Prize Winning Bachelor European Studies thesis published in EuropeNow

Evelin Rizzo, alumna bachelor European Studies has recently published her prize winning paper, entitled "Assessing the Impact of Air Pollution on Students’ Interest in Migration to the European Union: A Study on Students at the University of Macau” in the online journal EuropeNow. The publication of this article was funded by the European Studies Undergraduate Paper Prize, awarded by the Council for European Studies."

Evelin Rizzo graduated from Maastricht University with a Bachelor’s Degree in European Studies in 2017 and is currently undertaking a Master of Arts in Human Rights and Democratization. Her academic interests range from the EU migration challenge to environmental sustainability and the promotion of women’s rights. The exchange semester at the University of Macau inspired her essay “Assessing the Impact of Air Pollution on Students’ Interest in Migration to the European Union: A Study on Students at the University of Macau,” which has been selected as a winner of CES’s 2018 Undergraduate Project Prize.

EuropeNow is an online monthly journal, with a blog that publishes weekly. It features research, criticism, and journalism on Europe alongside literary nonfiction, fiction, poetry, translations, and visual art from or concerning Europe. EuropeNow‘s contributors are established and emerging academics, artists, authors, and journalists from a wide range of countries, while the editorial staff and committee similarly consist of both experienced and emerging editors.

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