Meet the iEarth Research Group – Torgny Roxå, academic developer and associated professor, Lund University, Centre for Engineering Education I’m Torgny Roxå and my job, my passion, is to influence higher education organisations and contexts towards better teaching and better education. I use a cultural approach where teachers are key to constructing and maintaining but also […]
Meet Jennie Lundquist – iEarths new PhD student at UiT My name is Jennie Lundqvist and I partly owe my PhD position at The Arctic University of Norway (UiT) to a starfish from the North Sea. When I began my academic journey, my eyes were set on studying marine biology at the University of Gothenburg. At […]
Get to know Our Educational Science Research Group – Meet Mirjam Glessmer Hi! My name is Mirjam Glessmer and I am an adjunct associate professor at the Geophysical Institute in Bergen. Within iEarth, my main goal is to investigate how fieldwork and laboratory opportunities can be created to better prepare students for (or, in times […]
iEarth presented Iver Martens Within iEarth, I am the PD leader for the work package that deals with community contact, practice schemes and alumni work.