In her PhD, Anne Randi Græsli has set to get to know the moose better by equipping them with different types of sensors. Now her work must be defended.
Bjørg Midtskogen's thesis examines how kindergarten staff map and assess children, and how they take the child's perspective into account in this work.
Giulia Ferrari is defending her PhD thesis entitled: Small mammals in a changing world: distributional, demographic and behavioural responses to environmental heterogeneity with implications for host-parasite-pathogen relationships.
In this dissertation I have examined theming from different perspectives. In tourism theming is the practice of creating new experiences based on a core theme.
Jim Broch Skarli problematizes the term co-creation in public services in his doctoral degree.
Friederike Merkelbach has researched the child star phenomenon and perceptions of musical talent on YouTube in her doctorate. On 23 and 24 February, she will defend her work.