Wellbeing in academic institutions - a key note lecture by Liisa Postareff

"Everyone in an academic community is responsible for enhancing academic wellbeing", says Liisa Postareff. She is one of the key note lecturers at Green Minds, Healthy Hearts -Social Sustainability Symposium on May 30th in Harald Herlin Learning Center and in stream.
Liisa Postareff

Liisa Postareff leads a Finnish Academy research project focusing on the relations between higher education teachers’ teaching processes and wellbeing. She works as a leading research scientist at Häme University of Applied Sciences (HAMK), where she leads the LearnWell research team focusing on higher education teaching, learning and academic wellbeing. "Teachers’ and students’ wellbeing are inter-related."

Postareff is one of the key note speakers in Green Minds, Healthy Hearts - Social Sustainability Symposium with the topic "Academic Wellbeing – The relations between teaching, learning and wellbeing of the learning community". 

Green Minds, Healthy Hearts - Social Sustainability Symposium May 30, 2023

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