Despite the commitment of the entire university community to maintaining face-to-face teaching from the beginning of the academic year, all classes will henceforth take place remotely, except for some practical classes in which stricter hygiene measures will be imposed. All teachers are invited to give their lessons using the available digital resources. Digital tools, specific platforms and network capacity have been strengthened thanks to the system introduced since the first lockdown and as part of the preparations of the beginning of the academic year from September.
The University of Strasbourg has announced the 15 winners of the development programme for Instituts thématiques interdisciplinaires (Interdisciplinary Thematic Institutes - ITIs) of research and teaching. By creating these ITIs, the University of Strasbourg, in partnership with the CNRS and the Inserm, is consolidating its long-term policy in favour of interdisciplinarity and of strengthening the connection between teaching and research.
The EPICUR Alliance has just signed a partnership agreement in Strasbourg, during its first Steering Committee. It confirms the support of the European Commission and strengthens the cooperation within the consortium to become an attractive, innovative European university, geared to the new generation of European citizens, to face the great societal challenges of the Europe of tomorrow.