EU Day and the keynote delivered by His Excellency Henne Schuwer, Ambassador of the Netherlands to the U.S. on the 14th Annual EU Day on February 29th.

Master of Arts in European Union Studies

The European Union Center at the University of Illinois offers the only Master of Arts in European Union Studies (MAEUS) program in the Western Hemisphere. Learn more here.

EUC Dimensions of New and Heritage Language Education

Dr. Liv Thorstensson Dávila discussed langauge education as a part of the EUC Faculty Lecture Series.

Whose Legacy? Museums and National Heritage Debates

Watch the online roundtable discussion sponsored by the University of Pittsburgh.

2015 recipient of the Larry Neal Prize for Excellence in EU Studies

Read about the 2015 recipient of the Larry Neal Prize for Excellence in EU Studies, Michelle Egan, and her book Single Markets

Videos of Previous Lectures

Missed an EUC-hosted lecture? Our blog's video tag has archived previous EUC-sponsored lectures.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

The Immigration Dilemma: The U.S. and Europe Compared

Terri Givens, Associate Professor in the Department of Government at the University of Texas at Austin, is an expert on immigration issues in the U.S. and European contexts. On June 22, she was the guest on Focus 580, a live radio interview program broadcast by Champaign-Urbana's NPR station, WILL-AM 580. She delivered a public lecture and keynote address at the University of Illinois EU Center's 2011 summer curriculum development workshop.

Hear her one-hour interview on WILL-AM 580 by clicking here.

Professor Givens has done extensive research in various EU countries and published widely on topics of immigration, security, political parties, and European integration. She is a Distinguished Scholar in the Robert S. Strauss Center for International Law and Security, and was formerly Vice Provost, International Activities and Undergraduate Curriculum; Director of the Center for European Studies;and Director of the France-UT Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies. Givens is also a regular columnist for Inside Higher Ed magazine, a passionate runner and cyclist, and advocate for various health issues.

Also see: Terri Givens' blog on immigration and immigrant issues