What does it mean „networking”? It means thematic collaboration/cooperation between partners. It also means saving money, time and having efficient communication. Further advantages for network partners are: no obligations, no paperwork, no participation fee. It provides easily access to international projects, programmes and promoting international programmes events in the most efficient way and not just only online. More...
International Network of Sport and Health Science (INSHS) is a perfect egzample for a good operating higher education thematic network. It has been established in 2005 by the Institute of Sport Science of University of West- Hungary (former Berzsenyi College) Szombathely (Hungary). So far INSHS had partners from 41 partner institutions from 28 countries. The number of participant institutions are growing year to year. The partners are faculties, institutes, departments of HEI’s which are involved in sport and health sciences. INSHS in partnerships with other international networks (Euro- American) as well.
The success of INSHS is marked by many thriving top level organized events, scientific projects international study programmes, student and staff activities over the last eight years. The representatives from the different university faculties /schools and institutions became not just colleagues, but also friends. The challenge of our network is to get more acknowledgement and popularity all over the world and to improve the effectiveness of co-operation between the partners.
INSHS will keep being an open, innovative network organization on the field of sport and health science for individual partners (colleagues, academic staff, researchers, experts) from different universities, organisations and networks.
INSHS starts a new era from the 1st Jauary 2017. Our thematic network will became a registered (in France) organization.
Attendance on INSHS related events: Students/researchers/academic staff/admin staff of every member universities should always (without exception) attended to INSHS related events (which organized of one of the INSH member universities and/or sponsors/supporter ) and keep an eye out of new announcements. More...
Social media activity: INSHS members universities or independent individuals organized events, projects, programmes, publications and other professional information and announcement should be posted onto the INSHS FB account (min 1 post/month/individual member or Faculties/Institutes).
Convention attendance: Each independent and university INSHS member must attend on the yearly INSHS Convention and Workshop.
Promotion of INSHS: Should first and foremost promote INSHS association and/or Network though their professional contacts and web platforms, events, publications, events.
Recruiting new INSHS partners: Wherever possible support projects that are organised on a regional/national/international basis in an attempt to bring them into contact with the Network members.
Reviewing duties: Independent members, and members of faculties of INSHS universities, undertake reviewing duties on a voluntary basis at SPARK and JHSE and "Recent Developments in Sport Science” – the INSHS published Sport Scientific yearly 2 volume ( Spring/Autumn).
Support of management: by providing innovative, creative ideas and any type of intellectual or financial to make INSHS an expansive professional global organisation/network.