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Teaching & Learning

10 reasons why academic conferences are a must!

Catarina M. Liberato |

If you are a PhD candidate, you might have heard at some point that it would be good for you to attend an academic conference. Well, I would say that you must! As a final year PhD Candidate in International Relations at the University of Kent, I have attended international conferences since 2021, the second […]

20 years of Czechia in the EU

eu!radio |

We recently welcomed Petr Kaniok to eu!radio! He is a professor of political science at the Masaryk University of Brno, Czechia. He shared both his personal testimony and his analysis as a professor about his country becoming a member of the European Union, twenty years ago.

European elections: voting matters!

eu!radio |

We recently welcomed Simon Usherwood to eu!radio! He is a professor at the Open University in Britain, and Chair of UACES. He shared his thoughts on the forthcoming European Parliament elections.

Responsible Research and Innovation training

Europe of Knowledge |

How to align research and innovation with values, needs and expectations of society? During the past ten years, researchers, policy-makers and funders in Europe have developed and supported the Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) approach to address societal aspects of research and innovation early on.

Fieldwork in Turkey at Sabancı University

Samuele C.A. Abrami |

During the path towards a PhD degree, it is undeniable that having a chance to spend some time abroad as a visiting researcher is something that enriches not only the project itself but also the human and professional experience of the candidate. This is even more crucial when one is based at a European University […]

Three Top Tips for Disseminating and Amplifying your Research

Patrick Bijsmans |

During UACES Graduate Forum Doctoral Training Academy I shared my thoughts on ‘Creating Impact: Disseminating and Amplifying Your Research’. These thoughts have been very much shaped by my career as an academic.

Anniversary Events

eu!radio |

Very pleased to welcome back Amelia Hadfield on “Ideas on Europe”. It’s been already four years since she launched the “Centre for Britain and Europe” at the University of Surrey.

The Role of Inclusion in Macro‐Regional Policies for Student Mobility

Europe of Knowledge |

Alina Felder & Merli Tamtik Even though barrier‐free access to student mobility has become a significant policy problem for governments (Cairns, 2019), issues of social justice have been largely absent from institutional strategies of higher education (HE) internationalisation (Buckner et al., 2020a; Özturgut 2017). With our research we contribute to this aspect, offering a comparative […]

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