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Funding Opportunities

Cornell Institute for European Studies (CIES) administers many funding competitions to support the study of European languages, culture, and society. In addition, student organizations that are registered with Cornell’s Student Activities Office may request co-sponsorship funding from the Institute to support multidisciplinary curricula, research projects, initiatives, and events centering on Europe.

Funding opportunities are available to faculty, graduate students, undergraduates, and university groups.

For more information please visit: https://cies.einaudi.cornell.edu/funding

Interdisciplinary Minor in European Studies

Students in any college may register for an undergraduate minor in European Studies. The minor provides a coherent structure for students with an interest in interdisciplinary study in the field of European studies which will complement their major in a traditional department. Completed registration forms should be submitted to the Cornell Institute for European Studies in 120 Uris Hall. A copy of the transcript should be included.

For more information please visit: http://cies.einaudi.cornell.edu/minor-european-studies

Minor in European Studies

Students from any college may choose an undergraduate minor in European studies to complement any major. The purpose of the minor is to provide a coherent structure for students with an interest in interdisciplinary study in the field of European studies.

Einaudi Center to host workshop for Fulbright applicants

Part philosophy, part practical tutorial, this two-part workshop aims to make proposal writing easier and more successful.

Oxford Warden's visit strengthens ties between Merton, Cornell

Through an invitation from the provost of Cornell University, Sir Martin Taylor, Warden of Merton College at the University of Oxford, recently visited Cornell to discuss greater collaboration between the two institutions. He met with a delegation led by Christopher Way, Director of the Cornell Institute for European Studies.

Massimo Piermattei gives talk at Cornell’s Romance Studies Graduate Conference

Massimo Piermattei is a post-doctoral research fellow at the University of Tuscia in the Economics and Business Department. His studies focus on the Europeanization of Italian political parties, and previously, he has studied Mediterranean Europe in the EU, Ireland, and the European integration process. On Saturday, March 12th, Piermattei spoke at Cornell University’s Romance Studies Graduate Conference “Ideas of South”. His detailed and thought-provoking presentation, titled “How many South in the EEC/EU? The Southern issues in the European integration process”, focused on the recent field of research on Southern Europe...

Lakhous Delivers Messenger Lecture on Europe's "Immigration Failure"

Bilingual author Dr. Amara Lakhous, CIES’ 2014-15 holder of the Luigi Einaudi Chair in European and International Studies, delivered two of his three Messenger Lectures on October 21 and 22.

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