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Arrangementer på CUDiM

tir 10 nov
09:00-16:00 | Online
VIP course, Doctoral Supervision for Doctoral Supervisors (day 1)
The obligatory course is offered to all new doctoral supervisors at the Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University and is optional for experienced supervisors. It is a process course that takes as its starting point the new doctoral supervisors’ understandings of their role and place in the organization through establishing i.e.: What forms of pedagogy are embedded in different supervisor and student roles? And what practical tools are used to facilitate and cope with troublesome areas? Registration Deadline: October 19, 2020 (time 10:00).
ons 11 nov
09:00-16:00 | Online
VIP course, Doctoral Supervision for Doctoral Supervisors (day 2)
The obligatory course is offered to all new doctoral supervisors at the Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University and is optional for experienced supervisors.
tor 12 nov
09:00-14:30 | Nobelparken, building 1483, room 454 (floor 4)
PhD course: Introduction to Research Writing in English (day 2 out og 3)
For PhD students at all levels at the faculty of Arts. The aim of the course is to raise participants’ awareness of the characteristics of research writing and to improve their research writing skills.
tir 24 nov
10:00-16:00 | Online
PhD course: Introduction to PhD Supervision
An obligatory course for all PhD students at the Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University. The purpose of the course is to have the PhD students be familiar with the typical challenges of a PhD process with regards to supervision and with core issues dominating the discourse on the supervisory dialogue. Furthermore the course supports reflection on different supervisor/student roles and how the students' own writing process affects the process of supervision. Registration Deadline: November 12 (time 10:00).
tor 26 nov
09:00-14:30 | Nobelparken, building 1483, room 454 (floor 4)
PhD course: Introduction to Research Writing in English (day 3 out og 3)
For PhD students at all levels at the faculty of Arts. The aim of the course is to raise participants’ awareness of the characteristics of research writing and to improve their research writing skills.
tor 26 nov
13:30-15:30 | Online
PaTHES webinar: Revitalising doctoral education - beyond global trauma
Keynote speakers at the PaTHES webinar: Ronald Barnett, Emeritus Professor. Catherine Manathunga, Professor. Karri A. Holley, Professor and Liezel Frick, Professor. Please sign up no later than November 18, at 12:00 Central European Time (CET).