TODOS seminar on scholarly communication, publishing and open access issues.
When: wednesday 2nd of December 9.00am-12.00am
Where: MH U6.A6AUD6
The Munin Conference is an annual conference on scholarly publishing and communication, primarily revolving around open access, open data and open science. This year’s conference is the tenth Munin Conference and will be held 30 November–1 December 2015 at the University of Tromsø – The Arctic University of Norway.
In connection to this event, TODOS in collaboration with the organizing committee of the Munin Conference invite all PhD candidates at UiT to a morning seminar on scholarlycommunication, publishing and open access issues. We are pleased to announce the participation of the keynote speaker from the Munin conference: Stuart Shieber, as well as Jan Erik Frantsvåg and Anika Mckenroth .
The seminar will take place Wednesday morning 2nd of December
from 9.00am til 12.00
(Breakfast served from 8.30) at the Medicine faculty, auditorium 6 (MH U6.A6AUD6
In order to order the right amount of food and coffee/tea for the breakfast, please register
yourself at https://goo.gl/kVr729
by the 27th of November.
Academic English Workshop for PhD Students
When: 21st to 22nd of April 2015
Where: Linken konferansesenter
This is a two-day workshop in academic writing designed for PhD Students and focuses mainly on written skills in English.
Call for Doctoral Scholars and Early Career Professionals: DBMK workshop on gender, diversity and serious games
When: April 23-24, 2015
Where: University of Pennsylvania, US
Deadline: Abstract due on Friday, February 20th at 11:59pm
When: 27th of October, 2014 – 0900 – 1200.
Where: SVHUM B-1005
Are you prepared to face dilemmas related to corruption in your future working life? How will you react if you meet corruption?
In cooperation with Deloitte and Selmer, ISFiT (International Student Festival in Trondheim) invites to a workshop on corruption, on the knowledge you need to set a better position in the labor market. The seminar focuses on both how corruption happens and practical dilemma training. Upon completion of the seminar you get a diploma confirming participation.
Companies taken into corruption risks severe penalties and large, costly reputational damage. Therefore, today’s employers demand employees with the knowledge and awareness on corruption. During the seminar, two of the most prominent corruption investigators in Norway, Torgeir Storberget (Associate, Selmer) and Albert Wolders (Senior Manager, Deloitte), will explain how they think one can best handle encounters with corruption. Whether you serve in the Norwegian labor, or imagine working against actors outside Norway, this is knowledge that will make you better equipped in a future job
During the seminar we will draw a student who wins a sponsored trip to Trondheim to attend ISFiT Parliament, February 13th 2015. You will work with the international participants of the festival in the making of a Resolution on Corruption – The voice of the world’s students!
Visit www.isfit.org for more information.
Sign-up (or just meet up on Monday): https://docs.google.com/forms/d/11RhUskVq99FmQDdTKH-eutv6uTNzFC9I61RoT9gc2FQ/viewform
When: 16th – 17th of September, 2014
Where: Hamburg, Germany
The workshop is designed for early-stage researchers in engineering and natural sciences, particularly PhD candidates from the 2nd year onwards. ReMaT is an interactive, intensive workshop providing an introduction to research management. It involves three international trainers and is held in English. The modules of the workshop cover exploitation of knowledge and entrepreneurship, acquisition of grants, intellectual property rights and the management of interdisciplinary projects.