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Monday 09 November 14:30

Eutopia Week 23 - 27 November

EUTOPIA Week brings together key actors - students, researchers, subject matter experts and strategic partners - from across our European alliance network, every six months. The University of Warwick (UK) is hosting the upcoming EUTOPIA Week online from 23 November to 27 November.

Eweek 23-27 November are open for booking! Join researchers, students and professional experts for interactive online discussions, panel debates and Q&As on a diverse range of topics facing Higher Education and our wider society.

See schedule of events and book your sessions now

Several speakers from the University of Gothenburg

University of Gothenburg is represented on a wide variety of panels ranging from international partnerships, the UN sustainable development goals to research opportunities:

Monday 23 November

Join us as we reflect on the successes of the EUTOPIA alliance to date and look forward to the activities coming up in the week ahead.

Eva Wiberg, Vice-Chancellor, University of Gothenburg is participating.

Tuesday 24 November

The discussion will focus on the importance of cultural events, the impact of Covid-19 on the arts and culture and the role of universities in supporting culture and cultural identity.

Kristina Nilsson Lindström, Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Gothenburg, is on the panel.

Wednesday 25 November

The discussion will focus on sharing and evaluating experiences of building mature partnerships with global partners.

Hans Abelius, University of Gothenburg is on the panel.

This panel of industry leaders and researchers will review their shared challenges and opportunities as agents of collective development and enterprise in the European context.

Tord Hermansson, CEO, Lindholmen Science Park, Gothenburg, Sweden is participating

13:30-14:30 (CET) EUTOPIA PRESENTS… Student Opportunities
Hear from students on what EUTOPIA means to them and find out how you can get involved in EUTOPIA activities.

Karl Kilbo, Vice-President, EUTOPIA Student Council, University of Gothenburg is on the panel.

15:00-16:30 (CET) EUTOPIA DISCUSSES...The EUTOPIA Education Model and the European Education Area
This workshop focuses on the EUTOPIA educational model in relation to the core ideals of the European Education Area. It provides an opportunity to discuss the principles of the model and methodology and how it compares and contributes to the priorities of the current EU policy context and aspirations for 2025.

Mette Sandoff, Vice-Chancellor for Education, University of Gothenburg is on the panel.

Thursday 26 November

13:00-13.30 (CET) EUTOPIAN FUTURES: Research and the UN Sustainable Development Goals Agenda
Connecting the objectives of research projects to the longer-term targets of the UN Sustainable Development Goals can feel challenging. This panel discussion will seek to explore the relationship between research and the Sustainable Development Goals.

Jan Pettersson, Director, Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development, University of Gothenburg is on the panel.

14:00-15:00 (CET) EUTOPIA PRESENTS… Researcher Opportunities
Find out about opportunities for researchers and PhD students offered through EUTOPIA. This workshop-style session will focus on the following opportunities:

  • Researcher Mobility Programme
  • Science and Innovation Fellowships
  • Young Leaders Academy

Göran Landberg, Vice-Chancellor for Research, University of Gothenburg and Henrik Lindskog, Research Adviser and Team Leader, Grants and Innovation Office, University of Gothenburg are on the panel.

Friday 27 November

12:00-13:00 (CET) EUTOPIA PRESENTS: Our response to COVID-19
EUTOPIA acknowledges the role of our universities in responding to the current pandemic. An expert panel will come together to highlight some of the excellent research-led contributions made by colleagues towards combatting COVID-19.

Tomas Grysell, Head of Unit for Pedagogical Development and Interactive Learning, University of Gothenburg, is on the panel.

See full schedule of events and book your sessions

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