Bergen Summer Research School for PhD Students.

BERGEN SUMMER RESEARCH SCHOOL 2023


Childhood: Nurturing care for building the future

Bergen Summer Research School is now accepting applications from PhD students. Choose among five parallel multi-disciplinary courses in health, nutrition, education, caregiving, and migration. Apply by 1 February 2023.

 

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Childhood
Nurturing care for building the future
Bergen, 5-15 June, 2023

The annual Bergen Summer Research School (BSRS) is an interdisciplinary venue for PhD candidates who want to explore some of the big challenges of our time.

Faced with worsening societal and environmental crises, we will next summer ask how research and evidence can help us create the best foundation for our children?

Inspired by the United Nations’ Nurturing Care Framework, “childhood” is the common theme of our five parallel PhD courses on healthnutritioneducationcaregiving, and migration.

Together with joint sessions on systems thinking and creative interdisciplinary problem-solving, crosscutting keynotes, and social events, we offer 100 PhD candidates an opportunity to develop their skills for actionable knowledge. The focus is on research impact, and these sessions facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration.

 

PHD RESEARCH SCHOOL

BSRS takes place in Bergen 5-15 June, 2023.

 

Five parallel courses open to PhD students from all disciplines.

 

Find out how you can apply to be part of BSRS 2023.

 

Deadline: 1 February 2023

 

BSRS COURSES 2023

Health: Counting every child

Frederik Frøen (NIPH/UiB)

 

Food and nutrition security in childhood

Inger Aakre (IMR/UiB)

Ulrike Spielau (UiB)

 

Childhood learning on democratic practices and attitudes to sustainability

Kjellrun Hiis Hauge (HVL)

 

Responsive caregiving in complex emergencies

Ragnhild Dybdahl (UiB/NIPH)

Unni Heltne (UiB)

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Henriette Risvoll (UiB)

 

Contested childhood in the context of migration

Marry-Anne Karlsen (UiB)

Jessica Schultz (UiB/CMI)

 

Joint sessions:Systems thinking and creative problem-solving

Birgit Kopainsky (UiB)

Ingunn Johanne Ness (UiB)

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