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United Universities 3rd Panel Discussion

Europe, 13 April 2021. Mingling among journalists, authors, strategy advisors, university administrators, researchers, students — to gain deeper insights into higher education policy in Europe. The initiative ‘United Universities of Europe’ has gathered distinguished guests to discuss the current state of European University Alliances, their recent past and imminent future.

This 3rd UUU Panel Debate navigates between past and future. What’s the status quo of European University Alliances? What did they achieve so far? How did Corona and Brexit affect them? What are their current challenges? What will the future look like for them? Will they change the European higher education landscape or disappear?

Journalist Tino Brömme from Berlin, and higher ed strategist Peter van der Hijden from Brussels, discuss it. A special light on the damage inflicted by Brexit on British and Continental universities is being cast by journalist Anne Corbett, Paris, and Nenad Zrnić, vice-rector of the University of Belgrade.

What does the future hold? — Pedro Marques talks about his research on university-society interaction in science-fiction literature, and European students reflect on their utopia of the future university, before Brömme/van der Hijden consider what the upcoming decisions of the European Council mean for European Universities.

Guests:

Anne Corbett is a Senior Associate at LSE Consulting with long-standing experience in the field of higher education and Europe as a researcher, a journalist and a contributor to public policy. She holds a PhD in political science and a BA in History. Her work has appeared in the education press and British dailies. She continues to write for University World News where she recently published A mercantilist approach to higher education post-Brexit. Her books include Universities and the Europe of Knowledge.

Pedro Marques is specialised in regional development, innovation and governance in peripheral regions of the EU. He works at ingenio, a research institute affiliated with the Technical University of Valencia, a member of the European University Alliance ENHANCE. Not only is he a Ramon y Cajal fellow but also a principal investigator in a Innovative Training Network funded by the European Union. He is co-author of the research paper Fiction lagging behind or non-fiction defending the indefensible? University-industry (et al.) interaction in science fiction.

Peter van der Hijden is an independent strategy advisor, helping European University Alliances on the design and further strategic positioning of their proposals. He has worked for the European Commission where his main experience lied in higher education and research: the Erasmus Programme, the modernisation agenda for universities, the European Higher Education Area (Bologna Process) and the European Research Area. His latest article, Mitigating brain drain by connecting universities, discusses a policy report of the European Commission.

Nenad Zrnić is Vice-Rector for International Relations at the University of Belgrade, a member of the European University Alliance Circle U. He is a full professor in the field of material handling and logistics, a corresponding member of the Academy of Engineering Sciences of Serbia. Since 2015 he is a coordinator of one of the working groups for preparing new Serbian Law on a Higher Education.

As part of the 3rd UUU Panel Debate, students of the Una Europa alliance were interviewed about the question: How is your ideal university of the future? They had just participated in Una Europa’s first Student Congress on February 24, 2021. — Their answers showed how aware today’s students are of flexible learning paths, of the world’s ever stronger interconnections and of their own potential to contribute to better learning and teaching environments? The participants are Emily Hartmann (Freie Universität Berlin), Giacomo Zanni (Università di Bologna), Hubert Jakub Bieniek (Uniwersytet Jagielloński), Luca Di Cunto (Università di Bologna), and Weronika Łukasińska (Uniwersytet Jagielloński).

Host:

Tino Brömme, a graduate in communication science and media consultancy, has worked for over 30 years as a journalist, publisher, moderator and event manager across Europe. He was the founder of the multilingual student magazine WORK|OUT, and the news agency ESNA. He publishes articles and multimedia content, mainly on science policy, and is currently preparing a documentary film about Universities in the 21st Century.

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CHARM-EU launches Sustainability Master

Barcelona, 8 April 2021. The CHARM-EU university alliance has just launched a Master in Global Challenges for Sustainability as a new international, innovative, flexible, inclusive programme with a challenge-driven, research-based curriculum. International student mobility is at the core of the programme which will start in September 2021. The deadline for applications is soon: 15 April 2021.

Global Challenges for Sustainability 

Students on the Master’s in Global Challenges for Sustainability will take 3 compulsory phases. The Preparatory Phase module will be featuring general capacities related to sustainability, social innovation and transdisciplinary research. The second part of the master’s degree will be flexible, allowing students to choose on one of three sustainability themes: Water, Food or Life & Health. Finally, students will be required to do a capstone project on a sustainability challenge in collaboration with extra academic actors (i.e. business, community and society).

The programme is unique and innovative in various aspects, including the flexible three phased course structure, integrated mobility experiences, broader content focus, overall transdisciplinary approach and challenge-based environment.

This is a unique opportunity to obtain an accredited master’s degree jointly awarded by the five CHARM-EU partners’ universities: University of Barcelona, Trinity College Dublin, Utrecht University, Eötvös Loránd University and University of Montpellier.

As a student you will have the opportunity to: 

  • develop creative and critical thinking skills
  • research and evaluate complex societal challenges from different stakeholder and intercultural perspectives
  • assess and integrate different disciplinary and transdisciplinary knowledge and research methodologies 
  • acquire expertise and communicate effectively on ‘real-life’ and complex issues 
  • acquire advanced transversal competencies in problem solving, entrepreneurialism, innovation, digital skills and a life-long learning disposition.

An innovative learning experience 

The master’s programme is utilizing innovative pedagogies of the five CHARM-EU partner institutions, supporting knowledge in cross-disciplinary and intercultural teams, and striving to make the knowledge square – education, research, innovation and service to society – a reality.

The programme will be student centered, as students will be able to direct their own learning processes. 

Mobility as a key feature 

International activities, such as student mobility is at the core of the Master’s in Global Challenges for Sustainability. CHARM-EU identifies mobility as a key tool for enhancing the quality of all teaching and learning processes for all prospective CHARM-EU citizens. CHARM-EU students therefore will be part of one university community with multiple campuses across countries creating a unified international ecosystem with seamless mobility flows and accompanying international activities. 

Who can apply?

The Master’s in Global Challenges for Sustainability is aimed at graduates of any discipline from diverse backgrounds who want to acquire advanced knowledge of sustainability by addressing real and global societal challenges. Students will learn challenge analysis skills and extend their capabilities to address and develop solutions for complex problems.

Applicants will need to hold at least a bachelor’s degree or recognised equivalent to a bachelor’s degree. An English language certification (C1) is necessary for programme admission. 

Apply now! 

CHARM-EU

CHARM-EU is an alliance between the University of Barcelona (coordinator), Trinity College Dublin, Utrecht University, the University of Montpellier and Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest. CHARM-EU represents a Challenge-Driven, Accessible, Research-based and Mobile model for the co-creation of a European University aligned with the European Values, the European Green Deal and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). 

You can find out more about CHARM-EU in this video

Further information

The Masters in Global Challenges for Sustainability will have 90 ECTS credits and it extends over 18 months. The Master’s degree is jointly awarded by the five CHARM-EU partner universities. All course information and online application details are available at: www.charm-eu.eu/masters/globalchallenges  

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Circle U. gets a legal identity

Louvain, 30.03.2021. The seven partner universities have set up the Circle U. AISBL to frame the long-term collaboration in the alliance.

The Circle U. partner universities established Circle U. AISBL as an international not-for-profit organisation under Belgian law. The official signing took place in the presence of the President of the Université de Paris, Christine Clerici, Hege Landmark-Høyvik, Counsellor for Education in the Mission of Norway to the EU, representing the University of Oslo, and Rector Vincent Blondel of UCLouvain, who also signed on behalf of Aarhus University, the University of Belgrade, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and King’s College London. Given the Covid-19 pandemic, strict sanitary measures were put in place.

The establishment of the new organisation marks a first milestone in the 3-year Erasmus+ project to set up the alliance. But the new organisation also points beyond the initial project collaboration.

The Circle U. AISBL shows our commitment to building a truly European University, and will help facilitate the long-term joint management of our alliance. It gives us a framework for working together that goes beyond project cycles, and provides a platform for collaboration with other universities and other organisations on our own terms and on a longer horizon, says Rector Blondel.

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EUA paper on governance models

Brussels, 18 March 2021. This is the first briefing in a new EUA series focused on evolving university governance. The publication explores the governance set-up of the European University Alliances formed under the EU’s European Universities Initiative.

For the first time, the document by Thomas Estermann, Enora Bennetot Pruvot and Hristiyana Stoyanova, presents a comparative overview of the complex governance structures of these networks, examining their ability to sustain beyond the three-year project time frame, while remaining relevant for their members.

The analysis highlights several challenges that focus on the alliances’ governance sustainability and draws the attention of universities and policy makers to the conditions needed to sustain their financial capacity and ensure increased collaboration and better alignment with institutional strategic priorities.

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How see students the university of the future?

Europe, 24 February 2021. As part of the 3rd UUU Panel Debate students of the Una Europa alliance answered the question: What is your ideal university of the future?

Participants:

  • Emily Hartmann (Freie Universität Berlin)
  • Giacomo Zanni (Università di Bologna)
  • Hubert Jakub Bieniek (Uniwersytet Jagielloński)
  • Luca Di Cunto (Università di Bologna)
  • Weronika Łukasińska (Uniwersytet Jagielloński)

More on the UnaEuropa student congress:
www.una-europa.eu/calendar/una-europa-students-dream-the-future-european-university

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The European Uni – One Idea, Different Models

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Berlin & online, 3 March 2021. As part of the Una Europa Staff Week, on March 3rd, 9.30 a.m. CET, the homonymous University Alliance plans an online talk titled “The European University — One Idea, Different Models.”

The organisers have chosen a broad approach, they think “that the idea of the European University has seen the development of multifaceted models over the course of the last years. There is a proliferation of networks and programs, which aim at making the European university landscape more diverse and inclusive by fostering relationships between universities and encouraging collaboration between a multitude of different actors. In this talk, we want to ask which steps have been taken towards the idea of a European university and discuss directions for future developments that unfold from the joint activities of university alliances, networks, and partnerships.”

The FU website informs: “There is a proliferation of models, programs and formats among [University Alliances]. The aims and objectives of the various networks are very heterogeneous. Some concentrate their co-cooperation on specific research themes, others on student mobility, some want to create a unified European Campus, others plan to create ‘only’ joint programs. Most of them hope to enable students at some point to obtain a degree by combining studies in several EU countries. Some chose partners who were very much like themselves, others went for complimentary partners.”

In this talk, representatives of the three networks Una Europa, Eutopia and Unite! have been invited to discuss the different paths these networks are currently going. They will talk about challenges they all have to face and the hopes they have for their future development. Among the questions to be discussed will be the following:

  • Which strategies and instruments of cooperation have been successful, particularly in times of a pandemic?
  • How far do the universities within the networks want to go in terms of forming a new joint European identify?
  • What are currently the main challenges in building European structures and programs – legal issues, financial issues, visionary issues, national egoisms to name but a few?
  • Where do the new networks see themselves in comparison to already existing European higher education institutions?
  • How far did some individual universities already change in the process?
  • What are the biggest positive aspects of the networks? Or is it too early to tell?
  • What are best practice models? A fusion of European universities into one or a European network?
  • Some networks have UK member institutions – how will the networks deal with Brexit?
  • How can we make the networks sustainable in terms of finance?
  • How would you measure the success of a ‘European University’?
  • Where do we envisage the networks in ten years from now?”

These questions will be discussed by our panel of experts:

  • James Smith, Vice-Principal International at University of Edinburgh, and Representative of Una Europa
  • Eva Wiberg, Vice-Chancellor at the University of Gothenburg, and Representative of EUTOPIA
  • Jens Schneider, Vice President of Transfer and International Affairs at Technische Universität Darmstadt, and Representative of UNITE!

The panel discussion will be moderated by Verena Blechinger-Talcott, Vice-President International at Freie Universität Berlin, and Representative of Una Europa.

Sources: Una Europa | FU Berlin

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Scottish research universities in Europe after Brexit

Brussels & online, 5 February 2021. “Scottish universities harnessing research excellence to address global challenges with European partners” is the title of this online discusson organised by the Scotland House Brussels. Participants are representatitives of the University of Glasgow and the University of Edinburgh, alongside the League of European Research Universities (LERU) and The Guild.

This conversation, taking place after confirmation of the UK’s association to Horizon Europe, focuses on how the world-leading research undertaken by Scottish universities remains important and relevant to Europe. Speakers discuss how, through Horizon Europe, Scotland’s researchers continue to work with partners across Europe to address our shared global challenges.
This event brings together the Principals from the University of Glasgow and the University of Edinburgh, as well as the Secretary-Generals of LERU and the Guild, to discuss how universities will collaborate as European partners, and the crucial role networks will play in keeping UK universities engaged in European research discourse and collaboration.

Speakers

  • Professor Sir Anton Muscatelli, Principal and Vice-Chancellor, University of Glasgow
  • Professor Peter Mathieson, Principal and Vice-Chancellor, University of Edinburgh
  • Professor Kurt Deketelaere, Secretary-General, LERU
  • Professor Jan Palmowski, Secretary-General, The Guild
    and
  • John Struthers, Professor of Economics at the University of The West of Scotland
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YUFE Townhall – Happy 1st Birthday!

MAASTRICHT, 7-9 December 2020. The YUFE Townhall was a 2.5-day umbrella event involving all of YUFE’s programmes and activities bringing together the entire YUFE community. Its focus was on European Higher Education and its links to wider society. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event took place virtually.
Three of the YUFE Townhall sessions were open to the public. The first open session, the “Opening Ceremony”, gave an overview of what has been achieved by YUFE in it’s first year. The second open session, “What can European Universities do for you?”, asked a variety of stakeholders, including the European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, the DG of the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture, and the CEO of a triple-helix campus, what European Universities can contribute to society, with a focus on regional employability following the quadruple helix model. The quadruple helix model brings together science, policy, industry, and society. The third open session was a working session organised and hosted by the YUFE Student Forum.

PROGRAMME

Day 1 – Monday, 7 December 2020
14:00 – 15:00
Opening Ceremony

Open session

  • Moderated by Jan Hupkens, Senior Policy Advisor Internationalisation, Maastricht University ›

Welcome Speech by Chair & Vice-Chair of YUFE Strategy Board

  • Professor Dr Martin Paul, President Maastricht University & Chair YUFE ›
  • Jessica Winter, Student University of Bremen & Vice-Chair YUFE ›

Presentation on YUFE and achievements to date

  • Dr Daniela Trani, Director, YUFE ›

Q&A with questions from virtual audience

15:00 – 18:00
YUFE Strategy Board Meeting
Closed session

Day 2 – Tuesday, 8 December 2020
11:00 – 12:30

„What can European Universities do for you?“ A discussion on the impact of EUIs on employability and regional socio-economic development

Open session

  • Moderated by Jan Hupkens, Senior Policy Advisor Internationalisation, Maastricht University ›
  • Mariya Gabriel, Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth ›
  • Atte Jääskeläinen, Director General of the Department for Higher Education and Science Policy, Ministry of Education and Culture, Finland ›
  • Dr Astrid Boeijen, CEO, Brightlands Smart Service Campus Heerlen ›

Panel discussion about the impact of EUIs on employability and regional socio-economic development, followed by Q&A with a virtual audience

  • Dr Astrid Boeijen, CEO, Brightlands Smart Service Campus Heerlen ›
  • Menno Bart, Public Affairs Manager, The Adecco Group ›
  • Dr Daniela Trani, Director, YUFE ›
    Nina Kolaković, Assistant Expert, Rector’s Office, University of Rijeka ›
  • Sonia Synak, Student, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun ›

13:30 – 17:00

Work Package Open Hours: results, lessons and ideas from year 1

Closed sessions

18:00 –

Training and Working Sessions of the YUFE Student Forum

Open session

Day 3 – Wednesday, 9 December 2020
09:00 – 17:00

Work Package Open Hours: results, lessons and ideas from year 1

Closed sessions

More info here: yufe.eu/townhall-2020/

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United Universities 2nd Panel Discussion

2nd panel debate of United Universities of Europe
“Vocations and Competencies in the Age of European Universities”

Part 1: Policy officers from four different University Alliances in four different countries describe their new positions: How does the need for international co-operation shape their professions? Which new skills do the need? Which special tasks and challenges have arisen? How do their new professions evolve? How do they think that they can make a difference?

Intermission: An interview on the Crelle market in Berlin: What is UUU? What is the objective of the UUU panel debates?

Part 2: Peter van der Hijden, independent policy advisor, speaks about the new kind of professionals that European University Alliances create. Eva Feichtner, vice president for internationalisation in Bremen, sees great chances in the university networks for academics and employers alike – creating a competitive international scientific education, as well as attractive career paths and staff journeys across the alliances. Jörg Niehoff, policy officer at the European Commission, will provide political context about role of higher education institutions in providing skills for the green and digital transformation, the EU transformation agenda for HEI, the experience from the Labour Market Relevance and Outcome partnerships and how all this translates into the context of the European University Alliances.

The panelists:

  • Eva-Maria Feichtner, YUFE, Universität Bremen, Germany,
    Vice President International and Diversity
  • Jörg Niehoff, European Commission,
    DG EAC Policy Coordinator University Business cooperation
  • Peter van der Hijden, higher education strategy advisor
  • Nadine Shovakar, Universität Potsdam, EDUC Project Manager
  • Katrine Moland Hansen, Universitetet i Bergen, Local ARQUS Alliance Coordinator
  • Magdalena Sikorska, Politechnika Poznańska, EUNICE Project Officer
  • Thibaut Skrzypek, EELISA, École des Ponts ParisTech, Work Package Leader

Organiser: Tino Brömme, ESNA European Higher Education News

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CHARM-EU Days for a European Green Deal

CHARM-EU, 23-24 November 2020. This event will explore the future of the European Higher Education landscape and its role in addressing complex and interlinked societal challenges.

Climate change and environmental degradation are an existential threat to Europe and the world. In addition, the world is facing unexpected challenges caused by the COVID-19 scenario. To overcome these challenges, the European Union (EU) developed a new growth strategy: the European Green Deal for the EU and its citizens. Whilst all EU actions and policies will have to contribute to the European Green Deal objectives, the higher education sector – as one of the main contributors in educating those who will shape our society – must to play a key role in achieving these goals. Considering this complex scenario, CHARM-EU Days will be an occasion to reflect on how European Universities initiative can contribute to supporting the European Green Deal.

The CHARM-EU Days is a unique opportunity for participants to reflect and discuss the potential of European Universities in shaping the present and the future of our society by reinforcing its commitment with the EU’s Green Deal action plan.

Source: www.charm-eu.eu

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HOW CAN THE EUROPEAN UNIVERSITIES INITATIVE CONTRIBUTE TO SUPPORTING THE EUROPEAN GREEN DEAL?

The CHARM-EU Days is a unique opportunity for participants to reflect and discuss the potential of European Universities in shaping the present and the future of our society by reinforcing its commitment with the EU’s Green Deal action plan.

Top 3 Reasons you can’t miss the CHARM-EU Days

  • Obtain a better knowledge and reflect on how to support the Green Deal through the creation of a new university model.

  • Exchange ideas on how the European Universities initiative can contribute in shaping the present and the future of our society.

  • Connect with a variety of stakeholders and fins new opportunites of collabroation and how to get involved in the CHARM-EU Community.

Day 1 – 23 November 2020
9:30 – 10:00 Opening Session
Presented by: Michele Catanzaro (Live from the University of Barcelona)

Welcome words: Adrienn Király, Head of Cabinet of Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, European Commission.

Introductory remarks

  • Joan Elias, Rector. University of Barcelona.

  • Vanessa Debiais-Sainton, Head of the Higher Education Unit, European Commission.

  • Patrick Caron, Vice President for International Affairs, University of Montpellier.

  • Francesc Almendros Viladerrams, CHARS-EU Student representative, University of Barcelona.

10:00 – 11:15 European Universities Initative and the Euroepan Green Deal

The aim of this panel is to reflect how the European Universities Initiatives can actively contribute to the achievement of the Euroepan Green Deal strategic plan. Speakers will discuss how a new university model can help address these global challenges. In particular how to link European Universities initiative and the European Green Deal agenda. Moderator: Michele Catanzaro.

  • Henk Kummerling. Rector Universiteit Utrecht.

  • Cláudia Cavadas, Coimbra Group Executive Board member and Vice-Rector for Research and 3rd Cycle Studies at the University of Coimbra.

  • Marie Wittamer. CIVIS Executive Director.

  • Monika Skadborg, European Student’s Union (ESU)

11:15 – 11:30 Virtual trivia (Kahoot! game)

A 15 minutes trivia on general questions, including Covid-19, H2020 and European Universities. The winner will receive a CHARM-EU branding kit. Check out our website for the Terms & Conditions.

GREEN CLUSTERS SESSIONS
23 NOVEMBER FROM 12:00 CET

12:00 – 13:30 Cluster 1 I Towards Transdiscipliary Networks to Solve Global Challenges

The dynamic session invites you to join and network with transdiscipliary CHARM-EU Knowledge Creating Terms (KCTs). We will work together to define „problems spaces“ central to the European Green Deal. These will inspire and inform CHARM European University’s Moderators:

  • Jake Byrne, Trinity College Dublin.

  • Gemma O’Sulllivan, Trinity College Dublin.

  • Jan Haarhuis, Utrecht University.

The second part of this session will be via icebreaker.

13:45 – 15:15 Cluster 2  Mobility: Sustainavle mobility solutions

The mobility cluster will focus on the sustainability dimesions of mobility within Eropean Universities Alliances both form a practical and a conceputal point of view, starting from concrete examples leading to more general (abstract) considerations. Moderator: Niamh Burke, Trinity College Dublin.

  • Nathalie Modjeska, Montpellier University.

  • Simone Hackett, The Hague University of Applied Sciences.

  • Tessa Schutte, Utrecht University.

  • Marenthe Middelhoff, Utrecht University.

15:30 – 17:30 Cluster 3I Inclusiveness: Ensuring that no one will be left behind

An inclusive Green Deal for Europe means for uns, that plicies & implementation have to be inlusive and open. Many people are excluded from mainstream policies & implmemnentation becaus eof their gender, ethnicity, age… sexual orientation, disability or poverty, etc. No one can ve left behind. This session offers principles for inclusive design that considers the greatest extent of people.

Day 2 – 24 November 2020

10:00 – 11:30 How external stakeholders can engage with the European Universities to address the European Green Deal?

This session will debate the role of business and society as part of a new university model that will protect the enviroment and boost the green economy. Moderator: Michele Catanzaro.

  • Carole-Anne Sénit. GLOBAL GOALS Project I Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development. Utrecht University.

  • Jeroen Spierings, Head of Indistry Marketing, Ricoh Europe.

  • Celia Belline. CEO, CILcare.

  • Carlos Montero, Chief Technology Officer, Suez Spain.

  • Estibaliz Saez de Cámara, Head of Sustainability of the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU). Advisory Board member of the Sustainable Developmement Solutions Network – Red Espanola de Desarrollo Sostenible (REDS).

11:30 – 12:45 Creating a research and innovation agenda o the European Universities: a look into the Horizon Europe perspective and the European Green Deal

In this session, participants will have the opportunity to discuss the link between the Horizon Euope, the European Universities Initiative and the European Green Deal, future of the research and innovation dimension in achieving greener future. Moderator: Michele Catanzaro

  • Apostolia Karamali, Head of Unit, DG for Research and Innovation

  • Domènec Espriu, TORCH Project Manager

  • Kristof Vlaeminck, Senior External Funding Officer – Una Europa Coordinator subgroup Research and Innovation – Forum of European Universities

  • Agostino Inguscio, Ecological and Social Transitions, Healthy Planet Directorate. European Commission

  • Inês Prates. Policy Officer. European Commission.

  • Barbara Koch, Albert-Ludwigs Universitat Freiburg. Member of EUA Energy & Environment Platform

12:45 – 13:30 Closing session and final remarks

Rapporteurs from the clusters sessions
Moderator: Michele Catanzaro

  • Cluster 1 Towards Transdisciplinary Networks to Solve Global Challenges. Jan Haarhuis, Utrecht University

  • Cluster 2 Mobility: Sustainable mobility solutions. Brendan Tighe, Trinity College Dublin

  • Cluster 3 Inclusiveness: Ensuring that no one will be left behind. Agnes Sarolta Fazekas, PhD – Leader of CHARM-EU WP6 – Inclusiveness

  • Tim Savage, Senior Advisor, CHARM-EU. Trinity College Dublin

  • Vanessa Debiais-Sainton, Head of the Higher Education Unit. European Commission

Source: www.charm-eu.eu