Summer 2017 Faculty Seminar in Berlin, Germany, on the Refugee Crisis and the challenge to integrate

Studienforum Berlin is pleased to announce a Faculty Seminar in summer 2017
that deals with the refugee questions in Germany and Europe. These kinds of
seminars have taken place since 2005 to address current political, social
and cultural questions. The date for the 2017 Seminar is June 9 to 19.

The purpose of these seminars is to enlarge the pool of faculty and
administrators conversant in international issues who will develop European
curricula on these issues and perspectives and more effectively engage in
independent research and publication. In addition, they support
international awareness and interest among undergraduate students by
promoting faculty exposure to a contemporary experience of Europe and

The application deadline is April 1, 2017. For more information, please
<>  where the program
highlights as well as the organizational and financial details are
described. In case you are interested, please get back to


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