Conferences and seminars - Page 3
Presenter in this semiar is professor Franziska Trede from Charles Sturt University, Australia.
This seminar, presented by Peter Maasen, will discuss the way in which the university’s social contract is interpreted, criticized and renewed especially in Europe and the USA.
At this closing conference for the CONTACT project (Communicating Organizations in Networks of Art and Cultural Heritage Technologies), approaches to engaging young people through media and meaning making are the focus of a full day of presentations.
A one-day PhD course will be held in conjunction with the CONTACT project's closing conference.
This two-day program will address two aspects of the relationship between instructional policy and teachers’ classroom practice: 1) the role of social networks in carrying logics of instruction from the environment into districts, schools, and classroom; and 2) the role of framing in local processes of meaning making.
Presenter: Jaako Kauko, University of Helsinki
Presenter: Professor Silvia Gherardi, University of Trento
Presenter: Professor Ulrike Felt, University of Vienna
Presenter: Klemen Miklavic
Seminar with Professor Steven Brint, University of California - Riverside
Seminar with Professor Steven Brint from University of California, Riverside
Presenter: Professor Henk Schmidt (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Presenters are dr. Tatiana Fumasoli (Arena, HEIK), prof. Peter Maassen (HEIK) and prof. Åse Gornitzka (SV, HEIK)
Presenter: Jeroen Huisman, University of Bath, UK
Presenter is Nico Cloete, Centre for Higher Education Transformation (CHET), Cape Town, South Africa
Presenters in this seminar are Molly Sutphen (SF/USA), Ciaran Sugrue (Dublin/Ireland) and Tomas Englund (Örebro Universitet). Co-presenters are Tone D. Solbrekke (HEIK/UiO) and Thomas de Lange (HEIK/UiO)
Presenter: Professor Berit Askling, Department of Education and Special Education, University of Gothenburg
Is academia becoming interdisciplinary? Or do disciplines still condition our research and teaching in profound ways? Is disciplinarity perhaps even an inherent operative mode of modern academia? If so, how and to what extent should our institutions provide for interdisciplinarity?
InterMedia invites to the seminar "Learning with and through representations – moving between the concrete and abstract! with professor Wolff-Michael Roth University of Victoria, British Columbia.
Open research seminar. Presentations by:
- Mats Benner (Lund University and Uppsala University)
- Peter Maassen (University of Oslo)
- Bjørn Stensaker (University of Oslo)
- Kaare Aagaard (Århus University)
Kitty Kelly Epstein, PhD School of Educational Leadership & Change
Presenter: Iyad Abualrub
Professor Kerstin Sahlin will give a presentation on two recent and interrelated global themes that permeate and reshape the global university landscape; the dramatic expansion of rankings and the reshaping of universities into organizational actors.
The research group for Curriculum Studies, Educational Leadership and Governance (CLEG) is proud to present an open seminar with Professor Gordon Stobart from Institute of Education in London.
The seminar will address how to conceptualise the organisation of student interests in cross-European perspective and explore the question of ‘institutional change’ in representative student organisations.