Schmidt To Receive EUSA Lifetime Achievement Award

Vivien Schmidt, Professor of International Relations and Political Science will receive the European Union Studies Association (EUSA) Lifetime Achievement Award at the organization’s upcoming conference in Denver in May 2019.

The EUSA Executive Committee selects a scholar each year in the field of EU studies whose lifetime of research and writing have been important, enduring, and widely felt influences on EU scholarship.

The plenary panel honoring Schmidt at the conference includes: Tanja Börzel (Freie Universität Berlin), Matthias Matthijs (Johns Hopkins University), Kalypso Nicolaïdis (University of Oxford), Fritz Scharpf (Max Planck Institute and recipient of the 2007 EUSA Lifetime Achievement Award), George Ross (Université de Montreal and recipient of 2017 EUSA Lifetime Achievement Award), and Alberta Sbragia (University of Pittsburgh and recipient of 2013 EUSA Lifetime Achievement Award).