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EUniWell Second Seed Funding Call – session 17th of December

14 December 2020

On 17 November 2020, EUniWell has initiated a second Seed Funding Call to further deepen our mutual bonds and create more new and innovative ideas for well-being.

Official Launch of the 2nd EUniWell Seed-Funding Call

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Do you have an idea for a seed funding proposal?

  • Do you have an idea for a seed funding proposal?
  • Do you need help to find partners?
  • Are you interested in getting into contact with researchers or staff members from the other EUniWell-universities

EUniWell is organizing an open Zoom meeting for all the potential Seed Funding Call candidates for questions and networking on 17 December.

Participate on Thursday 17 December 12:00 hrs

What is the purpose of the EUniWell Seed Funding Programme?

The EUniWell Seed Funding Programme is intended to bring together researchers, students, educators, and administrators from 7 universities. The first call was issued in spring 2020. More than 60 interuniversity teams submitted applications, the best of which were funded by EUniWell to develop new research approaches, research-based teaching initiatives and mobility schemes that will promote well-being on a European scale.

Find partners

If you have an idea for a seed funding proposal and need help to find partners, please fill out the form https://www.euniwell.eu/participate/call-for-joint-projects/partner-search to easier identify possible staff that might be interested in your project idea. Other researchers already shared their projects and are looking for partners. You can download an overview here. (Please note: use your ULCN account to access the file).

What proposals will be considered for funding?

EUniWell’s core commitment is to advance well-being in Health, Education, People and Institutions, and/or the Environment. The programme is not restricted in terms of content or theme, but priority will be given to proposals that address these themes. Projects can be on research, teaching, policy and/or administrative development. Projects that are important for the further development of the consortium can be funded up to 25,000€ for the duration of one year. The deadline is January 29.

For more information, you can read the call letter.

Curious which projects got funded after the first call? See their videos.

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