Lectures and seminars Seminar: Writing a kappa – organising and telling your own story
19-03-2021 Add to iCal
The Doctoral programme in Public Health Science (PHSP) invites doctoral students to our Kappa seminar in March. The seminars are intended for you who plan to defend your thesis within 3–6 months. The seminars are held in English.
The kappa seminars is meant to help you who are in the process of writing your kappa/cover story to put your thesis in a broader conceptual perspective, clarify how the articles forming the thesis relate to one another in this broader context, and elaborate on the content and organisation of the kappa.
Dates for the seminars:
- 15 March, at 9.00-16.00
- 17 March, at 09.00-12.00
- 19 March, at 09.00-12.00
About the seminars: It is a mix of plenary sessions, individual assignments, and group work, all being focused on each participant’s own thesis (kappa). The participants are encouraged to reflect on their own work, and they must provide other course participants with peer review on several occasions.
Participation to all face-to-face sessions is compulsory and the seminar is the equivalent on 1 week of full-time work.
To be eligible for the seminar you need to have done your half time seminar, have half of the publications to be included in your thesis accepted and be close to your doctoral defence or to apply for it.
Register to email@example.com by 8 March. Make sure to attach the completed application form to your registration email.
The number of places is limited to 10. Reservations are made on a First-come, first-served basis.