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Help IES enrich the learning and research experience at Berkeley and encourage the ongoing exchange of ideas and lasting cooperation.

 

Your gift will:

  • Expand educational opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students

  • Enhance outreach initiatives

  • Support grants for language study and international exchanges

  • Amplify innovative research projects
     

 

 

 

 

 

Gifts may be made to the Institute of European Studies General Fund or to specific programs:

Austrian Studies Program

Benelux Program

French Studies Program

Irish Studies Program

Nordic Studies Program

Program for the Study of Italy

Spanish Studies Program 

France-Berkeley Fund

Center for German and European Studies

Center for Portuguese Studies

 

Your contribution, in any amount, has a positive impact on our students and researchers.

 

“I joined the Institute of European Studies during my junior year and it was one of the best decisions I have made. The Institute offers a multitude of opportunities to exchange knowledge about the political, social, and cultural issues affecting the European continent, as well as the transatlantic relationship. I aspire to work internationally someday, and the time I have spent at IES has opened my eyes to the many opportunities to explore Europe on a much deeper level.”

- Evan Gong, 2019-20 Undergraduate Research Apprentice (Major in Political Economy and German)

 

“During my two semesters with IES, I had the incredible opportunity to meet diplomats, historians, journalists, researchers, and public officials from all over the world. IES is a gem that provides students like me, who are interested in academia, international relations, and research, to gain and develop critical professional skills such as community outreach, digital communications, diplomacy, and writing. I am forever thankful to the team at IES for their mentorship and support throughout my time at Berkeley.”

- Ani Hakobyan, 2017-18 Undergraduate Research Apprentice (Major in Global Studies)

 

 

“Thanks to the support of the Institute of European Studies I was able to organize a multidisciplinary graduate student conference on rural Europe. We debated the urban-rural dichotomy, and questioned the various socio-demographic phenomena that rural and urban areas are experiencing throughout Europe. It was a really inspiring event that helped me connect with other doctoral students who are working on rural Europe in the United States.”

- Alberto Sanchez Sanchez, PhD Candidate in Architecture, Designated Emphasis in European Studies

 

 

“Funding for research in the humanities and humanities-leaning social sciences can be hard to come by, especially as a graduate student, when one is very much still in the process of developing a research profile and establishing oneself as a scholar. The Institute for European Studies, in this regard, was a godsend during my time as a Ph.D. candidate at Berkeley. The Gerald D. and Norma Feldman Dissertation Fellowship allowed me to launch a year's worth of archival research in Germany that formed the backbone of my doctoral dissertation. That research has had nothing short of an incredible ripple effect across my entire career trajectory thus far. It also allowed me to successfully land a tenure track faculty job at Yale as well as international fellowships at top research institutions in my field. In short, the impact of IES funding is difficult to understate.”

- Jenni Allen, IES Grantee, currently Associate Professor of History at Yale University

 

 

 

 

To learn more about giving opportunities, please contact IES Director Jeroen Dewulf at jdewulf@berkeley.edu.

With questions about international giving, please contact UC Berkeley International Relations at intl@berkeley.edu.

 

 

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