Recent research talent projects granted to NATED-Alumni within the FINNUT program

Two recent research talent projects have been granted to NATED-alumni by the FINNUT program in 2014 and 2015.

The first one, Practices of data use in municipalities and schools (PraDa), is coordinated by Associate Professor, Sølvi Mausethagen, University College of Oslo and Akershus. The second one, Tracing learning outcomes across policy and practice (LOaPP), is coordinated by Associate Professor Tine Sophie Prøitz, University College of Southeast Norway. Both projects involve newly selected PhD-candidates as well as research collaboration across universities in Norway.

At the Alumni-seminars 2015 and 2016, NATED Track 3 invited the researchers to present their new projects to inspire junior and senior researchers to continue their productive work carried out within the NATED-program.  A video from the last Alumni workshop, with Tine S. Prøitz, and Associate Professor, Christina Elde Mølstad  shows how a project can be designed in an optimal way and successfully secure research grants by the National Research Council in Norway in spite of the tough competition.

You can find more information about the projects here:

Practice of data use in municipalities and schools, PraDA

Tracing learning outcomes across policy and practice LOaPP


(Click to see video)

Published Sep. 7, 2016 1:20 PM - Last modified Sep. 7, 2016 1:22 PM