Upcoming 5 days
Developing student-centred courses has been promoted as a desirable direction for higher education. But what do we mean by ‘student-centred’? Is there a common understanding? What are the implications of the use of this term? This seminar focuses on the different ways the term has been and is being used internationally in higher education and whether it is a helpful descriptor.
Department seminar. Chang-Koo Chi is a Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics at Norwegian School of Economics (NHH). He will present a paper entitled "Relational Incentive Contracts and performance Measurement" co-authored by Trond E. Olsen.
Speaker: Ruth Keogh, Associate Professor in Medical Statistics, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK.
The beginning of the year 2018 was marked by significant events which changed the situation on the Korean Peninsula. What's New after the summits in Panmunjeom, Singapore and Pyongyang?
This symposium brings together prolific voices from the fields of psychosocial and psychoanalytic studies, offering in-depth analyses of digital media culture. Presentations range from inquiries into fragmented attention to deep play and video-games, from fantasies of masculinity in the ‘Incel’ movement to the psychical dimensions of public argument and the libidinal economy of corporate online platforms.
The Norwegian Broadcasting Orchestra's solo harpist Sidsel Walstad returns with her golden harp and will once again share its magic tones with us. She also will bring with her her small electric harp. Will it be fuzzpedal and funky rhythms?
Department seminar. Fulvio Castellacci is the director of the TIK Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture at the University of Oslo. He will present a paper entitled "Internet Use and the U-shaped relationship between Age and Well-being" co-authored by Henrik Schwabe.
Further upcoming events
"It’s one of the greatest, most audacious, most original documentaries ever made" writes Richard Brody in The New Yorker. Chronicle of a Summer is a documentary about the everyday lives of ordinary Parisians, done in the style of cinéma vérité, filmed in 1961.
The Norwegian Radio Orchestra and Mandoli player Avi Atal perform Vivaldi and Tsjajkovskij - as well as Norway's own master of symphonies, Otto Winter-Hjelm. Miguel Harth-Bedoya conducts.