The European Crisis and Its Aftermath
Wednesday, October 23
Guthart Cultural Center Theater
European Studies presents a panel titled The European Crisis and Its Aftermath. This panel will discuss the European economic crisis and the effects that it has had both in terms of the economies in Europe as well as Europe's ability to influence external affairs. We will discuss what has happened since the crisis occurred and what solutions have emerged and what problems still linger inhibiting a full and speedier economic recovery.
Panel participants include:
- Constantine Alexandrakis- Director of European Studies, Department of Economics
- Tina Mavrikos-Adamou-Department of Political Science
- George Papaioannou, Vice Dean of the Zarb School of Business and Professor of Finance
- Carolyn Dudek-Department of Political Science (panelist and moderator)
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
Breslin Hall 100
The European Commission of the Twenty-First Century: Inside the ‘Black Box’
The European Commission is one of the world’s most powerful influential international administrations, but many questions about the organization and its staff remained unaddressed by scholars. This talk presents the findings of a major research project on the origins, careers and beliefs of Commission officials.
Sara Connolly, Reader in Personnel Economics, Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia
Hussein Kassim, Professor of Politics, School of Political, Social and International Studies, University of East Anglia
Wednesday, November 9, 2012
Homeland Security in the European Union and Why it Matters for the United States
Professor John Occhipinti
Location: 201 Barnard Hall
Professor Occhipinti has become the expert in the field of EU security and EU-US coordination of security issues and will be sharing with us some of his current research. He has published extensively on EU security issues and has lectured for the US Foreign Service Institute and has briefed newly appointed US Ambassadors to the European Union on transatlantic relations and internal security.
Monday, March 28, 2011
Europe's Relations with Israel: From Colonial Palestine to the Present
Professor Yossi Ben-Artzi
University of Haifa
Time: 10:10 - 11:05
Location: 201 Brower Hall
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