TODOS General Assembly

TODOS is an interest organization that works to improve the welfare of all PhD candidates at UiT. We focus on two important aspects of PhD life: academic work and social life/networking among PhDs. Currently we are 6 PhDs on the TODOS board that work to provide help, assistance, guidance and education throughout your PhD journey. We are also here to keep you updated on your rights and obligations as a PhD and to help you to mediate if those rights are impeded. For more information have a look in our latest report (see attachment).

 

Join us to:

  • vote for three free positions on the board
  • discuss and vote for proposed changes to the TODOS statutes
  • bring up topics and ideas to be addressed by TODOS
  • get involved in the board if you want
  • just have some fun with the free bowling we are offering

 

Please sign up here or just come around!

If you have questions about our work or if you cannot join personally but are interested in taking part in the general meeting, please contact us!

 

Your TODOS team

Lena, Eirik, Mikkel, Yannik, Dipesh and Jørn

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ToDos Career Event “There is a life after your PhD”, 14th of may 2018

Have you considered what direction your PhD degree can take you after your thesis is defended?

ToDos welcomes you to two talks on Career Development. All PhD-candidates and Post-Doc’s are invited to attend

Assoc. Prof. Annette Bayer not only researches but also supervises Career Development Plans. She will share tips & tricks on how to get started and follow up on career goals.

Professor Kenneth Ruud, prorektor Research & Development, UIT, will share his knowledge of the requirements for future researchers to succeed in a competitive academic world.

 

You can sign up here, however everyone is welcome to attend spontaneously.

Location: SV- and HUM-bygget: B 1005 Auditorium (1st floor)

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