In 2018 WUR was awarded an NWO Comenius leadership grant for its project ‘Boundary crossing as modus operandi at Wageningen University’. The project, about stimulating students’ competences to work together with others outside one’s own scientific domain, institute, culture or scientific context, is now entering its final project phase. 4TU.CEE plays a role in the project via several project members, among them are Perry den Brok, Carla Oonk, Cassandra Tho, Judith Gulikers. 4TU.CEE actively shares the projects’ outcomes and tools, for example via the Innovation Map.
Recently a workshop was held at WUR in which results and experiences were exchanged. In this blog you can find the latest update on the project, such as boundary crossing knowledge clips. More background information on the project can be found on the 4TU.CEE Innovation map.
About the project ‘Boundary crossing as modus operandi at Wageningen University’
Boundary crossing competence is regarded as one of the major competencies needed by future university graduates. Wageningen University investigates how, and experiments with instruments to enable students and teachers to develop the necessary boundary crossing skills; on course level, programme level, and in its university-wide education policies.