Since the beginning of the autumn semester last year, doctoral student Viesturs Bambāns has been working at Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences (ViA), thus contributing to the achievement of the goal of the project “Academic Staff and Human Resources Development at Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences” – to involve doctoral students in the academic work of the university and to promote the attraction of new academic staff in the long term.
As this article is being published, four NextGen partners are launching new initiatives where technology becomes a tool for educating younger generations in order to prepare them for the future of work that will be.
The world of work is changing. Artificial intelligence, automation and robotics will make this change as significant as the mechanization in prior generations of agriculture and manufacturing. While some jobs will be lost, and many others created, almost everything will be different compared to today. No one can predict the future, but among the many studies available worldwide on the future of work, technologies will significantly impact the way we work, and the place humans will have in the job market.
E³UDRES² promotes the development of small and medium-sized cities and their rural environments into smart and sustainable European regions and shapes a prosperous future with the best possible quality of life for self-determined people in a progressive European society. E³UDRES² co-creates outstanding ideas and concepts for future universities, integrates challenge-based education, missionoriented research, human-centred innovation as well as open and engaged knowledge exchange as interrelated core areas and establishes an exemplary multi-university campus across Europe.
The publication, created within the framework of the project “Simulation Games in Strategic Communication” (SimGames), focuses on the current COVID - 19 situation, during which full-time studies were transformed into online format, creating challenges not only for teachers but also for students.
On Friday, October 16, the mobile telecommunications operator LMT and Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences signed a Memorandum of Understanding, expressing their commitment to promote mutual transfer of experience and knowledge in order to strengthen capacity and research opportunities in the fields of cooperation applicable in the national economy.
Trying out new ways to economic success, experimenting, and daring does not depend on the size of a city! In Valmiera, innovations are systematically sought after and promoted to achieve economic goals.