SUNRAISE: Sustainable Natural Resource Use in Arctic and High Mountainous Areas

Project Details

Description

The action will mostly focus on bachelor’s and master’s levels (revision of curricula, development of new courses and modernization of existing ones, launching of new specialization streams), however it will also address selected aspects of doctoral provision (development of multidisciplinary research agenda, development of organizational capacity for networking and joint research).

The SUNRAISE e-learning system will be developed in order to enable sharing and dissemination of learning contents across the project network; series of webinars for master’s and PhD students will be piloted and arranged as regular events; MOOCs will be developed for each of the priority areas.
Short titleSUNRAISE: Sustainable Natural Resource Use
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/03/1814/10/21

Fields of Science and Technology Classification 2012

  • 105 Geosciences
  • 106 Biology

Fields of Science and Technology Classification 2012 (6-digit codes)

  • 105408 Physical geography
  • 106026 Ecosystem research

Fields of Science and Technology Classification 2002

  • 1805 Physical geography
  • 1414 Ecosystem research