The University of Murcia has joined the European University for Well-Being and becomes its eighth member.
The decision was based on the added value that Murcia academic qualities brings to the long-term strategy of EUniWell, coupled with a desire to broaden the impact of the EUniWell mission further across Europe.
The University of Murcia is expected to make immediate contributions to the EUniWell mission, especially through the four key arenas for research and teaching. Murcia’s focus on teacher training will bring added value especially to EUniWell’s Teacher Education Arena and its researchers have international reputations in topics including European and international law, the urban environment and climate change, artificial intelligence in clinical settings, and Open Science, all of which are core topics for EUniWell.
To catalyse the participation of Murcia faculty members, students and staff in EUniWell activities, the University of Murcia will immediately participate in the 4th EUniWell Seed Funding Call which will be launched on 28 March 2022.
Read more on the EUniWell website