The BUP weekly

 

Dear BUP friends,

Summer is here! With only 2 days until the summer solstice, the white nights of the north and summer heats of the south, keep on calling for our attention. Thus, this will be the last BUP weekly for this academic year, as we at the BUP coordinating secretariat takes summer vacation.

But don't worry, we have packed this BUP weekly with news to keep you satisfied until mid-August, when we are back!

We thank you all for a successful academic year and we wish you a great summer!

With best regards from the The Baltic University Programme’s coordinating secretariat,

Madeleine, Lyudmyla, Ulrika, Pontus and Christian.


BUP secretariat news

PhD students are invited to

The BUP's VIII PhD Students Training

The PhD students training is an opportunity for PhD students to meet and discuss scientific problems with a focus on sustainable development in an interdisciplinary, international, multicultural, and regional context. In this way, students will also get the opportunity to become acquainted with research work at other universities and their scientific traditions. The training program will be based on an interdisciplinary approach.

  • 22-26 of November, 2020
  • Rogów, Poland
  • Open for PhD students that has completed at least 1 year of their research.
  • Free of charge for PhD students from BUP member universities (Cost for others 650€)

For more information visit the BUP website or click the "Apply" bottom get to the application page.

Apply

Deadline 15 September 2020


The Baltic University Programme and Belarusian State University invites researchers to the seminar

Baltic Sea Region – Cooperation without limits?

The Faculty of International Relations at Belarusian State University and the Baltic University Programme invites researchers to take part in the Research Seminar; Baltic Sea Region: Cooperation without limits?

The seminar will be held in the frameworks of the XIXth International Scientific conference "Belarus in Modern World". Accepted participants are welcome to submit the full text article for reviewing. The best enteries has the chance to be published in the international journal Studia Periegetica.

  • 29 October 2020
  • Minsk, Belarus
  • Open for Researches, Experts, Teachers & PhD students

The BUP has 10 grants covering accomodation and food for 2 nights (28-30 October 2020) for researchers from BUP member universities.

For more information visit the BUP website or click "apply" to get directly to the offical conference page.

Apply

Deadline 31 August 2020


The Baltic University Programme and Regeneration 2030 invites students to

Regeneration 2030 – Summit 2020 ONLINE

Each year Regeneration 2030 organizes a summit, where young people meet to develop ideas and mobilize power to ensure that our region reaches its sustainability goals. The summit is organized by several organizations, with the BUP being one of them.

This year, due to the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic, the summit will be held online. Meaning that you can either join with your computer from home or meet up with other participants from your region in one of the local hubs

  • 20-21 of August 2020
  • Online
  • Open for undergraduate, graduate and PhD students under 32 years of age. 

Read more about the event at the BUP website or at Regeneneration2030.org or click "Register" to get straight to the registration.

Register

Deadline 1 August 2020


BUP member news

Uppsala University invites to the 14th Conference on Baltic Studies in Europe (CBSE)

“Rights and Recognition in the Baltic Context”

In 2021, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania will mark 100 years of international recognition de jure as modern independent states, and 30 years of recognition of their reestablishment as independent democracies following a half century of Soviet domination. At the same time, it will be 300 years since the Treaty of Nystad ended Swedish rule in the Baltic territories, resulting in the creation of provinces of the Russian Empire with their own particular system of rights and regulations. Similar to today, however, these rights were not applied evenly across society. Then as now, some voices are suppressed, and some groups struggle for recognition. Thus, the main theme of the CBSE Uppsala in 2021 will be to look at aspects of rights and recognition in their broader meanings, as they pertain to the societies of the eastern Baltic littoral.

  • 3-5 of June, 2021
  • Uppsala, Sweden

For more information and Call for Papers, please visit the conference page

Contact:

cbse2021-ires@uu.se

Deadline 30 September 2020


Jagiellonian University in Kraków is looking for a PhD candidate for the project
 

Climate crisis: a new paradigm for addressing minimization of plastic harm in the era of COVID-19 pandemic

Environmental Education Research Team in co-operation with Institute of Environmental Sciences and Institute of Geography & Spatial Management, Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland are seeking a motivated PhD candidate to join the project “Climate crisis: a new paradigm for addressing minimization of plastic harm in the era of COVID-19 pandemic”

For more information, contact Prof. Małgorzata Grodzińska-Jurczak.


Regional News

Swedish Institute opens up for new funding opportunties for

Academic collaboration in the Baltic Sea region

The Swedish Institute (SI) offers funding to Swedish universities, for projects together with their partners in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine. Universities from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland may also be involved. The overall thematic area is strengthened capacity for internationalization within higher education and research. The call is open to new as well as already established partnerships.For more information visit: www.si.se

Deadline 30 September 2020