Registration for EUniWell Symposium “Good Practices on Student Well-Being” now open

07/16/2021 | by Eva Laurie, Mira van den Oever | Event Students Well-Being

EUniWell invites you to the first Good Practices Symposium on Student Well-Being! Register now and join us online from 30 September to 1 October to learn how students and staff from our 7 partner universities are working to improve student well-being.

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Registration is now open for the first Good Practices Symposium on Student Well-Being. The conference is set to take place as a digital event from 30 September to 1 October 2021 with the programme running from 13:45 (CEST) to 14:30 (CEST) on both days. Staff and students from the EUniWell partner universities have submitted a number of innovative and promising good practice examples, which will lay the groundwork for mutual inspiration and opportunities to further grow the EUniWell network for student well-being.

Make meaningful connections

To maximise interaction, the symposium will make use of an innovative online platform, allowing you to engage and connect through:
•    Inspiring break-out sessions  
•    Panel discussions with experts 
•    Network carousel 

Don’t worry, the platform is easy to use!

Register for the symposium

Both participation and registration take place via the event application GroundControl. The platform is available as web client and/or app and will be used before, during and after the symposium. 

To begin the registration process, please click here.

The programme

Over two days you will be able to listen to talks by expert speakers and attend panel discussions that start an inclusive and progressive conversation on universities’ responsibility for their students’ well-being. You will also have the chance to join our panel sessions and ask the experts all your questions on how to improve student well-being at your university.

Topics include:  

  • Well-being as part of the curriculum
  • Scientific research on well-being
  • Student-to-student approaches for support
  • Tools and resources for support staff

This knowledge exchange will enable participating students, staff and researchers to improve existing university programmes as well as create new ones, working with the local community where possible. You will also have the opportunity to network and connect with people with whom you can further develop your ideas after the symposium. Let's come together and continue to raise awareness for and increase student well-being. We look forward to seeing you there!

For more information please go to our event subpage.


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