Visiting addressGaustadalleen 30 (map)
Are you not on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram? Well, we are, and lots has happened there this year. Here is a sneakpeak of CEMO's year in social media.
In a large two days long conference in Gothenburg 12 and 13 October Professor Jan-Eric Gustafsson gets honored for long and faithful service in the field of Educational measurement. Many CEMO researchers are present to tribute the first director of the centre.
– An exciting challenge. That's the description Anders Skrondal uses about his new role as President of the Psychometric Society.
A multinational project aimed at reducing social inequality in education, recently received a grant from the EU program Horizon 2020. Professor II at CEMO, Henrik Zachrisson, participates in the project.
The Ministry of Education and Research has decided to continue the support of CEMO for another five years from 2018 to 2022. –Very inspiring, Director Sigrid Blömeke says.
Sigrid Blömeke recently received a renowned German prize for her outstanding research on the effects of teacher education.
In a recent contract signed by CEMO director Sigrid Blömeke, IEA executive director Dirk Hastedt and IEA DPC director Heiko Sibberns, the parties agree to cooperate to promote international research.
A new scholarship in the names of Jan-Eric Gustafsson and Anders Skrondal has just been created. This will pave new ways for a wider and deeper cooperation with other outstanding institutions around the world.