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Congratulations to Marley Jacobson '22, Winner of the the 2022 EU Program Best Senior Thesis Award
June 15, 2022

Congratulations to Marley Jacobson (SPIA '22), winner of the 2022 EU Program Best Senior Thesis Award for her thesis "Sharing the stage: A comparative analysis of the far-right in Eastern and Western Europe" (advised by Rafaela Dancygier)!

The competition is on for the 2022 EU Program Best Senior Thesis Award!
April 25, 2022

In order to be considered for the EU Program Best Senior Thesis Award, a senior thesis must deal with European integration, have both grades from the two readers be in the “A range” (A-/A/A+), and be nominated by its department and/or adviser. Departments can nominate several theses that qualify. The…

Congratulations to Zoe Kassinis '21, Winner of the the 2021 EU Program Best Senior Thesis Award
May 25, 2021

Congratulations to Zoe Kassinis (SPIA '21), winner of the 2021 EU Program Best Senior Thesis Award for her thesis "Locked out of lockdown: An analysis of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on asylum policies in Europe" (advised by Sophie Meunier)!

The competition is on for the 2021 EU Program Best Senior Thesis Award
April 26, 2021

In order to be considered for the EU Program Best Senior Thesis Award, a senior thesis must deal with European integration, have both grades from the two readers be in the “A range” (A-/A/A+), and be nominated by its department and/or adviser. Departments can nominate several theses that qualify. The…

Read Andrew Moravcsik's "Why Europe Wins" in the Fall 2020 issue of Foreign Policy
Sept. 28, 2020

Read "Why Europe Wins", the latest provocative and optimistic analysis of the European Union by EU Program Director

Speaker series on EU Responses to the Covid-19 Crisis
Aug. 31, 2020

The EU Program at Princeton is running a speaker series of virtual talks on EU responses to the Covid-19 crisis in Fall 2020. More information on signing up for the talks will follow. They will take place as usual on Wednesdays between 12:15pm and 1:15pm.

Congratulations to Laetitia Derrough and Justinas Mickus ’20, co-winners of the 2020 EU Program Best Senior Thesis Award
June 3, 2020
Laetitia Derrough (Politics):  “Left Behind: German Political Parties and the Refugee Crisis” (advised by Rafaela Dancygier) Justinas Mickus (Politics): “European Competition Policy in the Time of Digitization, Geopoliticization, and Brexit” (advised by Sophie Meunier)