The Catholic University of Lyon highlights its openness to its social and economic environment and its territories, as well as its research efforts, across disciplines, to do, among other things, reflection on the integrated environment.
In the “Science and Humanities Forum”. The expression is a motto for this new academic year at the Catholic University of Lyon (Ucly, 8009 students, 3000 listeners, 150 research professors). Since its founding in 2015 on the Saint Paul website, a great example of how a prison can be recycled into a place of knowledge, the university has accelerated its transformation. became more” A university linked to modernity and the critical challenges of the contemporary world..
In the life sciences, Ucly University offers training for Laboratory Technicians, Esquese Technicians (High School of Quality, Safety, Health and Environment and Graduate School of Biology, Biochemistry and Biotechnology). There are more courses in the humanities and social sciences.
At the crossroads of life sciences, humanities and disciplines such as theology, the research unit “Confluence Sciences and Humanities”, created in 2020, has been recognized by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research. It has 140 research professors and 60 doctoral students.
Directed by Valerie Obourg, who is also the Vice Dean in charge of research, it brings together life sciences, the environment, and the humanities and social sciences. Scholars from both disciplines work with ethics, intercultural interaction, the environment, and vulnerability.
The word rendezvous means not only the establishment of Ucly in Presque-Île de Lyon, but also the convergence of partners in France and around the world. Meet again, from the investigation, not closed in on himself, but in response to the questions of society. The unit brings together eight business areas, from theology, philosophy and religious sciences to “sustainable businesses and organizations,” passing through development, environment and ethics.
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