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Linköping wins prestigious ‘European Capital of Innovation Award 2023’

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Vital new student accommodation for Bolzano gets the go ahead

The housing crisis has emerged as one of the most pressing challenges in urban areas around Europe. In order to face housing shortages for university students, the City of Bozen/Bolzano has instructed their offices to proceed with the necessary agreements to accelerate the construction of much needed student dormitories in new areas. A public call was […]

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Posted by Alison Ward on 28 February 2024


Revolutionising LMI Access: Unveiling the LMI Chat from LMI-EUniv

In the current era, marked by the high complexity of Labour Market Intelligence (LMI), the LMI-EUniv project introduces the innovative LMI Chat, a pioneering LLM chatbot designed to facilitate the streamlined acquisition of LMI. This initiative, developed by the Research Group in Social and Economic Complexity (SCOPE) from the West University of Timisoara within the […]

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Posted by Alison Ward on 15 February 2024


“Parma Executive Skills”: advanced university training course for Parma City Council employees

This is an important and highly innovative course, not just for Parma and the wider region, but also on the national stage. Its uniqueness, originality and modern approach sets it apart. The course structure involves practical workshops linked to the running and operation of the authority and the Municipality’s own strategic objectives, with a particular […]

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Posted by Alison Ward on 7 February 2024


The University of Malaga and Malaga City Council jointly appoint a ‘Chair of Social Inclusion’

The new Chair has been promoted from the University of Malaga (UMA) by the Department of Social Psychology, Social Work, Social Services and Social Anthropology, in collaboration with the Municipal Observatory for Social Inclusion. The appointment builds on an agreement dating back to 2022 which included a financial contribution from the City Council of 20,000 […]

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Posted by Alison Ward on 31 January 2024


Magdeburg announces the first university school in Saxony-Anhalt

Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg is planning to establish the first university school in Saxony-Anhalt, working in cooperation with the state capital, Magdeburg. Jens Strackeljan, Rector of the University, and Eik Ruddat, Director of the “Willy Brandt School“, signed an initial cooperation agreement at the end of December 2023. The aim of the future institutional […]

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Posted by Alison Ward on 24 January 2024


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