Fall Semester at CSE
During summer 2014, the Center for the study of Europe will host it's second European Union Teacher Institute—this time in Scandinavia! K–12 teachers who attend the institute will learn how to develop EU-related programs at their schools. Apply Now Learn more . . .
The Model EU program will be launching a standalone MEU competition for grades 8–12 at the MEU competition on 4 April 2014 competition. Beginning-, intermediate-, and advanced-level committees will be available. Awards for best delegates will include scholarships to participate in the EU in D.C. excursion. Apply Now Learn more . . .
In June 2014, CSE is sponsoring an educational excursion to visit the European Union in Washington, D.C. Students in grades 8–12 who will have participated in an MEU competition are eligible to apply. Participants will visit the EU Delegation along with other embassies and historic D.C. sites. Scholarships will be available for MEU standalone competition winners. Apply Now Learn more . . .
The French Department's Outreach Crusade
The French and Italian Department is serious about outreach, and it is enjoying serious success. Upcoming projects include high school summer French-language camp, secondary teachers' language institute, spring language fair, and dual immersion programs throughout the state.