ENGAGE.EU for academics
ENGAGE.EU offers interesting events, networks and exchange options for researchers. By working together in the ENGAGE.EU networks for societal change we transform our engagement in research and innovation. We map and analyze societal change drivers, pool, share and link data resources. We push the boundaries of research and innovation by joining forces with actors from industry, non-profit organizations and the public sector, aiming for durable impact.
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Do you have an idea, workshop, event or anything else that you think is useful for the ENGAGE.EU community? Contact us at: email@example.com and we’ll discuss all possibilities to become part of this upcoming research community.
Economics research seminar hosted by WU on “Automation and Low-skill Labor”. Please sign up via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Economics research seminar hosted by WU on “Winners and losers of the 2015 Swiss exchange rate shock: Unveiling heterogeneous worker responses”. Please sign up via e-mail (email@example.com)
Dr Fariba Darabi, Senior Lecturer in International Business joins us to talk about single / multiple organisation access, trust, and research participation. Please sign up here
Agnes Klarsfeld joins us to discuss recommended methods for expanding the reach of research past the area of academia. Please sign up here.
Universite Toulouse Capitole 1 invites PhD researchers for a workshop on 3 pressing societal challenges: health & wellbeing, social & digital eco-systems and social and organizational justice.
Colonialism is historically recognised as the practice of subjugation of people and appropriation of land put in place by European nations on the other continents between the XV and XX centuries. But it is much more than this. What are the multiple relations between colonialism, business and human rights? The symposium aims at analysing this question from a 360-degree angle. We invite scholars from all social sciences and any country to present their different perspectives on this pressing question.
Find more information on: Symposium: Colonisation in, of and through Business & Human Rights | Tilburg University
At the ENGAGE.EU Think Tank, you can exchange your ideas with new research groups, get together with long-standing colleagues, and learn from leading experts from industry, politics, and academia. This forum allows you to completely focus on a research project – away from everyday business. The topic of this Think Tank is: Gender Equality and will be organized and hosted by Universite Toulouse Capitole 1.
Cross-cultural research is a booming field for academics and practitioners alike. As our knowledge expands, we are increasingly aware of the field’s complexity and the need for researchers to appreciate the numerous controversies that characterize it. In four online sessions, Hofstede Insights and Tilburg University dived into cross-cultural analysis in psychology as well as on the level of societies.
The webinar was on the topic of SDG16 (peace and justice) related funding opportunities. With presentations from the Grant Desk and first-hand experiences on applying for grants.
During the annual ENGAGE.EU event we talked about the research community and offer an exclusive preview of the online community platform.
In this online seminar, hosted by Luiss University Rome, we discussed the impact of privacy violation on society, and the challenges posed by digital markets. There were presentations by Alex De Corniere (UT1 Toulouse) and Inge Graef (Tilburg University) followed by a panel discussion between Alex De Corniere, Inge Graef and Vikoria Robertson (WU Vienna), moderated by Martin Peitz (University of Mannheim).
In this online session, we gave an exclusive preview of the online community platform that we are building for the ENGAGE.EU research community.
At the first ENGAGE.EU Think Tank, researchers exchanged ideas, got together with long-standing colleagues, and learned from leading experts from industry, politics, and academia. The topic of this Think Tank was: The Role of Digitalisation for Sustainable Development and its Impact on European Business, Economics and Societies. Learn more HERE
The University of National and World Economy in Sofia, Bulgaria was the host of the First ENGAGE.EU Conference for Early-Stage Researchers & Young Scholars. It will took place in Sofia on June 23-24.
The Zero Hunger Lab of Tilburg University aims to find solutions to the world hunger problem. Since 2011, a team of over 20 researchers and students have worked together with external stakeholders, such as the World Food Programme, the Dutch Foodbanks and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in The Netherlands, on research projects and knowledge building in this multidisciplinary lab. The work is mainly based on the use of data science to help ensure global food and nutrition security.
Opportunities for academics
The ENGAGE.EU community is continuously in development and currently offers the following opportunities:
At the ENGAGE.EU Think Tank, you can exchange your ideas with new research groups, get together with long-standing colleagues, and learn from leading experts from industry, politics, and academia.
The ENGAGE.EU’s Grant Desk is a virtual knowledge and expertise centre that connects the grant support teams in our partner universities. In this page, you will find external funding opportunities for researchers.
The major goal of the Conference is to bring together early-stage researchers and young scholars affiliated to ENGAGE.EU partner institutions e.g. junior faculty members, post-docs, and PhD students.