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How Best to Integrate Postgraduate Research into Academic Conferences?

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As academic coordinator of the European Union in International Affairs (EUIA) conference that took place in Brussels this May, Lisanne Groen introduced Young Researchers’ Masterclasses, which saw senior scholars give feedback on papers and presentations of early career researchers, and provided them with useful networking opportunities. In future, running the masterclasses before the conference, as […]

What Next after #UACES2016?

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With the UACES 2016 conference coming to a close, Viviane Gravey and Anna Wambach offer some suggestions for postgraduate researchers on how to make the most of a conference once it has finished. They recommend maintaining the momentum, both for one’s research and network, and planning ahead for future conference opportunities. The run-up to a […]

Hidden from the Eye – Learning Practices to Coordinate European Research Policy

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Merli Tamtik Despite long-lasting resistance from the member-states and the unwillingness to yield power ‘naturally’ to the supra-national level (Gornitzka, 2009), the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research and Innovation has established itself as a leader in coordinating European research policy. How do we explain this emerging role of the European Commission in shaping European research […]

Teaching European Studies: Student Forum Seminar Report

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This year’s Student Forum professional development seminar focused on teaching approaches to European Studies, write Quincy Cloet and Pawel Pustelnik. Reporting on the event, they outline the progression of the day and some of the main points from the discussions. The aim of the recent UACES Student Forum January 2016 Seminar in Edinburgh was to explore the different […]

Innovating with Digital Media: Looking Towards the Future of Academia

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Digital media are becoming an increasingly integral element of the academic environment, writes Anthony Salamone. He argues that different forms of digital engagement bring their own research and professional benefits and that, in the long run, innovating with digital media can be a strong advantage in an academic career. Advances in technology over the past […]

Engaging Beyond Your Research: Make the Most of Opportunities to Expand Your Horizons

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Research students often experience the pressure of managing various commitments, in the face of expectations and the competitive academic environment, writes Anna Wambach. She reflects on how the commitments she decided to focus on have complemented her research, allowing her to acquire additional skills and to build up contacts with other researchers in European studies. […]

Facing facts about the EU referendum

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It’s often said that truth is the first casualty of war, and it seems that’s also the case with the way the EU referendum is going so far. Facts, stats and data are flying about all over the place from all sides, and it’s not surprising that many people are confused.

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