Supporting the work of graduate students and nurturing their innovative scholarship on Europe is central to the mission of CES. This year, CES awarded fellowships to 17 students and granted affiliation to 10 new Ph.D. students. CES congratulates these scholars.
Dissertation Grant Recipients
The CES community continues to grow and add new, exciting members to its community.
Four graduate students from Harvard University were awarded a Dissertation Completion Fellowship and thirteen graduate students from Harvard and MIT were the recipients of Krupp Foundation Dissertation Research Fellowships from CES this year.
Undergraduate Grant Recipients
Despite pandemic-related travel restrictions, CES is pleased to support 34 Harvard College students to engage with Europe via virtual internships and senior thesis research this summer. CES congratulates these students and highlights their diverse interests and projects here.
Nurturing interest in Europe among Harvard College students is central to the CES mission. Despite pandemic-related travel restrictions, CES is pleased to support 34 students to intellectually engage with Europe via virtual internships and senior thesis research this summer. CES congratulates these students and highlights their diverse interests and projects in the videos and links below.
COVID-19 Update – Since March 16th, CES has been working remotely and the building has been closed to the public. All events at CES have been cancelled until further notice. Please visit the Harvard University Coronavirus website for regular updates on the university's policies.
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Peter A. Hall is Krupp Foundation professor of European studies at Harvard University and the editor with Michèle Lamont of Successful Societies and Social Resilience in the Neoliberal Era. Rosemary CR Taylor is associate professor of sociology and community health at Tufts University and has written widely on epidemics, past and present.Read more
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