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Other "Sweden Alumni Events" worldwide
Apart from events organized by Uppsala University, our alumni volunteers and our alumni chapters worldwide, there are also a number of "Sweden Alumni Events" taking place each year all over the world.
Tokyo: Exhibition “The Art of Natural Science in Sweden — Treasures from Uppsala University"
The second of the “Intermediatheque Natural History Series,” this exhibition is a precious opportunity for audiences in Japan to appreciate the heritage of great Swedish scientists: Rudbeck, Linnaeus and Thunberg.
Florist Linnea Persson and photographer Peter Ericsson display photo art where parts of plants make an imaginative fauna grow. Prints, cards and other merchandise are sold in the Linnaeus Garden shop.
May and September: Tuesday-Sunday, 11-17
June-August: Monday-Sunday 11-17
Closed June 22 (Midsummer's Eve)
Guided Tours at Gustavianum
During May Gustavianum’s student guides offer visitors open guided tours with a new theme each Saturday and Sunday. Come and hear exciting tales from the University’s history, see unique objects and learn more about the traditions of today’s students.
Linnaeus' travels and Gunnar Brusewitz
Swedish artist Gunnar Bruseqitz travelled in Linnaeus' footsteps during the 1950's and 1960's. Using materials from his travels he illustrated new editions of Carl Linnaeus' landscape travels. See reproductions of Brusewitz's fantastic images.
Closed June 22 (Midsummer's Eve)
Exchange studies: Last minute help with your application
The deadline to apply for exchange studies through the International Office for studies starting in spring 2019 is May 15.
Regional Balancing in Scandinavia and Implications for U.S. Primacy
In this presentation, Maksut Can will seek to place the role of small powers at the center of the debate on the durability of U.S. primacy. With a focus on Sweden and Finland, the presentation will explain how the increasing perception of a threatening regional great power pushes small powers closer towards the United States to balance the regional great power in their immediate neighborhood.
This workshop is for you, who want to learn more about Excel. The session starts with a teoretical summary of a specific function and after that you can laborate with guidance.
Human Diversity: Language and Culture, Biology and Cognition
A public symposium hosted by the Human Diversity Research Network
Ångström Lecture 2018: Twisted Light and Radio Waves
Twisted light ( sv. "skruvat ljus") is a property of electromagnetic radiation which can be used to increase the information carried by light in laser physics and in classical as well as quantum-based communication systems. It has also applications in astrophysics and general relativity. Examples from different frequency ranges will be given.
Riyadh: Student and alumni reception
The reception at the Embassy is for students accepted to Master studies in Sweden in the autumn of 2018, as well as for alumni having studied in Sweden previously.