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Breakfast Seminar on Opportunities and Challenges with Student-Oriented Education in Higher Education; A Collaboration between the Department of Education (UiO) and NIFU.
In autumn 2017, PhD candidate Rachelle Esterhazy visited Deakin University in Melbourne for a 3-month stay at the renowned Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE). Read more about her experiences in Australia here.
In connection to the South African launch of the Festschrift in honor of Peter Maassen "Pathways Through Higher Education Research", Sharon Dell from University World News has reviewed the book
Tatiana Fumasoli is presenting findings from the Flagship project in a 'Europe Now' blog post about European Academic Careers
Denne uka ble det klart at professor og instituttleder Ola Erstad er valgt inn som leder for Scientific Advisory Committee i det prestisjetunge Science Europe. Samtidig kom beskjeden om at professor Bjørn Stensaker er valgt inn i det nye styret ved det Nobel-tunge Karolinska Institutet i Stockholm.
Tatiana Fumasoli has recently joined the team of editors of the Higher Education Quarterly journal.
ExCID hosts visiting PhD candidates from the UNIKE for a one week winter school on "Mapping Knowledge Economies" from 30 November to 4 December
Morgenbladet puts spotlight on recently defended dissertation by Robsan Margo Egne on Ethiopia in Transition: A Multicultural Education Perspective on Teacher Education Policies, Curricula, and Practices
This summer our ExCID group member Tatiana Fumasoli will be teaching a course during a summer school in Kraków on the topic Democracy, expertise and power: making a new Europe in the era of globalisation. The course is taking place from 15-24 June 2015.
We are happy to open a call for two new 4 year PhD positions in our ExCID research group. Application deadline is 19 June 2015
As part of this year's summer school at the Faculty for Social Sciences, Peter Maassen has invited Jenny Ozga from University of Oxford to hold a course on Governing Education in Europe: From Post-war Partnership to Privatisation.
Tone Dyrdal Solbrekke has been granted a new FINNUT project on "Formation and Competence Building of University Academic Developers" beginning in September 2015
Tatiana Fumasoli and collaborators have been granted the Cygnaeus Scholarly Fellowship 2015 for ongoing research on early career academics.
Tatiana Fumasoli explains how academic career structures are changing in Europe in an interview with Times Higher Education.
Interview in Norwegian
Knowledge society changes the way higher education is organized.
In a recent interview Tatiana Fumasoli explains some preliminary and highly interesting findings from the FLAGSHIP project.
The university sector has undergone major changes in coordination modes and systemic governance over the last decades. In this blog post, Tatiana Fumasoli presents some research results from the Flagship project as well as other studies which were discussed at two recent conferences.