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Virtual: ‘North Carolina Voices: A New Generation on Why the US-Europe Relationship Matters’

January 29, 2021 at 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

This panel features young voices from current UNC-Chapel Hill students and alumni discussing the relevance of the transatlantic relationship to the U.S. and North Carolina in the 21st century. Join the Center for European Studies, the UNC-Chapel Hill TransAtlantic Masters Program (TAM), and DC-based think tank US-Europe Alliance for new perspectives and Q&A. RSVP for this event. 

Panelists include Chloe Gruesbeck ’22, Jalyn McNeal ’22, Katja Greeson ’19, and Garrett Workman ’09. Chloe Gruesbeck is a current UNC TAM student, and a member of the UNC Class of 2020 with degrees in Contemporary European Studies and Political Science. Jalyn McNeal is a current UNC-Chapel Hill TAM student, a member of the UNC-Chapel Hill Class of 2017, and a Peace Corp alum. Katja Greeson is an Alexander von Humboldt Foundation German Chancellor Fellow with the Arbeitskreis Deutscher Bildungsstätten (AdB), and member of the UNC-Chapel Hill TAM Class of 2019. Garrett Workman is Senior Director of European Affairs & US-UK Business Council at the US Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the UNC-Chapel Hill TAM Class of 2009.

Details

Date:
January 29, 2021
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Event Categories:
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Website:
https://europe.unc.edu/event/nc-us-europe-relationship/

Venue

Online

Organizer

Center for European Studies
Phone:
+1.919.962.6765
Email:
europe@unc.edu
Website:
http://europe.unc.edu/