About the EU Program at Princeton
The EU Program at Princeton, supported by a grant from PIIRS, sponsors events and activities at Princeton University relating to the European Union and European politics generally. These include an active seminar series, an annual research workshop, policy meetings, public commentary, visiting fellows, graduate and undergraduate student activities, a Senior Thesis prize, and formal partnerships with Humboldt University, Sciences Po, and the University of Geneva.
Founded in 2004, the program is directed by Andrew Moravcsik and Sophie Meunier. The EU Program welcomes proposals for collaboration from students, scholars and fellows. Our explicit goal is to serve as the center of a university-wide network in EU studies and to that end, we aim to organize 100% of our activities in co-sponsorship and collaboration with other Princeton University programs and regional affiliates.
Euro Area Architecture: What Reforms Are Still Needed and Why?Wed, Oct 23, 2019, 12:15 pmLocation: Robertson 023Speaker(s):
The US, European Defense, and Mark Twain's "Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics"Wed, Nov 6, 2019, 12:15 pmLocation: Fisher Hall 200Speaker(s):
CANCELLED (Postponed to later date) -Europe Bracing for the Storms: How the EU’s new leadership should deal with Trump and XiCANCELLED (Postponed to later date) -Europe Bracing for the Storms: How the EU’s new leadership should deal with Trump and XiWed, Nov 20, 2019, 12:15 pmLocation: TBDSpeaker(s):