Campus leaders signed an agreement on 17 June 2015 to proactively work towards making Campus Dejvice more attractive and engaging for the social, academic and research lives of students, scientists, professors and the general public.
Prague, June 17, 2015 - Previous meetings by campus leaders about the Campus Dejvice confirmed the need for systematic and prudent efforts to cultivate a common area on the science and technology campus. Its restoration is planned in several stages, with varying degrees of urgency and complexity in relation to proposed solutions. The University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague, for example, has already received a green light for creating a pedestrian zone in Technická street, which will enable better pedestrian movement between the Dejvice metro station and the center of campus.
Activities associated with the development of the campus will be coordinated under the auspices of a working group composed of representatives from the various participating institutions (NTK; Czech Technical University in Prague; the Catholic Theological Faculty of Charles University; the Czech Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry; the University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague; and the district of Prague 6). The working group is very interested in the opinions of students, employees, and neighborhood residents and welcomes your comments and thoughts on the project at: http://tinyurl.com/Campus-Dejvice.