With its holistic approach to well-being and our proven excellent and complementary research output in areas like cancer research, chronic diseases, aging, infectious diseases, peace studies and human rights, climate change, urbanity, digital humanities, teacher education, and artificial intelligence, EUniWell aims to further boost cutting-edge research related to well-being to sensibly impact on society and to position and establish itself as the world-leading European University for Well-Being.
As organisational and functional units, EUniWell has therefore created five distinct arenas focussing on research, a general Research Arena and four thematic research arenas. These arenas are closely linked to UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and a result of top-down and bottom-up strategic analyses with our researchers:
We aim to provide our researchers, educators, and staff with the skills and motivation to create research- and challenge-based educational programmes that deliver critical thinking, intercultural competence, entrepreneurial mind-sets and civic responsibility. We promote staff and student mobility in academic research, teaching, and administration to boost the co-creational process of EUniWell as a comprehensive European University. This is done through a variety of activities, such as:
- Outreach events: including Open Lecture Series, Policy Commissions, Mayors’ meetings, webinars, and panel discussions
- Scientific conferences: including model conferences, such as MiniCOP 26, and intensive weeks, such as hackathons
- Engagements events: workshops e.g. research communication workshop, seminars
- Summer and Winter Schools
There are many ways to contribute. Have a look at the opportunities.