2015 Summer Research Scholar Program

Date: 
Friday, May 15, 2015 - 3:30pm to Saturday, August 15, 2015 - 3:30pm

Through its Summer Research Scholar Program, the European Union Center of Excellence (EUCE) in collaboration with the University Library System (ULS) at the University of Pittsburgh seeks to facilitate and further research on all aspects of European integration and the European Union.  The EUCE and ULS are offering short-term (1-4 weeks) research grants to post-doctoral and senior scholars to be in residence at the University of Pittsburgh. ​
 
Applicants for the Summer Research Scholar’s Program should be pursuing a research project on any aspect of European integration or the European Union.  Proposals should emphasize how the time in residence at the University of Pittsburgh will advance their research project.
 

World Trade Day: "Advancing Colorado Around the Globe"

Date: 
Tuesday, May 19, 2015 (All day)

Imagine an international trade and investment conference with over 400 participants from across the Rocky Mountain Region with visiting delegations from around globe discussing the most innovative advanced industries in our state – advanced manufacturing, aerospace, bioscience, clean technology/energy, electronics, engineering/infrastructure, and information technology. This, all set in the most conducive venue for networking, is the 42nd Annual World Trade Day Conference hosted by the Rocky Mountain World Trade Center Institute.

Leading and Managing Across Cultures in Northern Europe: the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, and Luxembourg

Date: 
Friday, June 12, 2015 - 4:15pm to Tuesday, June 30, 2015 - 4:15pm

Info Session: Tuesday, February 3rd 5:00-6:00 at Leeds Rm#K230

This global seminar will give students the opportunity to understand all these topics through visits to companies, organizations, and institutions in this region of Europe. Students will meet with international business professionals from European companies and from other organizations and institutions operating in Europe whose international operations and tasks are affected by increasing diversity and change. During this direct experience, students will seek to understand how managers from different industries hire and manage a diverse global workforce to lead across different cultures within multinational companies and international organizations in the current global market. Skills developed within this program are not limited to European cultures and they can be applied in other cultural contexts as well.