Engage for Faculty Members
Faculty members can participate in Engage.EU by going on Staff Mobility, partaking in the Engage Think Tank or other projects, or cooperate with colleague across Europe.
PHD RESEARCH WORKSHOP
Application deadline: 9 January 2023.
PhD students and post-doctoral researchers at NHH are invited to take part in the 2023 Engage.EU PhD Event, hosted by University of Toulouse 1 Capitole on April 20 and 21, 2023.
The PhD research workshop will bring together PhD students and post-doctoral researchers from the 9 partner universities. The format will allow students to receive rich feedback on their work, and to make connections with other researchers that have related interests, in their own field and in neighbouring disciplines. Workshop participants will conduct work in small groups, but there will also be time for social activities to allow all participants to network with each other. The idea is to create an opportunity for rich exchanges, networking, and feedback provision.
The research themes in 2023 are: Health and well-being, Social and digital eco-systems and Social and organisational justice.
Travel and accommodation expenses are covered by both NHH and the University of Toulouse.
If you are interested in this opportunity and have questions, please contact Malin Arve (firstname.lastname@example.org). For general questions about Engage.EU, contact email@example.com.
Application deadline: 31 December 2022.
Faculty members at NHH are invited to take part in the 2023 Engage.EU Think Tank, hosted by University of Toulouse 1 Capitole on May 30 to June 2 2023.
The Think Tank is the Advanced Study Centre of Engage. It is a forum for intensive interdisciplinary academic exchange where researchers address the critical societal challenges of our time, where boundaries of research and innovation are challenged, where outstanding collaborations become possible, and where original thinking is the norm.
The research theme in 2023 is “Tackling gender inequalities to build a more sustainable new normal in Europe". In particular, we encourage research in relation to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), such as exploring how to reduce gender inequalities in order to foster access to education, equal career opportunities and fair wages.
Travel and accommodation expenses are covered by the University of Toulouse.
If you are interested in this opportunity and have questions, please contact Tor W. Andreassen (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Malin Arve (email@example.com). For general questions about Engage.EU, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Grant Desk is a virtual knowledge and expertise centre that connects the grant support teams in our partner universities. The goal is to optimise the alliance’s acquisition and use of external funding. The main tasks include connecting and strengthening the support teams by communicating within the alliance and actively supporting applicants.
Staff mobility gives faculty members the opportunity to learn more about Engage, internationalization and student exchange.
The mobility must be relevant to the faculty member's job and give them the possibility to receive training, enhance their knowledge and skills, and gain new experiences. The employee must partake in organized training, workshops, job shadowing, seminars or language courses in order for the mobility to be approved. Faculty members will be entitled to Erasmus+ funding for the duration of the mobility.
This event will bring together PhD students and post-doctoral researchers from the 9 partner universities. The aim is to deepen the discussion on research projects and to develop ideas in relation to the three societal themes.
Faculty members can apply to go on exchange to one of the Engage universities to learn more about the alliance and gain new knowledge.