The European E-STEAM project for the promotion of STEM studies (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) among women, has met in Castellón on the occasion of its 3rd Transnational Meeting. The Jaume I-Empresa University Foundation has hosted the meeting, attended by the consortium partners: the Silves School Association from Portugal; First Private School Leonardo da Vinci Ltd of Bulgaria; Dimitrie Cantemir University and Fundatia Professional, from Romania and the Institute of Entrepreneurship Development IED of Greece, who travelled to Castellón on September 25 and 26 to attend this meeting and monitor the progress of the project.
Pilar Safont, Vicerector for Language Promotion and Equality of the Jaume I University and the FUE-UJI Manager, Gloria Serra, received the E-STEAM project partners and thanked the work of the entire group, stating that it is a project more than necessary. “It is our responsibility, as educational institutions, to make knowledge and science attractive to women,” said the Vicerector for Language Promotion and Equality at the UJI.
The European RESTAT project for an accessible tourism moves towards its midterm stage during this semester, thus fulfilling in the next months a year since its launch. During all these months, as a partner of this Erasmus + project in the action “Strategic Partnership in the field of education and training”, EuroFUE-UJI has worked on accessible tourism to develop quality metrics and promote accessibility and sustainability in the tourism sector.
The European Commission has approved the new Erasmus + ASIDE project, Adult Social Inclusion in Digital Environment, in which the FUE-UJI participates as a partner. The consortium that integrates this European project includes 3 international partners, among which is the FUE-UJI, and whose association aims to improve social inclusion in terms of basic digital skills.
The European ASIDE project is part of the Erasmus + program, in the “Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education” modality. In its two-year duration, a digital platform will be created as a portfolio that will offer the tools needed to promote inclusive education and bridge the digital divide in the society.
EuroFUE-UJI will be the host of the third Transnational Meeting between partners of the E-STEAM european Project. This third meeting will take place next 25th and 26th of September in the FUE-UJI offices at the University Campus, where the last details of the programme for these journeys are being set.
The amount of six international organisations will meet in Castelló in order to work together in the next steps that the Project should take with the aim of contributing to the equality between men and women in the STEM areas. The E-STEAM project is led by the Silves School Group (Portugal) and is composed of five other partners, including First Private School Leonardo da Vinci Ltd of Bulgaria, Dimitrie Cantemir University (DCU) of Romania, Institute of entrepreneurship development IED of Greece, the Professional Foundation of Romania and the Jaume I-Empresa University Foundation of Spain, who has been chosen as coordinator and organizer of this meeting.
The FUE-UJI has received approval from the European Commission to start working on the new Erasmus + project, Ecoblue Tourism. Under this acronym, the consortium formed by 7 international partners coordinated by the FUE-UJI aims to promote ecological tourism by increasing opportunities for entrepreneurship in blue ecotourism in coastal countries.
The European Ecoblue Tourism project is part of the Erasmus + program in the Strategic Partnerships in the field of education modality. This project, which will have a duration of two years, will carry out a methodology of innovative training to improve the entrepreneurial skills of young people long-term unemployed who wish to develop businesses in the blue ecotourism sector.