witlox-tartu-2018On 1 December 2018 the University of Tartu has conferred on Ghent University Professor Frank Witlox the degree of Honorary Doctor of Geography.

Prof. Witlox received the degree in recognition of his academic achievements and high-level scientific work and his long-term productive collaboration with researchers of the University of Tartu.

health-migration-right-2018The summer schools are explicitly open for students, post-graduates and PhD students from different nationalities and disciplinary backgrounds: Medicine and Health Sciences, Psychology, Law, Political and Social Sciences and Linguistics and Philosophy...The Ghent University Medical Students Association from Ghent University is proud to announce two international student summer programmes, taking place from 7-18 July, 2019 at Ghent University (Belgium) covering the topics of 'Reproductive Health & Rights' and 'Health & Migration'.

Both student-driven programmes are organized in close cooperation with Prof. Piet Hoebeke (Dean Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences) and Porf. Olivier Degomme (Scientific Director of the International Centre for Reproductive Health).

campus2050The Uppsala Campus 2050 Steering and Project Group visited Campus Groningen on 19-20 September to meet their colleagues from Groningen, Ghent and Göttingen.

During the two-days visit the collaboration between City, Universities and UMCG in "Campus Groningen" was presented as an example of best practice. On occasion of the visit also Uppsala, Ghent and Göttingen presented their City-University collaboration with regard to campus building and student housing.

Video Sustainable Research Projects UGOEFollowing the sustainability strategy of the University of Göttingen it is important to open up the university, seek collaboration of knowledge transfer as well as to interact with society in order to tackle global challenges.

With the strong support of the U4 partners, the Green Office Göttingen has now developed a video concept that highlights the sustainable engagement of Göttingen's scientists in the global context.

The first series of videos illustrates the question where the popular spice Vanilla comes from and displays the projects scientists from Göttingen engage with in Madagascar.