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April 08, 2020 Wednesday 02:33:05 AM IST

European University of Well-Being launches website

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The University of Birmingham has announced the launch of the website of EUniWell - The European University of Well-Being. EUniWell - unites the Universities of Birmingham, Firenze, Köln, Leiden, Linnaeus, Nantes, and Semmelweis with 102 associate partners drawn from seven distinct regions of Europe. It presents an action-oriented response to well-being grounded in research expertise, educational leadership, and civic engagement to deliver meaningful and sustainable change for our students and societies, our institutions and staff.

The challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic poses to well-being give EUniWell’s mission – to understand, improve, measure, and rebalance the well-being of individuals, communities, and society – new urgency. The coronavirus demands that we re-envision well-being from multiple-perspectives and navigate the manifold challenges presented to our globalized and connected world. Uniting strengths and wide-range expertise of the partnering universities, EUniWell’s network of experts are well-positioned to respond.

Visit EUniWell website not only for detailed information about the project itself but also to see regularly updated blogs where EUniWell’s academic and student community share perspectives on well-being and the coronavirus situation. https://www.euniwell.eu/




(Content and Image Courtesy: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/news/latest/2020/04/euniwell-launches-website.aspx)


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