Melaku Tesfa Tesema went from teaching to civil service to research. His interest has always been in inequality in education.
Anders Skrondal, Professor II at CEMO, has just published his 13th and 14th books! His bestselling two volumes on Multilevel and Longitudinal Modeling Using Stata, written with his long-time collaborator Sophia Rabe-Hesketh at UC Berkeley, are now out in their fourth edition.
During the next two weeks, CEMO, together with the local UseR! chapter in Oslo, will be hosting two events on meta-analysis.
After a long time of detailed planning, The University Board at The University of Oslo (The University’s highest decision-making body) has granted us permission to launch a new master’s programme “Master in Education” at our Department. We are excited to welcome the first batch of students who will start their studies the autumn semester of 2022.
Tuesday 15th June the Faculty of Educational Sciences invited all the master candidates at the faculty to an online graduation ceremony.
Doctoral Research Fellow candidate, Kondwani Kajera Mughogho, will defend his thesis on the 24th February, as the second person to do so at CEMO. We made an interview with him, and you can read about him and his research here.
Two of our master’s students, Tony Tan and Jayeong Song, have been awarded student innovation grants from the Faculty of Educational Sciences. In addition to financial support, they will get access to developers and resources, and receive support on design and concept development from EngageLab.
The faculty's student innovation grant awardees are announced. In addition to financial support, they will have the opportunity to collaborate with Engagelab on design and concept development. The chosen projects all have creative ideas about changing learning situations. Congratulations to Tony Tan (CEMO), Jayeong Song (CEMO) and Fredrik Brarud (ISP).
The Faculty Board has decided that CEMO (Centre for Educational Measurement) will be established as a permanent unit at the Faculty of Educational Sciences.
Friday 19th June we celebrated the first cohort of students who graduated from the master programme «Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation».
Congratulation to all graduates from the Vice Dean for Studies.
We regret to inform you that the FREMO 2020 conference has been postponed until September 2021.
We are happy to welcome our new Administrative Manager Tara Sarin.
Application deadline: 28th February. Check out the announcement here:
Are you looking for a part- time job? CEMO is looking for a research assistant. Deadline for application is 28th February. Check out the announcement here:
We are happy to welcome guest researcher Anna Rusmann from Aalborg University in Denmark.
The new members of the International Scientific Advisory Board (eSAB) had their first meeting Friday 6th December.
A large international community lays the foundation of the new master program Assessment and Evaluation. On Thursday 16 August the program got kicked off.
Today UiO:Life Science funds seven convergence environments – interdisciplinary research groups that address major challenges within the life sciences related to health and environment/sustainability. A new application round has started. The deadline for submitting a full application was 31 December.
The centre Quality in Nordic Teaching (QUINT) will contribute to new insights concerning teaching and learning, by studying classrooms in the Nordic countries.
On 1 November four new PhD students started to work at Centre for Educational Measurement (CEMO). That increased the group by 100 %.
Together with measurement experts from Germany, Finland and Norway, most of the Centre for Educational Measurement "crew" recently went on a seminar far from shore. The seminar intended to facilitate collaboration efforts within each other's substantive areas.
CEMO plans a brand new master's program, under the condition that the centre gets it financed. The program shall educate experts for job markets that require knowledge and expertise in assessment and evaluation.