Seminar series: Writing a kappa – organising and telling your own story
The kappa seminar series is designed for doctoral students at KI who plan to defend their theses within 3-6 months afterwards.
This is a full-time course with three days of seminar and two days of individual work. The seminar is a mix of plenary sessions, individual work and group assignments. The assingments are all focused on each participant's own thesis work.
The participants are encouraged to reflect on their own work and they have to provide other course participants with peer review at several occasions.
- Professor Lucie Laflamme, Department of Public Health Sciences
- Associate Professor Marie Hasselberg, Department of Public Health Sciences
- Associate Professor Asli Kulane, Department of Public Health Sciences
How to apply to the seminar
Send the application form to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than August 20 2017. The number of places is limited to 12. Please note that the application period can be closed in advance if there are many applicants.Contact person: Marita Larsson