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The call for contributions for the 2022 EUA Annual Conference, entitled “University values: what, why and how?”, is now open. The call seeks proposals for presentations.Read more
Given the rapid and intense change taking place in our societies and, invariably, at our universities, institutional leadership has become a game-changer in the capacity to adapt. This is even more so since the Covid-19 pandemic began. Nevertheless, when it comes to leadership development and institutional transformation in higher education, there is not much evidence on the institutional and system-level approaches in Europe.
Universities have much to say and deliver in the policy areas set forth in NextGenerationEU. They have a role to play in facilitating the green and digital transitions, in contributing towards smart and inclusive growth, and they are leading actors in educating, upskilling and reskilling populations.
How can universities address digital and academic sovereignty through jointly coordinated actions in education, research and research assessment? VSNU’s Darco Jansen outlines the Dutch example, providing food for thought for other European universities interested in devising a similar approach at the national and international level.
On the occasion of EUA’s 20th anniversary, Cardiff University President and Vice-Chancellor Colin Riordan analyses the role of the Association in a changing world. The piece highlights that while some of the old certainties may no longer be evident, working together across Europe – including the UK – has never been more important.
This conference is organised by STOA (Panel of the Future of Science and Technology) in collaboration with EUA on 9 November 2021, at 15.00 CET. It seeks to clarify the definition of academic freedom, to frame the challenges it faces within the context of the EU and to identify options for addressing them.
SPARC Europe announced that they are going to support the Council for National Open Science Coordination (CoNOSC) in their activities advancing national European Open Science policies.