Come to the EUniWell Open Lecture on 10 March on the role of universities in promoting well-being
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The topic of this lecture has been changed due to the war in Ukraine. Click on 'more information and participate' below for further details.
As part of the EUniWell Open Lecture Series, Scientific Director and Professor Joachim Koops will be giving an online lecture followed by a Q&A on Thursday 10 March 2022 at 14:00 CET. The lecture is titled ‘The role of universities in promoting individual and societal well-being – internal, external and global dimensions. You are welcome to attend.
About this open lecture
This EUniWell Open Lecture outlines the historical evolution of universities’ roles in and approaches to promoting individual, social and societal well-being, assesses core advances and discusses major challenges. Read the complete abstract.
About the Open Lecture Series
EUniWell is united by the shared ambition to create a European University for the benefit and well-being of all. To achieve this ambitious goal, it is necessary not only to generate but also to communicate new knowledge and create opportunities for open, nuanced and dynamic exchange. EUniWell has therefore launched an Open Lecture Series on the topic of ‘Research on Well-being’.
Leiden University has been a member of EUniWell, the European University of Well-Being, since 2020. EUniWell is an alliance of seven universities with a strong focus on improving health and well-being, the lived environment and the climate. Alongside Leiden, the universities of Birmingham, Cologne, Florence, Linnaeus, Nantes and Budapest are members. For the highlights of 2021, read also the article on the ‘Good Practices on Student Well-Being’ EUniWell Symposium, which was organised by Leiden University.