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Nicholas Romeo

Furio Stamati (SPS alumnus) and and Francesca Forza (EUI administrative staff) are happy to announce the birth of their son Nicholas Romeo Stamati on 24 January 2015.

EUI supporters sought for Campo di Marte clash

The EUI football team are appealing for supporters to cheer them on in the upcoming local derby against Campo di Marte. At present the EUI team sit 3rd in the AICS B1 League, a position they currently share with Campo di Marte. “They’ve got a lot of fans but we represent all of Europe”, remarked EUI top-scorer Francesco Martino. “We are […]

Friendly regatta on 7 March

The EUI Boat Club will be racing under the Ponte Vecchio on Saturday 7 March in the  De Gasperi-Schuman Cup regatta. The  race, now in its second year, is organized by the EUI rowers in partnership with the Societa Canottieri of Firenze and the Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Paris (ESCP-Europe). The race will kick […]


Silvia D’Ascoli (LAW alumna) and Sid Duit are happy to announce the birth of their son Alessio, who was born on 27 October 2014 in The Hague, Netherlands


Sarah Simonsen (Max Weber Programme) and Simone Antonucci, with daughters Laura and Maria, announce the birth of their son Mattias on 20 January 2015.


Emilie Delivré (HEC 2010) and Brahim El Mouaatamid (RSCAS 2009) announce the birth of their son, Halim, in October 2014.


Georgia Mavrodi (SPS PhD 2010 & RSCAS 2010-2014) & Michalis Moutselos (Princeton University) welcomed their newborn son, Odysseas Moutselos-Mavrodis, in September 2014.

Louisa Josephine Aurelia

Louisa Josephine Aurelia auf dem Brinke was born on 20 September 2014 to Robert Lepenies (Max Weber Fellow) and Anna auf dem Brinke (SPS Researcher). Big brother Samuel is very happy.

EUI on Google +

Those who are interested can now follow the European University Institute on Google + for updates regarding EUI events, articles and news.  The EUI web unit have also added the institute to Instagram. The EUI is currently followed by 42,352 people on Facebook and has over 13,000 followers on Twitter. These accounts are often used to share articles published both here […]

In memoriam – William Klinger

The EUI community is mourning William Klinger who died in tragic circumstances last Saturday in New York, where he was expected to lecture on the history of Yugoslavia, one of his major topics. William was a lively person, full of enthusiasms and  interests. Aged 42, he lived with his wife and two children in Gradisca, […]