Learning community: Energy
Learning Communities are innovative education methods within the FEB, and the RUG. An interdisciplinary approach to explore new ideas developed through research, discussed in networks, thought of by students or personal engagement. It creates a possibility for academic staff, students, businesses, alumni and other experts to work together in an unstructured environment. The focus is on experimenting, exploring, develop knowledge and skills, and engaging with society. Learning Communities (LC) usually last one semester. More information on learning communities can be found here.
'Energy Transitions: Greening the energy molecule'
For the field of Energy transition, CEER offers the learning community 'Energy Transitions: Greening the energy molecule' to broaden the experience for our students, and to increase the commitment and social interactions with the field. The learning community has started in the fall of 2018.
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