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GETM3 researchers will meet at SEB LU again this autumn

29.08.2019Comments are closed.

University of Ljubljana is organizing the upcoming GETM3 researcher gathering, referred to as “sandpit”, which will take place between 16th and 20nd of September, 2019. This will be the 11th gathering since the very beginning of this international, interdisciplinary research and innovation project MSCA-RISE funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 stream. Researchers from higher education institutions and industry partners from Ireland, Poland, Slovenia, South Korea and United Kingdom work towards better understanding of global entrepreneurial talent management.

Sandpits are organized quarterly by academic partners across the globe to connect international and domestic researchers with industry partners and facilitate knowledge exchange. “We are delighted to welcome our friends to Slovenia. The upcoming intensive program, co-hosted by School of Economics and Business and Faculty of Computer and Information Science, will focus on deliverables related to employer toolkits, curriculum innovations, case studies, and researcher handbook. It will offer a great opportunity for sharing ideas, offering different perspectives, working on publications, and having fun along the way!” says Professor Katarina Katja Mihelič from School of Economics and Business, who is leading the workpackage focused on the Employers’ perspective.

You are invited to follow the GETM3 activities and events on our official Facebook page.

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