September 23 – February 25
Measuring clouds – Mount Fuji through the eyes of Masanao Abes
During 2017 Gustavianum is highlighting the importance of measurement in various natural sciences.
October 17 at 9:15 AM – October 19 at 1:45 PM
Planting of tulip bulbs
Plant tulip bulbs for a more beautiful spring in the school garden. There will be five planting sessions a day and pre-booking is required. Suitable for children 4-6 years old.
October 17 at 12:00 PM – 12:30 PM
Open access – true or false?
Publishing works and research data open access in order to share results and cooperate with colleagues throughout the world is becoming the new norm in scholarly publishing.
October 17 at 1:15 PM – 3:00 PM
From Ear to Ear, From Camera to Screen: The Bereaved Families Forum and Peace Activism in Israel-Palestine
Peace activism and performance of bereavement in Israel-Palestine through "old" and "new" media
October 17 at 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Open lab Ångström
Welcome to Open Lab, where you can come and see the Ångström Visualisation Lab
October 17 at 3:00 PM
Philosophy Tea at Regina Theatre
October 17 at 3:15 PM – 4:30 PM
Successful Job Seeking
CareerTuesday - Feeling nervous about the future?
Don’t worry, sign up for this CareerTuesday! CareerBuilder’s job search and online recruitment expert, Peter Helin will discuss how to search and apply for jobs more efficiently and with better results, what resources are available and share recommendations on what to keep in mind before, during and after an interview.
October 17 at 4:15 PM – 6:00 PM
Mary Douglas and African Violent Conflicts
Prof. Paul Richards has pursued ethnographic research in rural Sierra Leone for more than four decades. Main research areas include agricultural technology, armed conflict, and the Ebola epidemic. In this lecture, Prof. Richards presents insights from the new book "Mary Douglas: Understanding Social Thought and Conflict".
October 17 at 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
A night with Chopin
Paul-André Bempéchat performes a piano recital