Call for Abstracts is now open: ‘Teaching RRI at University’ for the HEIRRI Conference
HEIRRI project (Higher Education Institutions and Responsible Research and Innovation) opens the Call for Abstracts of its 1st Conference, hosted in Cosmocaixa Science Museum in Barcelona next 18th March 2016
The Call is open to contributions that present practices and training resources on how different elements of RRI are being integrated into higher education curricula and the learning outcomes to which they lead
HEIRRI 1st Conference, Teaching Responsible Research and Innovation at University, to be held in Cosmocaixa Science Museum, in Barcelona, next 18th March 2016, is a stimulating forum to discuss new ways to teach and learn how research and innovation should adapt to current changing times.
The Call for Abstracts of this 1st HEIRRI Conferencewelcomes contributions that present practices and training resources on how different elements of RRI –including research integrity, gender equality, science governance, open access, public engagement, but also anticipation, diversity, inclusion, reflection, responsiveness, sustainability, transparency and others– are being integrated into higher education curricula and the learning outcomes to which they lead.
Contributions from different countries, contexts, and disciplines, both from the humanities as well as natural and social sciences, are highly appreciated given the multidisciplinary approach of RRI.
Have a look at the preliminary conference programme here.
Further information about the Conference and abstract submission can be found here.
What is HEIRRI?
HEIRRI (Higher Education Institutions & Responsible Research and Innovation) is a European project that aims to integrate the concept of “Responsible Research and Innovation”, or RRI, in the science and engineering degrees, mainly focusing on universities and other higher education institutions (HEIs). HEIRRI started on September 1st 2015, it will last three years and it has an approximate budget of one and a half million euros.