You are here

Prof. Jim Caporaso receives Lifetime Achievement Award in EU Studies

Submitted by Arts & Sciences Web Team on March 1, 2014 - 9:23am

The European Union Studies Association has Awarded Jim Caporaso its prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award in EU Studies.  The awards committee noted how Jim's research crosses over into both IR and Comparative with work that has spanned social policy, political economy, theories of integration and law; his mentoring and supervision of a number of top notch students in the field, broadly defined; and his contributions through his participation in EUSA and his many and varied contributions to the field.

This is the Association's most prestigious award that has been given in the past to Leon Lindberg, Eric Stein, Stanley Hoffman, Fritz Scharpf, Jeremy Richardson and Alberta Sbragia for their academic and professional work in EU studies. The award will be presented to Jim at the EUSA Conference in March 2015 in Boston.