During the pandemic there have been fewer international visitors on SAMK campuses than usual. In October, we were pleased to receive visitors from Cape Verde and Namibia.
The Interreg Central Baltic program period 2014-2020 will come to an end as the last co-funded projects of the period are finalized in December 2022. Central Baltic will arrange a photo exhibition in each program country showcasing the results and achievements of the projects of the period. Two projects of the Maritime Logistics Research Center take part in the exhibition.
SuomiAreena festival, Tuesday 7th of July, Pori market square and stage. Research Manager Minna Keinänen-Toivola was invited as one of the speakers on the stage to open the role of the Maritime Logistics Research Centre in maintaining and ensuring the well-being of the Baltic Sea in ” Puhtaa mere pualest! Ja jazzii kans!” (For a Clean Sea! And a little jazz with it) discussion.
Euro-ZA is a project aiming at capacity building in the field of maritime education. All the six EURO-ZA partners from Europe, UK and South Africa have a long history in maritime education – some European partners over 100 years. This short story outlines a few thoughts and ideas that arose from the project that is ending at the end of July 2022.