Talloires Network MacJannet Prize Call for Nominations!

The Talloires Network is proud to announce the ninth annual MacJannet Prize for Global Citizenship. The prize will recognize exceptional student civic engagement initiatives based in Talloires Network engaged member universities around the world and contribute financially to their ongoing public service efforts.

Summer Grants for Undergraduates in Ireland to Study Civic Engagement in the USA

Undergraduate students are invited to apply for Study of the U.S. Institutes (SUSIs) for European Students. During June-July 2018, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to examine Civic Engagement in the U.S, hosted by the University of South Carolina.

This grant includes airfare, tuition and fees, lodging and meals at the host university, a daily incidentals allowance, visa sponsorship, and a range of academic and cultural programming.

Article: A model for academic institution support for community-engaged research


Insightful atricle from the Cambridge Journal of Clinical and Translational Science. It goes through how the Community-Engaged Research Core of Penn State’s Clinical and Translational Research Institute, developed a conceptual model to describe institutional-level components of Community Engaged Research to guide its work to promote and support Community Engaged Research at Penn State.

Call for abstracts for the 2nd #HEIRRIConf is now open!

2nd HEIRRI Conference:
Education towards a responsible society, transforming universities through RRI

Aula der Wissenschaften, Vienna, Austria
April 27th, 2018

Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) offers a framework in which the Research and Innovation system can respond to societal issues in an ethical, transparent and inclusive way, allowing for the engagement of stakeholders to dialogue and encouraging reflection.

Launched: European Guidelines for Universities Engaging in Social Responsibility

Please find attached the UNIBILITY Guidelines for Universities Engaging in Social Responsibility, the final output of the UNIBILITY project. The Guidelines have been put together by the project partners from several European countries, so are aimed to give a transational perspective on university social responsibility and to be of particular relevance to university management, research and teaching staff and students, and also to external stakeholders looking to engage with universities.

Please disseminate the Guidelines to all potentially interested parties.


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