Displaying from 1 to 7 of 7 entries available month February
Online - Zoom
The Societal Challenges Lecture Series is aimed at early career researchers with a two-fold objective: delivering cutting-edge academic analysis on the diverse problems of our times, and providing international networking opportunities for doctoral researchers and postdocs.
University of East Anglia (United Kingdom)
(!) POSTPONED - Further details will follow shortly. We apologise for any inconvenience.
UEA has been organizing successful speech competitions for over 5 years, to celebrate the global happening World Speech Day.
World Speech Day is happening on the 15th of March 2023 and on this day people, in over 130 countries worldwide, are organising events to give unexpected voices a platform to share their ideas for a better world.
Public speaking is an essential skill and young voice need to be heard in these challenging times.
The decisions being made today by politicians are YOUR future!
Make your voices heard and learn how to 'Dare to Speak up' about matters important to you!
Enrich your Master's learning experience with an inspiring, hands-on iCSL course. In iCSL2, you complement your academic knowledge with real-world insights by collaborating with societal organisations and communities.
✓ Get more out of your Master programme and participate in real-world experiences with local communities and external partners
✓ Cross the boundaries of your discipline and the walls of the university
✓ Be better prepared for your career after graduation
✓ Make societal impact before you even graduate
You can read more on the course here.
Online - MS Teams
This is a series where students, staff and academics of Aurora universities working or interested in the field of internationalisation are invited to share experiences, projects, initiatives and expertise, debate and ask questions. The aim is to create an interactive gettogether where we can learn from each other, share ideas and good practices.
Join us for our monthly lunch talk!
The lunch talk will take place on Teams every first Tuesday of the month (except December and January) from 13:00-14:00 h CET. Registration is not necessary, just stop by!
Online - Registration deadline: 31/12/22
URV presents the 3rd Edition of the online course How to innovate in your research. Applications now open for Aurora Ph.D. students!
Based on your research, regardless of what point you are, and through three experiential workshops facilitated by an expert in co-creation for innovation with online collaborative tools, you will explore and detect real challenges and multidisciplinary design solutions.
The Universitat Rovira i Virgili from Tarragona presents this course, designed by doctoral students, as a first approach to co-creation methodologies that you can apply to your research, professional and personal life. You will learn to think about the future in the ideation process and move from idea to action into a collaborative and interdisciplinary environment.
Date: 24/01/2023, 31/01/2023 and, 07/02/2023, from 09:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Places: 20 (12 for URV and 8 for Aurora) PhD students. The places will be given according to the order of registration, which guarantees the teams' multidisciplinary.
Registration process: 1. Apply through this online form; 2. If you are selected to join the course, you will receive a confirmation email before 03/01/2023. In the following days, you will find the email with the link to the virtual campus with all the needed material and links.
TO REGISTER YOU MUST USE YOUR UNIVERSITY EMAIL ADDRESS
Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona
The VIII TIEC aims to provide a forum for junior and early-career researchers with different backgrounds in which to present and discuss their research and works-in-progress. In addition, this event seeks to create a friendly environment for meeting fellow students and colleagues that share a common interest for environmental law.
We are pleased to announce that you can now apply for the Aurora Student Schemes for the upcoming Academic year 2022/2023. Become part of an international community of students by taking on one of the following two roles:
If you want to be a part of an international community of students, the role of Aurora Student Ambassador will be perfect for you.
This role is created specifically for students that want to go the extra mile. You will directly work on the key Aurora topics, in addition to the joint activities provided to Aurora Student Ambassadors.
The application is ongoing and will remain open until the end of the Academic Year. You can join the program at any point until July 2023.