Date: April 5 and 6, 2018
Location: Scripps College, Claremont California
Details: Accommodations, Travel and Participant Information
Apply: Individual Application or Group Author Application (Due February 16)
Past Conferences: Conference Journal, Previous Agendas
The Claremont-UC Conference is an annual event open to all US-based undergraduate students. The primary purpose of this conference is to enhance undergraduate training in and knowledge of the European Union and US-European relations. In addition, the aim of the conference is to allow students with expertise in different areas to interact with each other as well as with faculty, foster inter-campus cooperation, and recognize the excellent work achieved by students. Envisioned as an intercampus undergraduate seminar, the participating campuses simultaneously offer courses on the issues relevant in Europe today, integrating the conference with the student’s curriculum to encourage student initiated research and presentations.
Students may pursue a wide range of topics that reflect their interest, expertise, and past research. Topics may deal with any aspect of European integration or transatlantic relations. Papers can be about the EU, a particular country within the EU, or the EU’s relationship with outside countries.
Registration for the conference is available on the European Union Center of California’s website. For additional information about the Claremont-UC Undergraduate Research Conference on the European Union, please visit the Center’s website.
The European Union Center of California will pay for 2 nights hotel accommodation and meals.
Please contact the EU Center of California at (909) 607-8103 or email@example.com with any questions you may have regarding the conference.
Co-sponsored by Institute of European Studies at the University of California at Berkeley, European Union Center of Excellence at UC Berkeley, BYU Center for the Study of Europe, the David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies at BYU, European Union Center of Excellence of Seattle at the University of Washington, and Colorado European Union Center of Excellence at Denver University.