EURO is a member of three organizations: the European Union Studies Association (EUSA), the Council for European Studies (CES), and the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR). Indiana University faculty, students, and staff may enjoy these membership benefits.
- The European Union Studies Association (EUSA)
Description: EUSA is the premier scholarly and professional association focusing on the European Union, the ongoing integration process, and transatlantic relations. Founded in 1988, EUSA now has almost 1,000 members throughout North America, all EU member states, and all continents, representing the social sciences, the humanities, business and law practitioners, news media, and governments on both sides of the Atlantic.
- Eligibility to attend and participate in the EUSA Conference
- Access to the online EUSA Member Directory
- Participation in EUSA List Serve and EUSA interest sections
- Conference fee reduction for graduate students
- The Council for European Studies (CES)
Description: The mission of the CES is to produce, support, and recognize outstanding, multi-disciplinary research on Europe through a wide range of programs and initiatives. These include fellowships, grants, publications, awards, conferences and meetings, public lectures and symposia, as well as direct research.
- Access to the Council's many grant, fellowship, and award programs
- Access to the full range of CES publications and research resources, including the Council's semi-annual journal Perspectives on Europe and its CES Resource Guides series
- Occasional sponsorship of research projects, workshops, internships, and symposia
- Access to direct funding, training, and professional development opportunities
- European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR)
Description: With a portfolio of major international events, highly ranked publications, prestigious prizes and an institutional membership that is growing year on year, the ECPR remains at the cutting edge of political science and is the association for all involved in its study.
- Training in political science methods through the ECPR Methods School (Winter and Summer Schools)
- Significant discounts on conference and event fees
- Eligibility to attend annual research sessions
- Online access to European Political Science (EPS)
- Eligibility for numerous achievement awards and prizes
- Access to the ECPR's three leading journals, two book series, and its own publishing imprint, the ECPR Press
- Access to the ECPR's vast networks, comprising of over 14,000 individuals from more than 300 institutions in some 44 countries worldwide (the largest network of political scientists in the world)