replaces Russian and East European Studies in light of the increased
integration of Europe
in the post-Cold War era.
If you have any questions
or are interested in learning more about
the program, please feel free to contact the Program Coordinator, Dr.
Cora A. Granata at firstname.lastname@example.org
or (657) 278-3568.
Panel on Perceptions about Contemporary Germany
Thursday, April 18, 2013, 1:00 P.M. Titan Student Union Pavilion B
As part of Humanities and Social Sciences Week’s theme of “Exploring Human Identities,” the students of the European Studies Society wish to invite you to a panel of speakers on “Present and Future Perceptions about Germans and Germany,” to be held Thursday, April 18 at 1:00 pm in Titan Student Union Pavilion B. Light refreshments, including Turkish-German Döner Kebab and German pastries, will be served. We hope to see you there! Please see the attached flyer and contact Dr. Cora Granata, European Studies Society advisor, if you have questions at email@example.com.
European Studies offers
interdisciplinary exploration of Europe as a dynamic, multicultural world
region. It provides students with a broad historical background in the
political, economic, social, and cultural composition of today's Europe
while setting the study of Europe within a global context.
This is an ideal program for students whose interests and career objectives
are in areas such as business, journalism, entertainment, government service,
law, or education as well as those who plan to study some aspect of the
European experience at the graduate level. The program provides students
already majoring in an existing discipline or department (i.e. history,
business, art, economics, philosophy, etc.) the opportunity to have a
second major or a related minor. In addition, the program fulfills the
various cultural objectives common to any liberal arts program. It would
be a particularly good choice for students seeking teaching credentials.