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Are you a social sciences or humanities researcher, a Knowledge Transfer/Technology Transfer professional, a higher education institution staff member, or a policymaker looking for a community to debate and explore relevant topics? Look no further than REVALORISE+!

Our project speaks directly to this niche audience, which is why it has generated significant interest among Social Sciences and Humanities academia members. However, we understand that social media is not the usual target audience for this group. That’s why we have made it our mission to create a space on social media that fosters engagement and debate around important topics.

Our social media channels are the perfect place to stay up-to-date on the latest research and developments in the field, connect with like-minded individuals, and engage in lively discussions. We’ve already built a community of over 500 followers on LinkedIn and over 100 followers on Twitter.

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Young Universities for the Future of Europe Workshop Findings

By Maria Jose Herrero Villa Head of International Unit for Research and Knowledge Transfer, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Now that we are facing the final stretch of the REVALORISE+ project, it is a good point to look back, observe and be aware of the new challenges regarding the importance of research in social sciences

Veronika Poier

A Participant’s Perspective

By Veronika Poier REVALORISE+ training participant, Veronika Poier shares her experience of the programme and insights on her research in Post Disaster Reconstruction. I benefitted greatly from the REVALORISE+ Program as it helped me streamline my project on post disaster reconstruction. My initial goal was to take my research to the level of valorisation, where

PLUS E-zine

Issue #4

In this issue of PLUS magazine, participants of our programme provide initial insights into their experience with the REVALORISE+ Researcher Training, as well as a glimpse into what they are working on themselves. We also introduce our upcoming training programme for university professional staff.