EnRRICH. Enhancing Responsible Research and Innovation through Curricula in Higher Education

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From 28/06/2015 to 28/12/2017

The Enhancing Responsible Research and Innovation through Curricula in Higher education (EnRRICH) project will improve the capacity of students and staff in higher education to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes to support the embedding of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) in curricula by responding to the research needs of society as expressed by civil society organisations (CSOs). It will do this by identifying, developing, piloting, and disseminating good practice and relevant resources to embed the RRI keys in academic curricula across Europe. Through sharing learning and initiating discussion and debates at institutional, national and international levels both within the consortium and beyond it, the EnRRICH project will create a better awareness of, and enhance the policy context for, RRI in curricula and thereby produce more responsible and responsive graduates and researchers. This project will focus on the co-creation of research to enable students to acquire the broad range of skills, knowledge and experience needed for a knowledge economy and knowledge society to flourish.

The project is organising the 7th Living Knowledge Conference Dublin, 22-24th of June 2016

The project will develop case studies and guidelines demonstrating how RRI keys can be embedded and evaluated in a range of academic disciplines and at different levels in higher education

  • Science Shop/Science Communication Unit, Free University of Brussels, Belgium (Coordinator)
  • Science Shop, Queens University Belfast, United Kingdom
  • Community Academic Research Links initiative, University of Cork, Ireland
  • FOIST Laboratory, University of Sassari, Italy
  • Science Shop Bonn, Germany
  • Access and Civic Engagement Office, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland 
  • Public Engagement, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • Faculty of Business Administration, Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary
  • Science Shop Vechta/ Cloppenburg, University of Vechta, Germany
  • Education and Competence Studies, Wageningen University, The Netherlands
  • Unit of Public Engagement on Health Research, IrsiCaixa, Spain
  • Science & Society Department, University of Lyon, France
  • Strategic Development Department, Vilnius College of Technologies and Design, Lithuania
1 500 000€
Project reference: 665759
Funded under: H2020-SEAC-2014-1 
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