Joe Jupille (Ph.D., University of Washington, 2000) is Associate Professor of Political Science, Faculty Research Associate in the Political and Economic Change Program at the Institute of Behavioral Science(IBS), Associate Director of the Center to Advance Research and Teaching in the Social Sciences(CARTSS) and Co-Director of the Tocqueville Initiative at the University of Colorado at Boulder. His research focuses on European Union (EU) institutions and, increasingly, on institutional choice and international trade.
FACULTY ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS:
- Dr. Susan Clarke, Professor, Department of Political Science: Susan.Clarke@colorado.edu.
- Dr. Naomi Soderstrom, Associate Professor, Leeds School of Business: Naomi.Soderstrom@colorado.edu.
- Dr. Marguerite Moritz, Professor and UNESCO Chair in International Journalism, School of Journalism & Mass Communication: email@example.com.
Felicia Martinez brings over 20 years of executive, managerial, and operations management experience to her role as Executive Director of the Colorado European Union Center of Excellence (CEUCE). Leading CEUCE in our broad mission, she has propelled CEUCE's outreach, fundraising, fluidity of our operations, and our long-term strategy into the future immensely and she continues to do so.
Elina Avanessova Day has received her graduate degree in Linguistics from Kursk State University in Russia as well as a B.A. in Economics from Moscow State Finance and Economics Institute. Elina provides administrative, budgetary and organizational support for CEUCE staff, our partners, guests, faculty and students. She has been a valuable asset to the CEUCE since November of 2011.
Sanam Yakhshibaeva is a CU Boulder senior majoring in International Relations and Peace. She was formerly the Vice-President of the Outgoing Exchange Programme for AIESEC Colorado. Sanam competed at the 2013 Model EU Conference representing Germany for CEUCE and also spent a semester abroad in Australia where she studied Complex Peace Operations. Born and raised in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, she speaks Russian, Tajik, and English.
Regina Reyes-Zaragoza is a CU Boulder senior double majoring in International Affairs and Art History. Her International Affairs thesis focuses on the data protection policies of the European Union and she spent her junior year studying at SciencesPo in Paris. Born in the United States and raised in Mexico, Regina has dual citizenship and speaks Spanish, English and French.
Keren Megory-Cohen is a sophomore currently pursuing her B.A. in Neuroscience and minor in Technology, Arts & Media at the University of Colorado Boulder. Originally from Givat Ela, Israel, she holds dual-citizenship in both Israel and the United States and speaks Hebrew as her second language. Keren plans to study abroad next year in Spain or Italy to expand her international experiences and knowledge.