Within the celebration of Europe Day and European Neighbourhood Day Quadrivium presented the ENACTED project ‘European Union and its neighborhood. Network for enhancing EU’s actorness in the eastern borderlands (2017-2625), co-funded by the European Union, at BukScience-2020.
Within the celebration of Europe Day and European Neighbourhood Day on May 16 Quadrivium presented the ENACTED project ‘European Union and its neighborhood. Network for enhancing EU’s actorness in the eastern borderlands (2017-2625), co-funded by the European Union, at BukScience-2020.
BukScience-2020 is a scientific and educational project that aims to promote science and its achievements in a simple and interactive way beyond academic and scientific environments, reaching a much broader audience. Building a bridge between educators, scientists and broader society this initiative seek to enhance youth’s creativity and to more saliently share the message that science is truly interesting, accessible and linked to everyday needs.
In this regards, the ENACTED project’s philosophy entirely corresponds to the logic of BukScience-2020 given that ENACTED via development the already established cooperation frameworks seek to support young researchers to enhance their knowledge in various EU-related issues and stimulate the participation of youth with limited previous experience in the international professional networks. Moreover, ENACTED addresses the need to enhance the EU actorness in the eastern borderlands by consolidating knowledge in this field from a triple set of activities – research, teaching, debate-oriented events. On the regular base, Quadrivium disseminates all the updates on our activities within the ENACTED project and we always encourage everyone who is interested in participation to apply for our events.
This time the essay contest ‘Looking to the future – common values, common dreams’, organized by Quadrivium, Yurii Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, PIC NGO, I. I. Mechnikov Odesa National University and Communication Office at Chernivtsi Regional State Administration, takes place online only but still it has sparked great interest among the students. We have received creative essays from all the regions of Ukraine. Among all the insightful and though-provoking essays we have received after a thorough and challenging evaluation by the committee, five best essays were selected with the following results:
- Andrii Tymchuk (Yurii Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University) – 28 points;
- Vitalii Naida (Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs) – 27 points;
- Vladyslav Harasimov (Yurii Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University) – 25 points;
- Liliia Semyvolos (Taras Shevchenko Luhansk National University) – 24 points;
- Maksym Makhan’kov (Ivan Franko Lviv National University of Lviv) – 23 points.
The selected authors will record short video-presentations. On May 23 these videos will be posted on facebook and will be rated by facebook users. The video with the highest number of ‘likes’ will receive 10 points, the second ‘most liked’ video – 8 points, the third – 6 points, the fourth – 4 points, the fifth – 2 points. The obtained points will be added to those indicated above. The three best essays will take part in the international stage of the essay contest will compete for the main prize.
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