EPICURtalks N°2

The EPICUR Alliance cordially invites you to its second virtual EPICURtalk and discussion on March, 2nd, 2021 at 5:30 pm CET Teaching European Identities Radio Europe I: Postcolonial Europe with Pia Masurczak, Teaching Fellow, University College Freiburg In her talk, Pia Masurczak will address the outcomes and experiences of her EPICUR-seminar on Postcolonial Europe. Debates […]

EPICURtalks. N°3

  During this third EPICURtalk Stéphanie Nolot talked about the HackeTaFac - a student innovation competition at the University of Strasbourg. Here you can watch the video of her EPICURtalk: HackeTaFac project, a competition of the University of Strasbourg to create tomorrow's digital tools for student success. A contest where students take their future into their own hands!  The principle? […]

Save the date: European Model Language Policy to be launched on 29 April (Postponed)

The event has been postponed to June. After signing a joint declaration on Multilingualism, the EPICUR alliance has been working hard to develop the first-ever European model language policy for European universities which will be presented during a virtual event planned on 29 April. The launch event is open to all European universities and public […]

Launch of the 2021 Sustainable Development Report

As the world begins its recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, an emphasis must be placed on sustainable development. It is time to look for transformative pathways, collaboration amongst UN member-states, and to use the SDGs as a framework to "build forward better". The annual Sustainable Development Report (SDR) tracks progress on the SDGs and analyzes key issues in sustainable […]

EPICUR Early Career Researcher Workshop

Are you an early career researcher (ECR)? Join the EPICUR-Research community for the workshop aimed to identify and address your early careers needs and opportunities! The workshop on “Early Career Researchers within EPICUR: Definitions, Opportunities and Challenges” provides a unique opportunity for researchers early in their careers to discuss their experience with peers from the […]

Pros and cons of distance learning. An interdisciplinary perspective.

The last year and a half of struggling with the coronavirus made it necessary for the education sector to transfer didactic work to virtual reality and to alter existing learning methods. After a few semesters, a need has emerged to summarise what has been done so far and what are the results. That was the […]

Launch of the EPICUR European Model Language Policy

The language policy launch will be a hybrid event and will feature the “unboxing” of the EPICUR European Model Language Policy. The 9 September 15:00 CEST. After signing a joint statement on Multilingualism, the EPICUR alliance has been working hard to develop the first-ever European model language policy for European universities which will be presented […]

EPICURmaps – Invitation to a Prototype Validation Workshop

Within EPICUR, we took the challenge to develop a web-based solution that could be helpful for you and your organization! With EPICURmaps we aim to connect stakeholders from different European countries and foster collaboration, entrepreneurial activities, and innovation. This exciting product is now in the prototype phase, and we need your help to validate its […]

EPICUR celebrates multilingualism! At the University of Strasbourg

Under the scope of the EPICUR European University Alliance, the University of Strasbourg wishes to bring together experts, teaching and administrative staff, students and high school pupils for an afternoon of exchange on issues related to multilingualism. This event is planned on the eve of the European Day of Languages organised by the Council of […]

EPICUR-RESEARCH // First EPICamp in October 2021: “Mobility, Migration, Multilingualism”

The EPICUR team is pleased to be able to organise three EPICamps this year in the context of EPICUR Research; the first of them “Mobility, Migration, Multilingualism: Shaping European Identities and Languages Past and Present” organised by Freiburg/Poznán/Strasbourg will take place on October 15/16, 2021. EPICamps are virtual, interactive events aimed at Early Career Researchers from the EPICUR alliance in order to create a space for exchange, […]

“How Bilingualism Changes Minds” LAS lecture by Prof. Ellen Bialystok

Participate in the first online lecture in the LAS (Liberal Arts & Sciences) Invited Lectures in Bilingualism and Multilingualism series, which will take place on October 21 at 6:00 pm on the zoom platform. Everyone can attend, but you need to register.Registration link: This will be the inaugural lecture of the IAS Invited Lecture […]

EPICUR Forum & Festival 2021

The EPICUR Alliance is organizing its second public FORUM! The 2nd Annual EPICUR FORUM, hosted this year by the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, will take place virtually, on the 24 – 26 November 2021. The objective of the Forum is to engage all 8 University communities in passionate activities & exchanges around topics which are […]

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