SMART 2.0

Incorporating Social Responsibility into Our Universities:
Challenges, Opportunities, and Possibilities

2019 SMART Program 2.0

SMART Program 2.0

WHO WE ARE

The SMART (SATU Mobility Action for Regional Talents) Program was initiated during the 2016 SATU Steering Committee Meeting to promote cross-border cooperation in education among SATU member universities. Five member universities signed the SMART Program Letter of Intent on November 11th, 2016, including the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, the Institut Teknologi Bandung, the Universiti Malaysia Sabah, the University of Malaya, and the National Cheng Kung University.

WHAT WE DO

In 2019, the SATU theme is “Incorporating Social Responsibility into Our Universities: Challenges, Opportunities, and Possibilities.” The main objective is to initiate changes that can help societies to be more productive and to live healthier, while also seeking to understand and address the world's challenges.

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THE 2019 CHALLENGE

This year’s topics, which echo SATU’s 2019 theme, are derived from the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that provide a clear and systematic blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. Each team can choose one of the listed goals below as their main topic.

How to provide:

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Clean, accessible water for all

Transport

Clean air for all

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Food security for all by eliminating food contamination and wastes



These are all complex and dynamic issues that cannot be solved through individual action, but will require the coordinated involvement of many stakeholders along with heightened social awareness. This program can hopefully embolden academia and students to help bring about meaningful changes in our global community.

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