Events in Münster

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GLOSUS PROJECT: Unveiling Sustainability's Local Realities

The GLOSUS project – "The Global Geographies of Sustainability: Local Knowledge, Everyday Practices, and non-professional Forms of Living and Housing" is an initiative funded by DAAD and CAPES, which marks a very significant collaboration between the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism at the University of São Paulo (FAU-USP) and the Institute of Geography at the University of Münster (UM).

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Brazil Science Days and 1st Meeting of the Brazilian diaspora in NRW: Brazil Centre celebrates the success of the event

On 19 and 20 October, the University of Münster (UM) received its first visit from the Embassy of Brazil in Berlin. The two-day visit programme included a meeting at the Rector's Office, several visits to institutes, getting to know the various campuses of the University of Münster, a meeting with the members of the Brazil Centre and finally the 1rst Meeting of the Brazilian Science Diaspora in NRW.

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Fiocruz representatives visit Münster University

The Brazil Centre was pleased to receive a return visit from the Fiocruz Foundation from Brazil

Prof Dr Stephan Ludwig (Institute of Molecular Virology), who has maintained contacts to Fiocruz for many years and initiated the university-wide partnership with Münster University, organised the visit to WWU with the support of the Brazil Centre.

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CAPES/DAAD - Probral

Deadline extended: 13 July 2023 until 5pm (BRT)/ 10pm (CEST)

The PROBRAL programme, a cooperation between the DAAD and CAPES has opened a new call. Up to 30 projects can be selected.

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University of Münster intensifies contacts in Brazil: A report by Norbert Robers

Translation of the text published within the dossier connected & interdisciplinary, on the WWU website

Norbert Robers, head of the Communication and Public Relations Office and press spokesperson of Münster University, accompanied the Rector and representatives of the Brazil Centre on their trip to Brazil (6 to 11 February) with a dense programme of about 15 meetings over five days in three cities with numerous partners.