Antoine Ripoll, “Europe Today and Tomorrow: Preparing for the Next Years”
Please join us on Tuesday, December 6 for a roundtable discussion with Antoine Ripoll, Head of European Parliament Office in DC.
Europe in Crisis: Finance, Migration, and Brexit
Is the European Union’s move toward an “ever closer union” in jeopardy? Will Britain leave the EU and trigger a broader unraveling of European integration? How will these shocks and crises transform domestic politics? What impact will Europe’s economic and political crises have on the United States, international security, and the global economy in the years ahead?
WELCOME TO THE CENTER FOR EUROPEAN STUDIES AT UW-MADISON
U.S. Department of Education Title VI National Resource Center
The Center for European Studies (CES) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison belongs to a select group of U.S. Department of Education “Title VI” National Resource Centers that are granted funds to educate university audiences, the K-14 community, the broader public and state agencies about Europe. CES has been an official National Resource Center funded by the U.S. Department of Education and the university since 2000 and has received renewed funding for the 2014-2018 cycle.
CES brings together scholars from across the campus and links departments, courses, and people to offer further stimulation through symposia, conferences, and guest speakers on a variety of topics concerning Europe.
The UW-Madison is home to more than 20 departments offering Europe-related courses. Students at the university have the opportunity to study almost all European languages.
European Studies is comprised of the Center for European Studies, the Center for German and European Studies, and the Jean Monnet European Union Center of Excellence.