|Date:||Friday, March 19th, 2021|
|Time:||11:30 am - 2:00 pm|
|Place:||TBA. Online attendance via Zoom is possible.
|Registration:||Registration per mail to secretary, Jeanet Dal at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please provide full name, mailadress, affiliation and which course you are registering for.
Deadline for registration: Befor March 12th, 2021
|ECTS:||0,25 without presentation / 0,5 with presentation.
|For information:||For questions about the course, contact Associate Prof. Cindie Maagaard at email@example.com
For questions about registration, contact Program Secretary Jeanet Dal at firstname.lastname@example.org
Underway Seminar: Theme (tentative): Research communication
In addition to our usual activities of sharing the status of your research, teaching and studying abroad, as well as discussing any specific issues relating to your research that you would like feedback on, this seminar will address the topic of how academic research is communicated, and the role it plays, in society.
(Tentative – still to be confirmed: Presentation by guest speaker Mikkel Gerken (Philosophy) on his research project on “Scientific Testimony.”)
Cindie Maagaard will also give an orientation about upcoming courses and activities for Ph.D. students in the department.
Students who would like to give a presentation based on their research are asked to send a mail to Cindie Maagaard: email@example.com by March 5th.
Our events are open free of charge to PhD students from our own program, and from all other programs provided they also offer tuition free of charge to our students. ’Soon-to-be’ Phd students may also attend with permission from the event instructors and the Program Director, whom you should first contact if this applies to you (Cindie Aaen Maagaard at firstname.lastname@example.org). We are also very happy if members of staff wish to attend, particularly PhD supervisors, and will accommodate them in lieu of space. We ask all who attend an event to register. You’ll find the online registration form on the same page as the event description.