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The Colorado European Union Center of Excellence

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About CEUCE

Teaching Initiatives

CEUCE implements an ambitious teaching agenda that originates at the University of Denver to benefit its home campus and regional Mountain West partner institutions. At the core of these activities, CEUCE invites faculty to submit proposals for the development of new courses and the enrichment of existing courses, including EU and Comparative Regionalism Studies, EU Communication and Information Studies, EU Economic Studies, EU Historical Studies, EU Intercultural Dialogue Studies, EU Interdisciplinary Studies, EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies, EU Legal Studies, and EU Political and Administrative Studies. Different subject areas, such as sociology, philosophy, religion, geography, literature, arts, music, sciences, environmental studies, and global studies may also be associated with this field of study when an effort to include an element of teaching, research or reflection on the EU and contribute, in general, to the Europeanization of curricula. CEUCE will accept proposals that include a budget not to exceed 30K over a three-year period. To find out more about the teaching grants and the application process, please visit the Opportunities page.

Additionally, CEUCE hosts teaching workshops for graduate students, business professionals, high school educators, journalists and more. Please view our archives for examples of past and future opportunities on the Events page to learn more about our service in facilitating the EU/US transatlantic relationship.