More information about the Modern Greek Studies trip to Cyprus can be found on a previous blog post about the trip and on the MGS Facebook page for the trip.
Learn about EU Day and the keynote delivered by David O'Sullivan, Ambassador of the EU to the U.S. on the 15th Annual EU Day on March 15.
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.
Dr. Margit Tavits discussed langauge and gender as a part of the EUC Faculty Lecture Series.
Watch the collection of online roundtable discussions on different EU issues sponsored by the University of Pittsburgh.
Watch the EUC Sponsored Roundtable on Transatlantic Relations after the 2016 US Election with Moderator Niala Boodhoo
Missed an EUC-hosted lecture? Our blog's video tag has archived previous EUC-sponsored lectures.
|Students meet with H.E. Mr. Ioannis Kasoulidis, |
Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cyrpsu
|Students meet the Christian Orthodox Archbishop, Chrysostomos II|
|Throni, the tomb of Archbishop Makarios III, the first President of the Republic of Cyprus|
|Image Credit: Deval Kulshrestha, |
|Kyoto Protocol Signings|
(countries in blue have agreed to the protocol)
|For four weeks this summer, political science professor John Vasquez |
will lead students through Austria as they write papers on conflicts
between countries during WWI. They will present their papers at a
conference in Salzburg, held at Schloss Leopoldskron (above).
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