Europe’s universities, in the European Union and neighbouring countries including the United...
Karel Luyben, Rector Magnificus Emeritus of Delft University of Technology, will be the first...
The “Spotlight on recognition” project has launched a series of activities and opportunities to...
The new thematic peer groups will have a digital focus, offering an opportunity for European higher education institutions to exchange with colleagues about their strategic approaches to digitally enhanced learning and teaching.
This report and the accompanying online repository bring together and analyse case studies in responsible academic career assessment. Gathered by EUA, together with the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA) and Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC) Europe, the case studies serve as a source of inspiration for universities and other actors looking to improve their academic career assessment practices.
The process to renew the European Research Area (ERA) is gathering pace and is set to continue in the coming weeks, months and years. Building on previous policy positions, this policy input further expands EUA’s views on the new ERA and focuses on the topics that are most important to universities.
The Covid-19 pandemic presents new challenges for inclusive teaching. This article shares the experience of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in Italy and discusses how to act towards inclusive teaching in e-learning by addressing digital gaps in teaching skills, implementing innovative methodologies and developing a community of practice.
We enter into a New Year, a world more enriched and more impoverished than just 12 months ago. We have endured great loss of life, a heavy burden of illness and deep economic shock. Yet, lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic have imbued our societies with renewed hope, with evidence that humanity has extraordinary resilience and that we enjoy formidable capacity to overcome great challenges. In the past year, science has delivered on its promises, Europe’s universities among the foremost, while our academies have transformed, embracing flexibility, collaboration and experimented like never before. This article by the EUA President highlights how the future now offers more possibilities than ever seemed feasible.
The Technical University of Berlin (TU Berlin) organises the interactive workshop “Blue Engineering - Engineers with social and ecological responsibility” on 27 January from 14:00 to 15:30 CET. Participation is free of charge and registrations are open until 25 January by email.
The School of Biotechnology and Cryogenic Systems of ITMO University in Russia organises the Food BioTech Conference on 23 - 25 August in Saint Petersburg.