The Young Universities for the Future of Europe (YUFE) alliance is a major strategic partnership established between eight young research-intensive universities from as many European countries. The YUFE alliance, together with its six associate partners, aims at bringing a radical change in European higher education by establishing itself as the leading model of a young, student-centred, non-elitist, open and inclusive European University. A unique ecosystem linking universities to communities, YUFE will be based on cooperation between higher education institutions, the public and private sector, and citizens across Europe.
”YUFE Career Development Track for Professional Service Staff” Training Held at UNIRI
Within the scope of the YUFE program, training cycle titled ”YUFE Career Development Track for Professional Service Staff” was held from January 13 to June 3, 2022. The training cycle covered the following areas: YUFE and the European contextnew trends in recruitment and hiring processesskills of the futurecareer development in teaching and non-teaching staff, and connection with European strategic goals such as open, transparent, and merit-based employment of researchers (OTM-R)diversity, inclusiveness, and implicit bias in hiring processesexchange of skills, knowledge, and experiences. The final cycle of workshop…
YUFE Universities Call for Postdoctoral Fellows
Discover our hosting offers! YUFE invites all interested and motivated postdoctoral fellows to apply for the Marie-Skłodowska Curie Call 2022 (MSCA 2022) and choose one of the YUFE universities as the host for their application. 5 YUFE universities (University of Antwerp, University of Bremen, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, University of Cyprus, and University of Rijeka) have presented their h…
Workshop: Community-engaged research: the involvement of academic and governmental actors in climate-related flood risks
Are you interested in community-engaged research and looking for ways to integrate this approach in your own research? MPCER and YUFERING have invited two Maastricht University researchers, Wiebe Bijker, professor of Technology and Society, and Mitchell Kiefer, Lecturer with a PhD in Sociology, to discuss an example of involving academic and governmental actors in research on climate-related flood risks. This hybrid workshop will take place on Tuesday, 7 June from 11.00 to 12.30. There will be time for discussion and a light free lunch will be provided. Please register for this event…