Van Dyke, Gretchen J. (1999) “Assessment and Evaluation of the EU Simulation”. In: UNSPECIFIED, Pittsburgh, PA. (Unpublished)
For the past six years, students from colleges and universities in Pennsylvania and Maryland have been meeting in Washington, D.C., each December to participate in a special educational experience: a three-day simulation of the European Union’s decision-making institutions and policy-making processes. This program is co-sponsored and coordinated by the European American Institute and the Pennsylvania/Maryland Consortium of the European Union, and it is based on a similar, ongoing program that a group of New York State schools founded in 1988. While only three schools and 34 students participated in the first Pennsylvania/Maryland simulation, the program has grown to include nearly 200 students in 1998, representing up to 14 different undergraduate institutions and specific EU members. The goal for 1999 is the inclusion of 15 schools, thus allowing for a perfect mirror of current EU membership. The 1999 program will also formally include graduate level M.A. students for the first time.
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