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Seminars for doctoral supervisors

The role of doctoral supervisor involves exchanging experiences with colleagues. The thematic seminars provide KI supervisors with a forum for competence development and regular opportunities to meet colleagues in a similar situation.

These seminars allow participants to discuss matters and exchange experiences relating to their supervisory role and to keep themselves updated on the latest news connected to doctoral education. The seminar programme varies; sometimes we invite speakers to share their own experiences as supervisors, or experts to hold talks on particular issues. The aims are to help participants understand their own position as supervisors and to inspire and encourage them to find their own ways of dealing with the challenges that the role brings.

Seminars spring 2020

March 4th - How to become an associate professor (docent) at Karolinska Institutet

Welcome to lunch seminar: How to become an associate professor (docent) at Karolinska Institutet hosted by Professor Gunnar Nilsson, NVS/KI.

A participant-led dialogue about the path to docentur (associate professor) at KI. Please prepare for this seminar by the current rules for docentur, and instructions for these, which can be found at Docentur.

We will have a dialogue about the content, interpretation and application of current rules. We will also discuss practical, formal and other aspects on the road to become docent at KI.

(the seminar will be held in English)

Registration

March 4th - How to become an associate professor (docent) at KI

Register here, please

KI/Solna, March 4th, 11.30-12.30
Lecturer: Gunnar Nilsson, Professor NVS, Karolinska Institutet
Venue: Inghesalen
Address: Tomtebodavägen 18a, Widerströmska huset plan 2, campus Solna

 

May 6th - Creating an entrepreneurial ecosystem through education

Lunch seminar "Creating an entrepreneurial ecosystem through education" hosted by Hanna Jansson, Head of unit/project leader, LIME/KI

The impact of academic knowledge (research results and human resources) can be realised and transferred to the society in many different ways. There is no one-size-fits-all solution, instead there are many and diverse possibilities. But even if the prospect looks good, we need to do more. It is time to fully include the “third mission” in our strategic work, broaden the discussion of what “impact” is and explore new pathways to impact. This lunch seminar will focus on one of the possible keys - education - how we can create an entrepreneurial ecosystem for increased impact through education.

(the seminar will be held in English)

Registration May 6th - Creating an entrepreneurial ecosystem through education

Register here, please

KI/Zoom, May 6th, 11.30-13.00
Lecturer: Hanna Jansson,  Head of unit/project leader, LIME/KI
Venue: Digitally via Zoom

 

Seminars autumn 2020

More information will be announced during spring.

 

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