Date(s) - 06/11/2017 - 07/11/2017
Brussels, Rue Montoyer 21
The Conference “Shaping the social impact of European research: policies, strategies, funding” will take place in Brussels, 6 November 2017 (09:00-17:30) and will be kindly hosted by Wielkopolska Region Brussels Office, Rue Montoyer 21, 1000 Brussels.
The Conference will held in the framework of the 7th UNICA-SGroup-Compostela Group joint annual meeting.
UNICA EU RESEARCH LIAISON OFFICERS MEETING ON 7 NOVEMBER
Following the Conference, a 1-day EU Research Liaison Officers meeting, with a joint morning session with UNICA Vice-Rectors for Research, will be held on 7 November (09:00-16:30) at Vrije Universiteit Brussel (U-Residence, Green Room and Red Room). Detailed programme of the EURLO meeting will be available shortly.
To register for both events, please complete and submit this online registration form by (extended deadline) Monday, 16 October. After submitting your form, you will receive an email acknowledging receipt of your submission. Your form will be automatically recorded in the UNICA registrations system. If you encounter any problems with the submission, do not hesitate to contact the UNICA Secretariat (email@example.com).
For further information, please contact Marta Brelih-Wasowska (UNICA Secretariat): firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since 2009, three European Universities’ Networks, SGroup, UNICA, and Compostela Group organise annual one-day meetings designed to meet their member institutions’ needs for latest and up-to-date information, good practices, and networking & cooperation opportunities. The Conference will be seventh in a series of annual joint meetings and will follow “International University-Enterprise Cooperation for Adult Education” (2009), “Successful Management of the Erasmus Mundus Joint Programmes” (2011), “Strategies for Successful Europe-China Collaboration in Research and Education” (2012), “Exploring academic collaboration between European and Sub-Saharan universities” (2013), “Integration and Promotion of Administrative Staff Training at Universities across Europe” (IMOTION Conference, 2014), and “Rethinking competence development for students’ employability: practical solutions for Europe” (2016).