Natalia Cuglesan
Natalia Cuglesan is lecturer at the Departament of International Studies and Contemporary History. Faculty of History and Philosophy, Babes-Bolyai University. She received her PhD in International Relations and European Studies from Babes-Bolyai University. She teaches courses at undergraduate and graduate level in the field of European Studies (European Union Policies, Multi-level governance in the EU, etc.). Her research interest in European governance has resulted in the publication of serveral articles and books on multi-level governance (Romania and France) and regional policy in Central and Eastern Europe. Dr. Cuglesan is the recipient of several grants from the European Commission, Jean Monnet Module Multi-level gpvernance in the EU and Jean Monnet Information and Research Learning EU Studies at School: EU 2.0 in Secondary Schools in Romania and Republic of Moldova.
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