The BUP weekly
Week 9, 2021
Dear BUP colleagues,
Internationalization in terms of mobility is extra interesting in the current pandemic situation! Join our webinar on March 12 and discuss possibilities to make digital education more international.
Do you know someone that ought to be nominated for the BUP PhD Award!? We are now open for nominations and look forward to hearing about the excellent dissertations defended at our Participating Universities.
This week, we kicked off National meetings where we introduce ourselves to contact persons at the Participating Universities. It has been great fun and we are very much looking forward to closer contact in the future.
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Welcome to join Digital at Home - open webinar
Within the project “Digital at Home”, The Baltic University Programme invites colleagues to participate in two webinars which will introduce and discuss possibilities to make digital education more international.
Webinar 1: Rethinking of Internationalization - Internationalization at Home (IAH) and Internationalization of Teaching and Learning (IL&T).
12 March at 10.00-11.30 (CET/GMT+1)
Webinar participants will be invited to think (or rethink) on the internationalization of higher education concept(s) in the current realities.
Presenters: Larysa Chovnyuk (National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine), Oksana Krayevska (Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine) and Philipp Baur (Uppsala University, Sweden)
Open for nominations
The Baltic University Programme PhD Award
The award supports high quality research promoting sustainable development in a Baltic Sea Region context.
To qualify for nomination, the thesis should be focused on research within either of the two broad areas Natural Sciences, Technology and Engineering, or Social Sciences and Humanities.
To qualify for the BUP PhD Award, the thesis must:
The BUP invites to Space Bridge 2.0
Interdisciplinary solutions to sustainability issues in the Baltic Sea Region
In the 3rd session of the seminar series "Space Bridges 2.0", we will focus on solutions to a wide varities of sustainability issues in the Baltic Sea Region, focusing on both renewable energy, marine litter, coastal adaptation and much more.
Read more about the session, program and the presenters at the Baltic University Programme's website or click the register button to reserve your place.
Implementing Sustainability at Universities
- part 4
How can we implement sustainability at universities in respect of teaching, research and campus greening?
The main target group for the webinar series is teachers in higher education, especially within the BUP, however, the webinars are open for everyone that is interested.
Presenter: Assoc. Prof. David Kronlid.
Welcome to join us! For more information, visit BUP Finland web page or hit the click button to register!
Deadline 8 March 2021