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Promotion seminar for female associate professors

Welcome to a seminar with presentations from female professors and representatives from the University management and faculty level. You'll also receive specific advice on existing requirements when applying for competence promotion to professor.

Goals

  • Promote the competence promotion possibilities at UiO and encourage more applicants
  • Offer tipps and counsel from newly appointed professors
  • Give professional suggestions on personal factors for achieving promotional goals
  • Clarify criteria and requirements for applicants
  • Provide inspiration!

Programme

08:45 Coffee and mingling
09:00

Welcome!
Gro Bjørnerud Mo, Prorektor

09:15

UiO's initiatives for gender balance and equality
Hege Elisabeth Løvbak, Equality Adviser, Department of Personnel Support

09:25

The legal framework for promotion
Gina Kristina Berg, Senior adviser, Department of Personnel Support

09.45

Tips for structuring the application to meet regulations

10.00 Break
10:15

Group discussions with faculty representativesGroup discussions with faculty representativesGroup discussions with faculty representatives

11:45

My way to professorship

Anne Julie Semb, professor and head of Department, Department of Political Science

Heidi Sandaker, professor at Department of Physics

11:45

Thank you for today!

Target group

Female associate professors employed at UiO in at least a 50 % position who consider applying for promotion to professor.

Number of participants

Maximum 30 persons

Time and place

Tuesday, 28 November, 2019, 09:00-12:00, at Lucy Smith's Building, 10th floor, Hannah Ryggen room, map

Fee

The seminar is free of charge.

Language

The seminar will be held in Norwegian.

Registration

In 2019 the seminar was held on 28 November. As soon as the 2020 date for the seminar is set, registration will opened here. 

Contact information

Equality Adviser Hege Elisabeth Løvbak, Department of Personnel Support

Published June 24, 2015 3:24 PM - Last modified Nov. 29, 2019 10:18 AM