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Save-the-date: UAS Spring Campus Conference

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We are delighted to announce that the fourth Spring Campus Conference 2019 will take place at the Freie Universität from April 1st to 5th 2019.

News from Nov 21, 2018

The UAS Spring Campus Conference is intended as a platform for sharing experiences. Through parallel workshops, the program offers insights into state-of-the-art research, uniting senior and junior researchers from across the globe. What’s more, we invite senior management staff to discuss the best examples of sustainable campus management in a tailored workshop. There will also be opportunities to network within the UAS network and beyond.

The Opening Day on April 1st, 2019 features keynote speeches from renowned experts as well as presentations from representatives from UAS partner universities.

On Tuesday and Wednesday (April 2-3), we will continue with a program of parallel research and management workshops featuring contributions from different disciplines.

Additionally, a PhD Conference will be organized, which will complete the Spring Campus with a two-day meeting on Thursday and Friday (April 4-5).

This is far from our first Spring Campus Conference! During the Spring Campus 2018, we welcomed 144 researchers, students and sustainability experts from 14 countries, and 42 universities and institutions. Take a look at presentations, photos and information from past events here.

Further information and a complete program of the Spring Campus 2019 will be available soon here.

This event is organized by: The University Alliance of Sustainability

The UAS combines the individual strengths of five strategic partner universities: Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Peking University, St. Petersburg State University, University of British Columbia, and Freie Universität Berlin. Each one focuses on sustainability as a holistic approach for collaborating in research, teaching, campus management, and outreach activities, developing joint research and teaching projects on the topic of sustainability. The German Academic Exchange Service funds the network.

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