The third Transdisciplinary Case Study Course will take place in Racha, Georgia, on August 1-10, 2020. The activities will begin with preliminary trainings at TSU and move to the field. The Armenian case study course is still on hold, due … Continue reading →
The CaucaSusT project, specifically its activities in Georgia, was discussed at an Austrian TV programme (in German) by the Austrian project partners.
Master Students from ASPU, Narek Sahakyan and Tigran Yengibaryan, who participated in the CaucaSusT Field Case Study Course in Armenia in 2018, came to BOKU for a semester supported by the Erasmus+ programme. Both of them plan to present their … Continue reading →
Ani Mkrtumyan, a PhD student from ASPU, recently joined the BOKU CaucaSusT team in Vienna, and will stay with us for 6 months. Ani’s research concerns approaches to teaching Geography, and she is planning to explore how transdisciplinary and interdisciplinary … Continue reading →
The research work of Lela Khartishvili, the APPEAR Scholar from Georgia working on the CaucaSusT project, was featured in the APPEAR news: https://appear.at/en/news/article/2019/01/developing-new-models-of-sustainable-community-cooperation-in-mountain-regions-of-georgia/
This project is supported by the Austrian Integration Program for Higher Education and Research Development