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Introduction to the thesis temp-late for Word
This course is for PhD students who intend to use our thesis template for Word. The course is free of charge and you can participate regard-less of how far you have come in writing. We show you how to use the template and give you advice when it comes to using figures and images.
Introduction to Zotero
In the introductory course we will help you get started, install the software and create an account. You will learn how to create a reference library, save references to Zotero from article databases, library catalogues and web pages, add PDF files to your Zotero library, and how to insert citations and create reference lists in your document.
Docent lecture: Time travel for animal conservation
The lecture is an examination to be admitted as a docent in and should be at the knowledge level of undergraduate students but could also be of interest to a wider audience. The lecture is 45 minutes and is followed by time for questions and discussion. The lecture will be given in English.
The representative of the docent committee: Prof. Monika Schmitz
Chair: Prof. Ingrid Ahnesjö
Spring Semester Commences
Spring semester commences 21 January 2019.
Introduction to Mendeley
In the introductory course we will help you get started, install the software and create an account. We will cover how to create a reference library, save references to Mendeley, add PDF files to your Mendeley library, how to insert citations and create reference lists according to your chosen reference style.
A quarter past with Karen Brounéus: ”Truth for Peace? Learning from the Solomon Islands"
Welcome to an open lecture within Uppsala University Library's lecture series on current research, with Karen Brounéus, Department of Peace and Conflict Research. We offer snacks and drinks! The lecture is open to the public. No registration needed.
Honorary Doctors’ lectures
On 25 January the Winter Conferment Ceremony is held. New PhDs as well as honorary doctors are conferred during the ceremony. In the week leading up to the conferment ceremony, the new honorary doctors give public lectures. Here we have collected links to all the lectures.
Lecture by Honorary Doctor John Heritage
Public lecture by Professor John Heritage, appointed honorary doctor of the Faculty of Languages 2019, with the title Agency in Response: Polar Questions and Other Contexts.
Lecture by Honorary Doctor Margot Gerritsen
Public lecture by professor Margot Gerritsen, appointed honorary doctor at the Faculty of Science and Technology 2019, with the title A discussion around Data Science Education.
Associate lecturer in meteorology
Ground-level ozone in a changing world
Philosophy Tea: Jean-Jacques Rousseau: A misunderstood philosopher?
This spring Professor Peter Wallensteen and Lecturer Daniel Ogden will continue their popular Philosophy Tea talks.
Book Launch: The Politics of Poverty in Contemporary Russia
Seminar: Ben Martin
The Culture of International Society: A Digital Humanities Approach to the History of International Ideas
Lecture by Honorary Doctor Steven T. Bramwell
Public lecture by Professor Steven T. Bramwell, appointed honorary doctor at the Faculty of Science and Technology 2019, with the title Puzzles and paradigms in a model magnet.
Lecture by Honorary Doctor Susan Danby
Public lecture by Professor Susan Danby, appointed honorary doctor of the Faculty of Educational Sciences 2019, with the title Children’s interaction and social order: Reflections on lessons learned, serendipity and turning points.
Lecture by Honorary Doctor Alan Warde
Public lecture by Professor Alan Warde, appointed honorary doctor of the Faculty of Social Sciences 2019, with the title Eating out.