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Senior Fellows Program

The Center’s Senior Fellows program recognizes individuals of distinguished accomplishment in academia, business, government and the policy arena who possess a unique perspective on and understanding of Europe and its role in the world. Non-residential Senior Fellows serve as strategic advisors to CES and help advance its mission to stimulate new thinking and research on Europe.

Louise Richardson, Vice-Chancellor, Oxford University & CES Senior Fellow, pays tribute to Stanley Hoffmann (December 3, 2015).
Nicolas Berggruen, Chairman, Berggruen Holdings & CES Senior Fellow
  • Through their informed interest in the Center’s endeavors and distinct experiences in the world, Senior Fellows provide counsel on strategic priorities, strengthen the Center’s connection between theory and practice, and serve as a source of ideas for new areas of focus.
  • Senior Fellows engage in the intellectual life of the University and serve as a conduit for academic and political communities to learn from each other. They participate in CES activities and engage in seminars and discussions with faculty and students.
  • With their leadership and expertise in political science, economics, history, sociology and law, Senior Fellows help solidify the Center’s position as the preeminent forum for learning and debates on Europe.

Questions concerning CES Senior Fellows should be addressed to Assistant to the Directors and Program Assistant, Laura Falloon.