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2020 EUA Annual Conference
April 16 - April 17EUR85
Universities play a crucial role in creating knowledge and fostering democratic and sustainable societies. Their impact on wellbeing and the development of a thriving, competitive Europe stems from educating future leaders, professionals, researchers and citizens. It equally comes from curiosity-driven research aimed at identifying and meeting the broad challenges we all face and outreach to local and global industry and governments to foster much-needed innovation. Yet demonstrating and communicating universities’ impact at the societal level is a challenge in itself. Universities need strong leadership, a focused strategic approach, as well as coordinated efforts across Europe and beyond. The 2020 EUA Annual Conference will provide a platform to explore how universities are making a difference, how their impact can be maximised and how to give visibility to their key role in addressing broad challenges.
The 2020 EUA Annual Conference will feature a mix of plenary and parallel sessions, including interactive audience participation, encouraging a rich exchange of experiences and good practices.
The event is of interest to university leadership and other university staff working at the management and strategic level, as well as academics. It also welcomes students, policymakers and other stakeholders in higher education, research and innovation.
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2020 Annual Conference call for contributions
EUA is inviting proposals for presentations and workshops at the 2020 EUA Annual Conference ‘Universities building a better Europe’, hosted by Gdańsk University of Technology in Poland from 16 to 17 April 2020.
The 2020 Annual Conference call for contributions invites leaders and senior managers with responsibilities at the institutional/national level from individual and collective EUA members to submit proposals showcasing how universities work towards ensuring and increasing their impact, either at the cultural, societal, economical, international or local level, so to support Europe in facing the challenges of today and tomorrow.
Two types of proposals are invited for submission:
1) Presentations focussing on institutional/association-level case studies or policy approaches
2) Workshops providing participants with a structured exercise
Each selected contribution will be allowed one reduced fee for the Annual Conference.
For full details on the type of contributions sought and the submission process, please consult the documents below. The deadline to submit proposals is 9 January 2020. More information about the event as well as the latest programme are available on the event page.
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