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January 19, 2012

EUROPEUM Institute-Prague Summer Program

Deadline: May 31, 2012

The EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy - a think-tank that undertakes programs, projects, publishing and training activities related to the European integration process organizes the 10th year of the summer school program for university students in July 2012.

In July 7- 19, 2011 the summer school under a title "Europe At The Crossroads" will take place in Prague. You can find further details on our homepage www.europeum.org/ess2012 or you can see the promotion leaflet at http://www.europeum.org/ess2012/doc/poster2012.pdf.

Posted by juliahla at 04:18 PM

January 12, 2012

CFP Workshop: European History Workshop (U-M)

The European History Workshop (EHW) is an interdisciplinary setting for graduate students interested in European history and culture. The EHW is looking for graduate students to present their seminar papers, prospecti, fellowship applications, and dissertation chapters in an encouraging environment. The workshop is also a great opportunity for students who would like to participate in discussions and to share ideas about European history with fellow scholars.

This term the EHW will meet February 9th and 23rd, March 8th and 22nd, and April 5th from 6-8 pm in 2773 Haven Hall. Dinner will be provided for participants at each meeting. If you are interested in presenting your work or attending a meeting, please email the EHW co-coordinators, Trevor Kilgore (tkilgore@umich.edu), Lissy Reiman (ajreiman@umich.edu), and Matt Woodbury (mwoodbury@umich.edu).

Posted by juliahla at 02:59 PM

January 05, 2012

The long international cycle (CIL) Recruitment and Course

The French Ecole Normale d'Administration is currently recruiting outstanding young civil servants or graduate students intending to enter civil service in the United States, and who wish to avail themselves of the excellent and selective training in civil administration and European governance available at l'ENA. In order to broaden l'ENA's base of recruitment for its International Cycle, we would be very grateful to you for disseminating this information among your graduates and alumni contacts in local or national government service.Attached is the brochure of the International cycle and the form for candidates.Candidates may apply through the Embassy of France, throughout the month of January 2012.

More information is available on http://www.ena.fr/index.php?/fr/formation/Cycles-internationaux/cil

Posted by juliahla at 04:55 PM