28 avril 2019

Registrations for EUA’s Institutional Evaluation Programme are now open

EUA’s Institutional Evaluation Programme (IEP) is now accepting registrations for the 2019/20 round of evaluations. More...

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Artificial intelligence: EUA welcomes newly-released ethics guidelines

The European Commission’s High-level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence presented the Ethics Guidelines for trustworthy Artificial Intelligence on 8 April. EUA welcomes the guidelines, which come after a stakeholder consultation held earlier this year. More...

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EUA, ALLEA and Science Europe join forces on academic freedom and autonomy

EUA, All European Academies (ALLEA) and Science Europe have issued a joint statement on the urgent need to back commitments to academic freedom and university autonomy with solid actions. The three partners, representing a vast section of Europe’s research and higher education system, maintain that academic freedom and institutional autonomy are of fundamental importance and value to society. More...

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Horizon Europe gets greenlight – Time to scale up

Members of the European Parliament have now adopted the Horizon Europe regulation, paving the way for preparations and implementation in time for 2021. More...

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ESOF2020 EuroScience Open Forum, 5-9 July 2020, Trieste

ESOF 2020 (5-9 July 2020) will take place in north-eastern Italy, in the area of the old Harbour of Trieste, which originated in Roman times and was further developed during the Austro-Hungarian empire, thereby creating a hub for the free exchange of ideas alongside the commercial port. More...

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Symposium "What does democracy mean in the EU in the 21st century?", 17 May, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences

The symposium “What does democracy mean in the EU in the 21st century?“ will focus on this topics on May 17th 2019. It is organized by the Center for Applied European Studies (CAES) of the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences (Frankfurt UAS). The intention of the symposium is an interdisciplinary - political, philosophical and sociological - approach to these questions. More...

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“Election for the destiny of Europe!”, 21 May, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences

The Center for Applied European Studies (CAES) aims to provide scientific support as well as develop and propose application-oriented solutions for European issues and challenges. Besides research projects and the establishment of think tanks, the CAES will design educational programs and trainings. More...

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ALLEA 25th anniversary: Science and Society in Present-day Europe, 8-10 May, Bern

In 2019, ALLEA, the European Federation of Academies of Sciences and Humanities, will celebrate its 25th anniversary during its annual General Assembly, hosted by the Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences. More...

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Open Education Global Conference 2019, 26-28 November, Milan

With substantial experience in teaching innovation and MOOCs, Politecnico di Milano embarks on the 2019 edition of the Open Education Global Conference to strengthen its commitment to open learning. The theme, Open Education for an Open Future, aims to emphasize opportunities offered by Open Education as a means to empowerment and to increase accessibility and quality of educational opportunities for all. Under this theme, the Conference serves as a platform to imagine scenarios and discuss strategies to help safeguard an Open Future. More...

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