10th GCHERA Conference 24 to 26 April 2019 – REGISTER NOW !

the GCHERA Conference Executive Committee invite you to Register for the GCHERA Conference. The Conference will support the leaders of agricultural and life science universities to develop their university’s strategic engagement in education, research, innovation and outreach to address the global challenges for sustainable development.

The Conference will take the opportunity of a global meeting of university leaders to compare and contrast our understanding of the challenges, and evaluate approaches and developments from across the globe

The Conference focuses on Leadership of Agricultural and Life Science Universities for a Sustainable World and will take place from 24 to 26 April at the University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest (USAMV), Romania.  See the Keynote Presenters at the GCHERA Conference Programme for the four themed sessions:

  1. Meeting the challenges of the Sustainable Development Goals by society as a whole and in the bioeconomy sectors in particular
  2. Attracting and engaging youth and life long learners in the education programmes meeting the needs for a workforce that can provide sustainable solutions for the future
  3. Contributing to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals: impact through outreach/extension, innovation and incubation, public-private partnerships and engagement with policy makers
  4. Providing leadership for a sustainable world through partnership (SDG 17)

Offered papers in the programme to follow.

You are invited to submit an abstract for an offered presentation by the 28 February.  For suggestions for submitting an abstract under one of the themes please see the Call for Abstracts TAB on the GCHERA Conference website

The GCHERA Conference Executive Committee:
Rector Sorin Mihai Cîmpeanu and Vice Rector Florin Stănică of the University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest (USAMV), Romania, and Pro Vice-chancellor Ylva Hillbur for International Relations at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU).

Posted on 03 Feb 2019