On 19th and 20th April 2018, Re@WBC project team of the University of East Sarajevo organized two Training-seminars within activity 3.7: “Raising awareness about the significance of multidisciplinary approach to research” at Production and Management Faculty Trebinje, and Faculty of Medicine, Foča. Motivated by a general lack of multidisciplinarity in research in the Western Balkan universities, this workshop is organized to demonstrate the benefit of multidisciplinary approaches, with specific case studies of a poor and profitable research. Lectures were held with the aim of introducing as many teachers and associates as possible with methods and trends in teaching at higher education institutions.
The participants were addressed by Vice-Rector for Science, Research and Development professor Siniša Berjan. This training primarily was intended for young researchers (docents, senior assistants, assistants, II and III cycle students) but also for all other interested professors, researchers and students. This training was attended by 55 students, researchers and professors from the University of East Sarajevo. Lectures held a respected professor Branka Kovačević from the Faculty of Philosophy of University of East Sarajevo, professor Siniša Berjan Vice-Rector for Science, Research and Development and professor Vera Cevriz-Nišić, Vice-rector for Teaching.
Concluding with this activity, the University of East Sarajevo has completed all planned educational trainings, seminars and workshops within the Re@WBC project. Our students, researchers, assistants and professors have shown great interest to this actual topic, and had active role in discussions.