Events & Courses
We regularly plan workshops, seminars, lectures, and other social events. In addition, we aim to organise at least one course per semester to support your professional development.
Addressing Climate Anxiety
Students may experience climate anxiety & other overwhelming emotions from external events beyond the classroom, which impact their learning. Explore how to validate emotional responses to these events, through dialogue, solution-oriented learning & directed civic engagement.
By combining game mechanics with pedagogical principles, simulations and serious games allow students to explore complex real-world issues, experience decision-making scenarios, and apply theoretical concepts in an interactive and inclusive learning environment.
An interdisciplinary thesis is an independent student project, which integrates knowledge, methods, and insights from two or more disciplines to examine a complex, often real-world, problem, yielding a richer understanding than a single disciplinary perspective.