News from the BUP

The BUP PhD Award 2022 The award is a distinction given to the author of what is judged to be the most qualified PhD work defended at any of the BUP participating universities. The award is established in two research areas, one award for each: Natural Sciences, Technology and EngineeringSocial Sciences and Humanities Any author affiliated with a BUP participating university that has defended their PhD thesis during 2021 can be nominated. For the BUP PhD Award 2022 we accept thesis defended in 2021 and nominated by the supervisor/s of the thesis. The winners will receive a prize in the form of a diploma and support up to a maximum of 1000€ for either attending a scientific conference or publishing in a peer-review scientific journal. The deadline for nominations is 15 May 2022.Read more
The Baltic University Programme welcomes you to The BUP Teachers’ Day An afternoon filled with inspiration, chance for sharing experience and best practice, and a perfect opportunity to get in touch with old friends and new contacts among the diverse community of teachers in higher education within the BUP. That is what you will get when you attend the Teachers’ Day. The BUP Teachers’ Day is an online event that takes place on 27 April and it is hosted by the BUP coordinating secretariat in Finland. Please register on 25 April at the latest.People
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The Baltic University Programme informs about Ways to share your research with colleagues Did you know that you are able to add your research profile on our website? You are able to add your contact information and a link to your research which will be featured and collected under our themes together with other researchers within the same field. Click here to read more about our researchers and how to add your own research profile. A great way of sharing your research with everyone within the BUP is to submit your research to be a part of our Research Notes Letter (RNL). The presented abstracts include some of the most recent publications concerning the Baltic Sea Region and our ten BUP Themes. You are able to add a link to the full paper and thereby sharing your research with all of your colleagues within the BUP. Click here to read more about the Research Notes Letter and how to submit your research. Another way of sharing your research is to to send in your contributions to the two BUP Special IssuesClick here to read more about the Special Issue “Challenges and Possibilities for Sustainable Development in a Baltic Sea Region Context – 2021” Click here to read more about the Special Issue “Interdisciplinary Perspectives of Climate Change in the Baltic Sea Region”People
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News from participating universities
University of Tartu calls for registrations to the MOOC course “Common Challenges of Competing Regionalisms” Are you interested in widening your knowledge about comparative regionalism and integration processes in Europe and Eurasia? Would you like to know more about the dimensions of comparative regionalism in the European and Eurasian context in the light of emergence, transformation, and consolidation of integration processes in the EU and in the former Soviet space?  Join the e-course “Common Challenges of Competing Regionalisms” launched by the Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies at the University of Tartu and meet our lecturers in the virtual classroom! The MOOC is worth 2 ECTS and runs from 25.04.2022 to 05.06.2022.   Last day to register is 21 April 2022.Read more
Bydgoszcz University of Science and Technology invites you to Training course about BIM (Building Information Modeling) The Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Architecture of the PBS Bydgoszcz University of Science and Technology carries out the project titled “A.I. am here – Digitization of processes as an opportunity for sustainable development in the construction industry”. The project is in the framework of the NAWA Spinaker program – Intensive International Education Programs.  All BUP colleagues are welcome to take part in a training course, organised within the project, which focuses on BIM (Building Information Modeling). The course will be held between 25-28 April 2022 and will be available online free of charge. If you are interested in joining the course please write an e-mail to karol.pietrzak@pbs.edu.pl Click here to read more about the project “A.I. am here – Digitization of processes as an opportunity for sustainable development in the construction industry”.Read more