A three-day working meeting held at University Centre for Environmental Studies and Sustainable Development site in Warsaw as part of the MERGED project, attended by representatives of the University of Copenhagen and the UCBS (University of Warsaw) team along with the Contributing Departments, has concluded.
The meeting was aimed at preparing the program of a field course for students majoring in Global Environment and Development, which will be held at European Center for Geological Education (ECEG) in Chęciny (Poland). This means that a new field course will soon be available.
An important part of the meeting was to strengthen cooperation, exchange experiences and get to know each other’s UCPH and UCBS teams.
Visit to ECEG (European Center for Geological Education)
Part of the meeting also included a visit to the European Center for Geological Education in Chęciny (Poland) to acquaint UCPH representatives with the possibilities of the teaching infrastructure offered by the University of Warsaw.
European Centre for Geological Education is one of the most modern of the research institute and conference facility operating within the structures of the University of Warsaw. Beautifully located, right in the heart of an extinct quarry in the Holy Cross Mountains considered to be an unique region of Europe and perfect research environment for geologists.