CHARM-EU's Educational Approach: 10 Key Features
The university of the future needs a new educational approach. The challenges of the 21st century can only be met with learning models that embrace transdisciplinarity and foster new ideas. To do this, students must be equipped with skills that cross traditional barriers and enable innovation. This ambition is central to CHARM-EU's mission and has informed the development of its educational model. The model champions technology, flexibility, and mobility in harmony with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
CHARM-EU goes #ESA23
Six CHARM-EU students have been selected to participate in #ESA23! The European Student Assembly (ESA) is one of the flagship projects of the European Universities Community (EUC), bringing together over 200 students from most European University Alliances. #ESA23 will be held in person at the European Parliament in Strasbourg from May 31st to June 2nd.
TORCH best practices featured in the REA progress report on alliance’s R&I projects
The European Research Executive Agency (REA) published the analysis on the intermediate progress of the research and innovation projects of 17 European University alliances supported by Horizon 2020. Best practices from CHARM-EU's TORCH project were also highlighted.
CHARM-EU Open Science Day – Online training to build OS culture and practical knowledge
TORCH is organizing the first CHARM-EU Open Science Day on 9 June 2023 with training sessions on successfully mainstreaming Open Science at universities and providing ready-to-use knowledge to researchers and staff members.
CHARM-EU joins the global awareness International Day Against LGBTQIA+ Discrimination on 17th May 2023
The International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT) was created in 2004 to raise global awareness about the violence and discrimination against people who identify as lesbians, gays, trans, bisexuals, or any other sexual orientations have to face every day. CHARM-EU joins to raise awareness of this International Day, reiterating our commitment to breaking down discrimination specifically in our day-to-day organisational culture and in a broader sense in science and education.