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environmental geosciences
Research and teaching centre
environmental geosciences has a new look!

After several months of development, the CEREGE is proud to present its new website, a showcase that we hope will be faithful to our research, our teaching and all those who contribute to its excellence, today and tomorrow.

The mission of our new tool is to offer the necessary visibility to CEREGE's research and teaching and to facilitate navigation through the intuitive use of a new interface. CEREGE's news, teams, equipment, projects, CSTI actions, seminars, publications, services and prospects are all just a click away. responds to contemporary technological and practical requirements by adapting the navigation according to the screens.
It brings together numerous tools such as a directory of CEREGE member profiles, a search engine, maps, an agenda, videos, news and the choice of a classic or adapted navigation according to one's profile: researcher, teacher, student, partner, social and economic actor, general public...

So enjoy your browsing!

Improving communication

In today's digital society, there is no shortage of information or tools to spread it at high speed, both at home and in the workplace. However, if the information is treated equally, it risks missing its target and its message being lost.... Anarchic communication isolates more than it brings together.

The quality of the research carried out in a laboratory depends not only on the quality and skills of the individuals who carry it out, but also, and perhaps above all, on the links between them, on sharing, on the reflections carried out as a team, on the seminars that set out the subjects, on the questioning... in a word, on the COMMUNICATION of this research between peers. This represents a challenge to be met today.

This is why particular attention is currently being paid to CEREGE's communication, its tools and the way in which they are used.
Prospective news approaches the subject of communication with the interest that the subject deserves and considers ways to contribute positively to making research sharing and teaching more fluid.

The appointment of an internal communication manager, a trombinoscope, the optimisation of the CEREGE Intranet, a new alumni network, the reorganisation of the Science Festival for a double event, the appointment of a CSTI manager, etc. are currently being planned or developed.