Center for European Union Research Faculty Launch €6.5 Million EU Citizenship Project

November 5, 2013

CEU’s Center for European Union Research (CEUR), represented by faculty members Marie-Pierre Granger, Andrea Krizsan, and Uwe Puetter, is part of a new European research consortium of 26 universities that won a joint bid for a €6.5 million research grant under the European Union Seventh Framework Programme. The “bEUcitizen,” project, which involves research from legal studies, sociology, political science, history, and economics, aims to study the implementation and practice of European Union citizenship. The consortium is led by the University of Utrecht. The CEUR faculty team, supported by three post-doctoral researchers, will work on this project for the next four years. For more information visit the CEUR website and the consortium website: