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Her Story – The Exhibition
Her Story – The Exhibition explores sculptured dressmaking as an embodiment between generations, outer and inner identity as well as a visualization of time.
Drop-in tutorials at the Language Workshop
Are you having trouble getting started on a writing assignment? Or wondering whether you’re allowed to write “I” in an academic text? Would you like to talk about good ways to conclude an oral presentation? Come to a drop-in tutorial at the Language Workshop. For assignments in English or Swedish.
Do it now!
Do you have trouble organising your studies, a hard time getting started, or a tendency to put off tasks? If so, then this Student Health Services' Do it now! group is for you!
Introduction to EBC Makerspace
Welcome to our introduction to everything there is to do with us at EBC Makerspace! The course is mandatory for anyone who wants to use our 3D printers and welcomes both beginners and more experienced makers. After you've completed the course you'll know everything there is to know about what we have to offer, and have gained full access to our 3D printers.
Introduction to EndNote
EndNote Introduction is aimed at beginners.
Interviews as research material – digital tools
This workshop is aimed at you who wish to learn more about digital tools for transcribing and analysing interviews. If you already have material you want to work on (e.g. recordings or transcripts), please bring it with you to the workshop.
During this workshop, we will look into a couple of digital tools for working with interviews as research material.
Docentship lecture: Actio et Reactio – Material characterization of thin film solar cells
The Department of Materials Science and Engineering hereby invite all interested to a docentship lecture in subject Solar Cell Technology. Lecturer is Jan Keller.
SEMINAR - HYBRID EVENT: Indo-American Geopolitics, the Festival of India and the Mahabharata: Intercultural Theatre and/as Soft Power
Rashna Darius Nicholson, SCAS and University of Hong Kong, gives a seminar on "Indo-American Geopolitics, the Festival of India and the Mahabharata: Intercultural Theatre and/as Soft Power". The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.
Musicum, Kyrkogårdsgatan 4
Chamber music at Musicum
Members of the Royal Academic Orchestra play chamber music accompanied by the pianist Andreas Kreuger.
NVivo for Qualitative Data Analysis - Export and share
Welcome to a course in which we will work with NVivo, software for qualitative data analysis.
Boost your information seeking skills
This workshop is aimed at PhD students, post docs or researchers in the Humanities, Languages or Theology who wish to update their information searching skills.
Re-emergence/emergency walk: Climate Walks – One Hour and Forty Five Minutes to Glasgow
Welcome to the third Re-emergence/emergency walk this autumn!
Do you want to get outside for some daylight, move your body, and meet other students? The Student Health Services invite you to a walking group, Wednesdays at 12:15.
Film screening: Wind power -"green?"
How can racism studies contribute to the analyse of ongoing windpower exploitations in Sámi territories? (Film screening: Wind power -"green?": Sami and scientific perspective on fossil-dependent and environmentally destructive wind power design).
Dr. Lichuan Wu: Docentship lecture: Polar lows: extreme mesoscale polar weather systems
Introduction to text data and text mining
This workshop is aimed at you who wish to learn more about using text data and text mining in your research or your studies.
PhD Student Breakfast with the Library
Are you a PhD student in Law or Social Sciences? Then join us for a breakfast with the library!
Edible and poisonous plants from the Tropics
Learn more about some edible and poisonous plants in the Tropical Greenhouse.
The greenhouse is open Tuesday–Friday 9am–3pm and Saturday–Sunday noon–3pm. Also open Monday 1 November 11am–3pm.