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Partnerships and Networks

SUSTAINABILITY AT NOVA

 

Partnerships and Networks are an essential driver towards sustainability, acknowledged by the United Nations 2030 Agenda in the Sustainable Development Goal 17 – Partnerships for the Goals.

Nova University works together with NOVA Community to address the global challenges, collaborating at a local, national, and global levels towards sustainability. It is involved in various international cooperation projects, either as coordinator or partner institution, which conveys its ability to establish partnerships with universities in different countries for the implementation of projects spanning across the globe. NOVA is a member of several international networks that facilitate the mobility of students and researchers and the development of collaborative programmes and projects. All Academic Units participate in specific networks related to their teaching and research fields.

 

Know more about some of our networks and strategic partnerships with a focus on Sustainability:

NOVA-Lancaster for Sustainability

NOVA-Lancaster for Sustainability

Strategic partnership between NOVA and Lancaster University 

 
The strategic partnership between Nova University Lisbon and Lancaster University was formally established in June 2018, when Lancaster and NOVA University Lisbon signed a Memorandum of Understanding in Lisbon. This partnership explores opportunities for collaborative research, joint teaching initiatives and strategic knowledge exchange, staff development and student recruitment. 
 
Visit the dedicated website for more details: NOVA-Lancaster for Sustainability
 

NOVA-Aga Khan University Partnership

NOVA-Aga Khan University Partnership

The strategic partnership was formally established in June 2019, when Aga Khan University and NOVA signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in Lisbon. The agreement aims to facilitate collaboration in various fields including health sciences, humanities, media and communications ans sustainability.

The Memorandum aims to promote and strengthen the partnership between the two institutions in order to improve the quality of life of vulnerable populations, promote knowledge through research, and to promote international and cross-cultural cooperation and understanding.

Highlights

NOVA awarded the title of Doctor Honoris Causa to His Highness Shah Karim al-Hussaini, Prince Aga Khan

NOVA and Aga Khan Development Network collaborate in Africa

NOVA signs protocol for archaeological intervention at Ribat of Arrifana

Events

Symposium Stem Cell Science, Regenerative Medicine, Ethics and Society 2019

Sustainable Campus Network

Rede Campus Sustentável – Portugal

NOVA signed the Letter of Intent of the Sustainable Campus Network, assuming its public commitment to principles and practices of sustainability in higher education. Know more here.

Eco-Campus

EcoCampus is a concept that reflects the adaptation of the international Eco-Schools program in higher education, the largest global sustainable schools programme. Eco-Schools actively support students by fostering critical problem solving skills, systems thinking and preparing them to become future decision-makers and tackle sustainability challenges in life and in the workforce.

4 Academic Units participate in the program, and 3 were awarded a green flag, distinguishing their efforts and commitments to become more sustainable (NMS, FCSH, and FCT).

Observatório da Responsabilidade Social e Instituições de Ensino Superior (ORSIES)

The idea of ​​this project arises from the increasing relevance of social responsibility, not only in the business and corporate area, but also in other organizations in our society, namely in Higher Education Institutions.

Visit the website and know more.