• Social innovation Conference in Vienna 18-19 Nov 2015

    “Pathways to Social Change” is going to be the key event on social innovation in the year 2015. It is planned and designed by mutually complementary research projects on social innovation that reach out to world-wide experiences and concepts of social innovation. The conference will connect researchers with policy makers and practitioners of social innovation. Presentations of interim research results, considerations and site visits primarily focus on:

  • Engage 2015 Conference

    The National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement are delighted to announce details of the forthcoming Engage conference on the 2nd and 3rd December 2015 at the Marriott Royal Hotel in Bristol. If you are keen to contribute read on to find out how.

    Whilst Engage 2014 was a feast of engaged experiences exploring how to stimulate and inspire curiosity, Engage 2015 offers an opportunity to go deep into the dynamics of engaged research. The dynamic relationship between engagement and impact will be teased out, asking:

  • Memorial Lecture for Professor Sir David Watson 19th Oct 2015

    A special memorial lecture will be held for Professor Sir David Watson at the Sallis Benney Theatre, Grand Parade, University of Brighton. 
     

                                                  

    “The precious path of learning, community-university engagement: past, present and future”

  • Living Knowledge 7 conference- Dublin 22-24 June 2016 – save the date!

    Are you interested in exchanging and developing knowledge and practices on how best to bring local communities, civil society organisations, students, researchers and educators together to collaboratively undertake responsible research and innovation? If so, come to Living Knowledge 7 and help us build excitement, partnerships and policy to support this.

  • Climate Justice 2015 Conference at Maynooth University

    2015 is a critical year in addressing the impending climate emergency and charting a path towards a more sustainable future, culminating in the UN Summit (COP21) in Paris in December.

    This major international conference co-hosted by Trócaire, Maynooth University and St Patrick’s College Maynooth will bring together some of the world’s leading voices on climate science, climate justice and climate activism.

  • Towards 2016: A Drug and Alcohol Prevention Seminar

    The Mid-West Regional Drugs and Alcohol Forum and the Western Region Drugs Task Force in partnership with the Diploma in Drug and Alcohol Studies at the University of Limerick want to hear your voice!

    Join them for the big THINK IN…

    An interactive seminar which aims to consider good practice and the future direction of prevention work in the drug and alcohol sector. 

  • 12th International PASCAL Conference, 7-9 October, Catania, Italy

    12th International PASCAL Conference, 7-9 October, Catania, Italy

    The 12th PASCAL conference will be hosted by one of Italy’s leading institutions, the University of Catania in the beautiful island of Sicily. The theme of the conference concerns how cities and their regions are connected to their universities at strategic frontiers. These include knowledge and political frontiers, and each is linked to global challenges that include employment, migration, health, food security, culture and climate change.

  • Registration is now open for the CSSI Summer Conference

    Registration for the CSSI Summer Conference has now opened via Eventbrite.

    The CSSI 15th Biennial Conference titled Innovations to Support the Student Experience will be held on Thursday, 18 June and Friday, 19 June 2015 at University College Cork.  The final schedule including keynote speakers, workshops and presentations (with commencement and finish times) will issue shortly but it was agreed to open registrations now to allow for members to plan their visit to Cork!

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