• The Center for European Studies (CES) is a hub for European research and university collaboration.
  • CES facilitates meaningful and intelligent commentary on the social, political, cultural, and economic issues that Europe faces in today’s world through two foci, the core of Europe and the view from its periphery.
  • The Center offers language and area study in Polish, Turkish, Greek, Hungarian, and Czech.
  • CES trains students for careers in government, academia, NGOs, and the private sector.
  • CES supports faculty through travel grants, course development grants, training, and professional development. CES also sponsors a faculty working group on Migration.
  • The Center for European Studies provides experiential learning opportunities through abroad programs and internships. Competitive travel funding for undergraduate summer language study abroad and graduate language study are available.
  • The Center offers two undergraduate European studies minors, two certificates and a graduate certificate in Modern European Studies, and provides advising for the Europe track of the International Studies Major.
  • CES outreach provides educational enrichment for university audiences, reaches out to the K-12 community, and the broader public, and serves as an information source for state agencies.