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Deadline for applications: 30 June 2021

We welcome proposals for activities relevant to the Hub’s themes. With the Hubs building up a framework for research-driven and challenge-based joint educational activities, our objective is to foster synergies among education and R&I (research and innovation). Proposed activities can, for example, include courses, summer schools, workshops, semesters, project supervision, and research exchanges. The activities could include training & research projects with students as well as workshops/meetings of academic staff to develop future joint activities. At least one joint and interdisciplinary educational program shall be established within the Hub by the end of 2022 (‘joint and interdisciplinary educational programs’ could be CIVIS modules, CIVIS Micro-programs or multilateral M.A. programs, that can be built on existing joint degree programs between CIVIS partners).

We welcome proposals based on two types of initiatives:

  1. Activities that are “ready to go” provided that they comply with the “must be fulfilled” criteria below. For these activities, we can offer CIVIS branding, networks, and support as well as student and staff mobilities.
  2. Activities which are at the “planning stage”. These are activities for which planning is needed for the implementation of joint teaching projects within the next academic year. For these activities, we can offer CIVIS networks and support as well as staff mobilities so that members can meet (virtually or physically) to exchange ideas.

If you need support for finding partners or guidance on the CIVIS approach, please contact the Hub 2 Council members at your University or the chairpersons of the Hub 2 Council.

Useful resources: Call for Activities and Application link

 

The following criteria must be fulfilled:

  • Activities must involve 3 or more CIVIS partner universities.
  • Activities must be directly relevant to the Hub 2 theme: Society, culture, and heritage.

Hub 2 initiatives will be organized within the framework of the following focus areas the Hub Council agreed on in March:

  • Mediterranean Studies: Diachronic and Intercultural Perspectives
  • Heritage and Global Epistemologies
  • Diverse Societies, Inequality and Social Change
  • Multicultural and Multilingual Communication and Education
  • Law, Norms, Ethics and Political Institutions

The following criteria will be prioritized:

  • Transdisciplinary challenge-based activities.
  • Civic engagement initiatives tied to Open Lab (WP3) activities.
  • Academic initiatives for which Mediterranean/African partners have been identified with assistance from WP5.
  • Academic initiatives that also stimulate research collaboration.
  • Virtual activities.

Further criteria for selection are transversal CIVIS goals:

  • Multilingualism
  • Innovative pedagogies

Proposals must be submitted using the following link. Please submit the completed application before June 30th.

Note: you can temporarily save your application at any time before submitting

The Hub Council will make recommendations by the end of July to the Task Force for Research and Academic Affairs (WP4), who will make final recommendations to the CIVIS Steering Committee as to which courses and/or activities will be part of Hub 2 for the next academic year.

 

 

Chairpersons

Aix-Marseille Université

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Universitatea din București

Université libre de Bruxelles

University of Glasgow

Universidad Autonóma de Madrid

Sapienza Univerisità di Roma

Stockholms universitet

Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen

Student representatives