Lunch Discussion: What's Next in European Studies?


Location: Elizabeth Nanovic Seminar Room, 1050 Nanovic Hall

Join us for a lunch conversation about upcoming Winter Break undergraduate research projects. Free and open to all undergraduate students.

Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at 12:30 - 1:30 PM
1050 Nanovic Hall, Elizabeth Nanovic Seminar Room 


  • Learn more about what makes a successful grant proposal
  • Free Lunch will be available from Zoup! for attendees while supplies last
  • Fuel your imagination for a possible European project
  • Hear grant winners discuss their upcoming research projects for Winter Break


Student Speakers

Madeline Coole Class of 2019 (International Economics)
Inside Campus Rutli: Successful Educational Integration for Immigrants  (Germany)

Stephanie Konrady Class of 2018 (English and History)
The Effects of Slam Poetry and its Competitive Nature on the Poetic Genre (England)

Gabriel Tauro Class of 2019 (Science Business)
Understanding Jantelagen and its Application to Marketing Consumer Packaged Goods in the Swedish System  (Sweden)

Soren Kyhl Class of 2018 (Chemical Engineering)
Michael McRoskey Class of 2018 (Computer Science)
Nicholas Courtney Class of 2018 (Accounting and Applied Math)

FinTech in Finland: Can Blockchain Bring Financial Inclusion to Refugees? (Finland)