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Lecture exposes reasons behind Poland refugee crisis and implied social issues in Poland

Lukasz Pawlowski, Einaudi Chair Visiting Scholar lectured Poland Refugee Crisis and implied social issue in his lecture “No country for what men? A refugee crisis and the right-wing turn in Poland,” March 2.

Summer Abroad Programs

The Cornell Institute for European Studies (CIES) offers three summer programs to promote study in Europe for eligible undergraduate and graduate students.

Each of the programs facilitates hands-on learning opportunities for students, allowing them to deepen their knowledge and appreciation for European culture, society, scientific practices, politics, and languages within distinct settings on the European continent.

Engineering workshop addresses opportunities and challenges associated with educating global engineers

Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Daniel Selva and CIES partnered to host a workshop on "International Differences in Engineering Education," August 16-18.

Engineering workshop addresses opportunities and challenges associated with educating global engineers

Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Daniel Selva and CIES partnered to host a workshop on "International Differences in Engineering Education," August 16-18.

Graduate and Undergraduate Funding Applications Now Being Accepted

Cornell Institute for European Studies (CIES) administers many funding competitions to support the study of Europe by Cornell students.

GRADUATE FUNDING:

— Luigi Einaudi Graduate Fellowship
— Manon Michels Einaudi Grant
— Michele Sicca Research Grant
— Sid Tarrow Paper Prize

UNDERGRADUATE FUNDING:

— Frederic Conger Wood Summer Research Fellowship
— Susan Tarrow Summer Research Fellowship
— Michael J. Harum Memorial Prize for Students of Slavic Languages

To apply: http://fundingapp.einaudi.cornell.edu/

Greek Snap Election Suggests an Ambiguous Path for Austerity in Europe

CIES hosted a panel discussion entitled “Decision Europe: Assessing the Greek Election and what it Means for Austerity in Europe” on Thursday, October 15, in the AD White House. The panel was moderated by CIES Director and Associate Professor of Government, Christopher Way, and featured contributions from Robin Best (Political Science, SUNY Binghamton), Mona Krewel (Government, Cornell), and Kenneth Roberts (Government, Cornell).

11/9 A reading by Ece Temelkuran

"Who are we now?" "What is the truth?" and most importantly "Is there hope?" A reading and talk given by Ece Temelkuran.

10/24 Migration of Images

Avinoam Shalem (Riggio Professor of the arts of Islam, Columbia University) and Saloni Mathur (Professor of Art History, UCLA) participated in a panel on "Migration of Images."

10/18 Spain in Crisis

A roundtable on recent developments in the Spanish political landscape.

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