“It inspires me to exchange views across cultures, to implement ideas together, and to live the European idea.” She is one of two heads of ENGAGE.EU’s office at the University of Mannheim: Dr. Ursula Schlichter. From the very first idea, she has accompanied the creation of the European University ENGAGE.EU.
The first task of ENGAGE.EU’s work package 4 (Engaged in Society) is related to mapping the structures, cultures, and processes on societal engagement. Here, the core objective is to start reflecting on our common understanding of societal outreach activities and to get an overview of existing practices for societal outreach within and outside the alliance.
Following our March call for participants, the ENGAGE.EU Student Circle on societal impact is now formed and running. On Tuesday, 2 May, the Circle held its first online session.
We are delighted to invite you to take part in ENGAGE.EU’s first team speed chess online tournament.
ENGAGE.EU’s fourth roundtable will focus on the challenges and opportunities on the challenges and opportunities regarding the integration of immigrants into today’s increasingly heterogeneous societies.
ENGAGE.EU’s third roundtable will focus on Artificial Intelligence and the interdisciplinary challenges that arise as a result.
February saw the formation of ENGAGE.EU’s Board of Learners (BoL). The Board will represent the interests of our learners’ group, which consists of over 100K students, alumni, and lifelong learners. Here, each member institution has a delegation of two representatives, which amounts to a total of 14 BoL members. One BoL member holds a seat on ENGAGE.EU’s Governing Board, and two further members take part in the Executive Committee.
(via Luiss) ENGAGE.EU’s second digital roundtable will focus on sustainability and, specifically, on how awareness of sustainability can be enhanced through changes in management curricula. The…
The first in a series of Engage.EU digital round-table discussions of modern societal challenges, including digitalisation, artificial intelligence, climate change, and sustainability, will take place on Monday, 23 November (18.00 CET), and focus on digital innovation.
Here is what ENGAGE.EU’s student representatives think about the beginning of an ENGAGING age: ‘We see tremendous opportunities in the ENGAGE.EU alliance, whether it is forming thoughts about solutions to contemporary European challenges, or the development of innovative teaching formats. Students’ input, which we will deliver through the student representative board of ENGAGE.EU, is crucial in developing the desired shared learning initiatives where students are enabled to collaborate with each other and society, both physically and digitally’. Read more from the official Statement of the Student Representatives of ENGAGE.EU.