Michael Heap: researcher on fire
This year, ten people received the prestigious 'Les Espoirs Scientifiques' prize from the University of Strasbourg at the 7 September academic year reception at the Palais Universitaire. Comparative literature, astronomy, geology ... they represent excellence in their fields and have agreed to explain in a few minutes the content of their research and the projects for which they will use the prize.
Erasmus+ : 30 years old!
The European Erasmus programme, now Erasmus+, celebrates three decades of exchanges, discoveries and student meetings in 2017. All this year, the University of Strasbourg be focusing its lens on the will of those who have taken the plunge, crossing the borders to study and live a unique experience, here and elsewhere ... or who are getting ready to do it!
Lea Menges, poet on the wire
Student in the second year of psychology, Lea Menges has published her first collection of poems, taken from her blog. Spontaneous texts, inspired by the daily life of a young girl of her age, criss-crossed with emotions and questions.
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A great return to uni!
Batucadas, samba, musical podium at the Metakiosk ... A hot atmosphere for these return days of September! And who says 'return' says 'what's new': a quick overview in pictures of the innovations and what's not to be missed in the 2017 vintage.
'Our objective is to develop research within the European Campus'
Since January, Catherine Florentz has held the position of Senior Vice-President, while retaining the position of Vice-President, Research and PhD. To accompany her in some of her missions, she has surrounded herself with an expanded team of four delegate Research vice-presidents.
Portrait of Alumni: Christophe Steyer, Director of the French Institute of Fez, Morocco
Passionate about culture, he holds a degree in musicology from the University of Strasbourg, has worked for the European Commission, has been involved in the management of the Misha, worked for international cooperation and the promotion of French culture in Bangladesh, Germany and Morocco.
Hepatitis C and liver cancer, a link under surveillance
Patients suffering from or having suffered from chronic hepatitis C are more likely to develop liver cancer. At the Institute for Research on Viral and Liver Diseases, Joachim Lupberger is interested in the still unknown mechanisms responsible for this greater susceptibility. Research supported by IdEx Attractivité funding since 2014.
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His Eldorado is Peru!
Arthur Morenas, a former student in Sciences Po, has just obtained a Doctoral Fellowship from the Institute of the Americas to carry out an immersion thesis in Peru, a country he already knows and that fascinates him. Looking back on his journey.
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Neustadt Quarter: impact of the Unesco label on everyday life practices
Since 9 July 2017, the Neustadt quarter has been declared World Heritage by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco). The right timing for Cathy Blanc-Reibel, doctoral student in urban sociology * since 2012, to reveal the main results of the survey she has been carrying out for two years to understand how the inhabitants of this quarter manage to reconcile the heritage dimension of their life with their daily lives.
For ten months, Anna David, a German volunteer at the Franco-German Youth Office (Ofaj), has been confronted with the daily reality of cross-border cooperation between universities. Between enthusiasm and student indifference, the journey of a young European across the borders.