UNIL delegates in Lancaster
In the frame of the privileged partnership with Lancaster University, members of various UNIL faculties and services spent three days in Lancaster
A UNIL cohort reached Lancaster University earlier this week to meet with their counterparts in the frame of the privileged partnership signed between the two Universities.
UNIL Vice-Rector for Research, International Relations and Continuing Education, as well as members of the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of Geosciences, the Office for Information Resources and Archive and the International Relations Office gathered at Lancaster University to reflect with their colleagues on the projects ran jointly in the past year, and to develop new common projects.
Since 2015, the privileged partnership with Lancaster University allowed, among others, the establishment of joint courses and strong collaborations in research both in Arts and Geosciences, as well as a staff exchange program. Today, further collaborations are being discussed, including in Digital Humanities and around the challenges of Open Science.
par Marc Pilloud (Service des relations internationales)