The European Union Center for Excellence (EUCE) first received funding in 1998 from the European Commission.
The EUCE organizes well-integrated, multi-disciplinary programs centered around three themes: contribute to the further development of the UW-Madison’s rich resources in European studies, encourage interdisciplinary teaching and research, and show the importance of greater understanding in the U.S. of EU models of governance.
The European Union Center of Excellence (EUCE) at University of Wisconsin–Madison has received a grant for €300,000 (ca. $430,000) from the European Commission in Brussels renewing its funding through 2014.
The European Studies Alliance Newsletter is now available online [pdf].
A team of Madison East High School students will be heading to New York on April 26, 2011 to participate in the national finals of the Euro Challenge Competition.
School Spotlight: East Students head to Euro Challenge (Wisconsin State Journal) A team of Madison East High School sophomores will compete in the final rounds of the Euro Challenge this month at the Federal Reserve Bank in New York City, with help from the European Union Center for Excellence …
The European Union Center of Excellence (EUCE) is delighted to announce that a team from Madison East High School took first place in the Regional Rounds of the Euro Challenge Competition held at the Chicago Federal Reserve on March 23, 2011.
The following story was submitted by Nancy Heingartner, the outreach coordinator at the Center for Russia, East Europe and Central Asia (CREECA). You can view a Photo Gallery of Andrei Codrescu’s visit at the CREECA website. On an unseasonably beautiful Monday in early October, I had the pleasure of escorting Andrei Codrescu, a prolific writer and social commentator, to various gatherings at UW-Madison.
UW-Madison’s Center for Russia, East Europe, and Central Asia (CREECA) is proud to present Andrei Codrescu, NPR commentator and prolific writer and editor. He will give a free, public lecture at the Wisconsin Union Theater, 800 Langdon Street, Madison, on Monday, October 4, 2010 at 7:30 p.m. During his visit to Madison, Codrescu will speak with [...]
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This year’s “William Appleman Williams Conference: 50th Year Anniversary of The Tragedy of American Diplomacy” will feature a number of lectures and talks on October 9, 2009.
The Delegation of the European Commission to the U.S. organized its first annual educational trip to Brussels, Belgium on June 20-25, 2009.
Jeremi Suri, E. Gordon Fox Professor of History and Director of the European Union Center for Excellence, appeared on “At Issue with Ben Merens” on Wisconsin Public Radio August 5th.
Professor Jeremi Suri, E. Gordon Fox Professor of History and Director of the European Union Center for Excellence, was a guest on “At Issue with Ben Merens” July 27th.
The newly debuted innovative online course – “History of US Foreign Policy and Grand Strategy”- was recently featured in the Associated Press: “UW-Madison makes an unlikely ally: the military.”
An innovative online course – “History of US Foreign Policy and Grand Strategy”- began on June 15. Open to undergraduates, the course is also a unique opportunity for military officers serving abroad.
The European Studies Alliance newsletter for spring/summer 2009 is printed and now available online.
The European Union Center for Excellence (EUCE) welcomed Geir Lundestad, Director of the Norwegian Nobel Institute, to campus in March as the 2008-2009 Marshall-Monnet Scholar in Residence.
This year, the European Union Center for Excellence provided significant research grant funding to four faculty members, three undergraduates and four graduate students.