Un réseau de partage de ressources et d'expériences pour des villes nourricières
Heure : 21 juin 2015 à 17:00 au 25 juin 2015 à 17:00
Emplacement : Université de Reims
Rue : 57 rue Pierre Taittinger
Ville : Reims
Site Web ou carte : http://www.sustainability-stu…
Type d'événement : ecole, d'été
Organisé par : François Mancebo (Rheims University, France),
Activité la plus récente : 16 mars 2015
This course is specifically designed not only for doctoral students, but also for pre-docs, post-docs and young scho- lars, who whish to further explore sustainable urban agriculture, discuss cutting-edge research with peers and esta- blished scholars alike and develop specific skills such as presenting their own research, developing abstracts, perfor- ming in situ observations and discussing the research of other scholars in the make.
The course will take place in an environment that favours mutual learning, exchange and conviviality surrounded by the beautiful landscape of Champagne. The summer school is composed of three modules and a high-level final conference. The specific topics of each module are the following:
Each module lasts a full day and is composed of two sessions:
Each participant is expected to attend the morning lectures, as well as present and discuss their research and abstracts in the afternoon workshops. The final day will be devoted to the participation in the final conference of the Fifth Rencontres Internationales de Reims in Sustainability Studies, which this year focus on Urban Agriculture: Fostering the Urban-Rural Continuum.
The tuition fee covers all standard costs related to the summer school, except travel, dining and accom- modation. Each participant is responsible for his or her own travel to Reims. The organizers found a convenient accommodation solution and put together a convivial dining package, including a vegetarian option and a formal dinner with lecturers, at a student-friendly price. All participants are most welcome to join in, but participants are of course free to dine independently and find their own accommodation. Local transport, coffee breaks, lunches, planned drinks and the cultural program are free for all enrolled partici-pants. The accommodation and dining packages need to be paid in advance.