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During the opening of the Research Week on September 23, Professor Kalle Moene (Head of ESOP) was awarded the Norwegian Research Council’s Award for Excellence in Communication of Science. The prize was announced by the Norwegian Minister of Research and Higher Education Ms. Tora Aasland for communication of science of high quality in form and content to a broad public.
During the Federation of Norwegian Professional Associations’ conference “The Nordic Model – Sustainable Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow?” on October 25, Kalle Moene was awarded their Academic Prize for 2011. The prize is given to individuals for their contributions to academic freedom and to support their work in the dissemination of knowledge. It was the Deputy Chairman of the FNPA and head of the jury, Åsmund Knutsen, who awarded the prize to Professor Moene.
Three ESOP Scholarships and the ESOP Scholarship in Gender and Economics have been awarded to four master students.
Thursday November 3, Mehlum was appointed lecturer of the year at the Department of Economics. The committee consisted of two members from the student committee (fagutvalget) and three other students. In their justification, the committee emphasized Mehlum's ability to engage the students through his charismatic manner and creative methods of teaching. We congratulate!
On November 7, 2011, ESOP's best master thesis on gender issues prize was awarded to Askill Harkjell Halse, for his thesis addressing whether the gender of political representatives affect policy outcomes.
ESOP's best master thesis on gender issues prize is awarded to Askill Harkjell Halse, for his thesis addressing whether the gender of political representatives affect policy outcomes. The award ceremony will take place on Monday, November 7, at 1:30 PM, room 1047, Eilert Sundts building.
ESOP has a limited number of scholarships available for Master Students who plan to write their Master's thesis. The thesis must be relevant to ESOP's research areas.
Krzysztof Szczygielski is visiting ESOP Monday August 15 - Friday August 26. He will be in room 1018.
Torsten Persson of the Institute for International Economic Studies at Stockholm University gives a four day intensive phd-course August 30 - September 2.
You can now sign up for ESOP's two-day workshop on Gender and Households. Time and place: May 27, 09:30 - May 28, 17:00, Rådssalen, Lucy Smiths hus, Blindern
Time and place: May 13 2011 11:15 - 12:30, Auditorium 2, Eilert Sundts hus (SV-bygget)
A prize of 25 000 NOK will be awarded to Norway's best master thesis in economics on gender related issues.