18 Institutions from Europe, Egypt and Lebanon put their efforts together to support development of medical links and e-health through ICU Knowledge Triangle, Innovation: Reinforcing of Education – Research E-Health & Medical Links (RERE) project.
The HEI4Diversity – Building Capacities to Prevent and Respond to any Form of Violence against the LGBTQI+ community in Higher Education Institutions in Europe project was created to help build inclusive university education systems that can guarantee effective recognition of the rights of LGBTQI+ people and the necessary forms of prevention of any form of violence based on sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression.
Smart Rehabilitation 3.0: Fostering sustainability in construction through the creation of a new profession
How can we meet the new demands of a more sustainable approach to the management of the European building stock and architectural heritage?
Partners from five different European countries, Spain, Italy, Cyprus, Lithuania and Ireland, among them four universities, are forming a knowledge alliance in order to face this challenge through the project Smart Rehabilitation 3.0
More than 40 professionals coming from 9 European countries participated in the transnational learning mobility of CIM project in Palermo. The CIM training was organized by CESIE in collaboration with the local partner CNR, Istituto per le Tecnologie Didattiche (ITD), who made its premises available for the collaborative work of project managers, professors, researchers, consultants from business, academia and third sector.
LIVERUR research activities move in an area not yet been fully explored in Europe, the application of the Living Lab model in rural areas in a circular economy key.
Sustainability, institutional collaboration and digitalization: the three pillars of the future university environment
On 23 and 24 October 2019, all the partners gathered together for the Kick-off meeting in Montpellier, France. The meeting gave them the chance to meet and discuss about their different responsibilities and roles, identifying next activities and possible challenges towards the adoption of sustainable practices that could reduce energy costs and improve the quality of life within higher education institutions.
The first SAGESSE study visit to the University of Barcelona (Spain) and the third partnership meeting took place from 30 September to 3 October 2019.
The second CIM project meeting in Thessaloniki (24-25 of September 2019), besides being an occasion to discuss the first results of the project, was planned to give the partners the possibility to share their point of view and experience on the topic of creativity and innovation during two focus groups.