The University of Granada will run a diverse range of activities on Friday 8 February to mark the beginning of the Chinese New Year (Year of the Pig).
The Science, City, and Change exhibition, which will open on 6 February, explores the pivotal role played by science and scientific institutions — led by the UGR — as drivers of change in Granada since the mid-19th century.
The launch meeting of the Erasmus+ project ‘Strengthening Teaching Competences in Higher Education in Natural and Mathematical Sciences-TeComp’ was held between 15 and 17 January 2019, bringing together partners from Serbia, Albania, Slovakia, Belgium, Czech Republic and Spain.
The International Researcher Development Week (IRDW) is a one-week event for researchers and academics as well as policy officers in charge of research and knowledge transfer at the partner universities of the University of Granada. The event is financed by the European Union's Erasmus+ International Dimension Programme and will take place from 25 to 29 March 2019.
The International Conference on the Protection of Children in Armed Conflict will be held at the University of Granada from 21 to 22 March 2019.
Ninety per cent of tickets and receipts — those whose ink fades after some time because they are made of ‘thermal paper’ — contain bisphenol A (BPA). BPA is a well‑known endocrine disruptor that alters hormonal balance in people exposed to it and leads to hormonal diseases such as genitourinary malformations, infertility, obesity and cancer in hormone‑dependent organs (such as breast cancer).
The University of Granada recently joined the consortium in charge of the MITRA Erasmus Mundus Master’s Degree in Transnational Migration, a pioneering programme that is jointly offered by seven European universities and three associate universities from Greece, Senegal and Brazil.
The Vice-Rectorate for Internationalization will run Induction Days in January and February 2019 to help our international students to get their bearings and adjust to studying in Granada.
The University of Granada’s research potential once again stands out in the 2018 list of Highly Cited Researchers compiled by the North American company Clarivate Analytics, with 8 highly cited researchers featuring in this prestigious ranking system.
The UGR is currently participating in the European project entitled “AIMED – Aiming to educate by promoting the academic dimension of Erasmus+”, which will focus on enhancing key academic aspects of international student mobility.