Will there be research in 2030 and what will it look like?

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Datum
20181109
13:00–15:00

Plats
Hanaholmen – kulturcentrum för Sverige och Finland


Welcome to take part in an important discussion on the research conducted in the Nordic countries in 2030 – and what the societal impact of that research will be. Higher education and research should have societal relevance, but who defines that relevance and how?

Hanaholmen By Kulturliv [CC BY-SA 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], from Wikimedia Commons
The event will take place Friday 9 November 2018 at 1 PM to 3 PM at Hanaholmen – Cultural Centre for Sweden and Finland in Espoo, close to Helsinki, and will be followed by a cocktail party from 3 PM to 4 PM.

A key note will be given by Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Heidi Hansson from Umeå University and its Department of Language Studies. After her speech, a panel will discuss different Nordic perspectives on higher education: business, politics and civil society. Panel members: Deputy Vice-Chancellor Fredrika Lagergren from University of Gothenburg, Business Developer Tanja Suni from University of Helsinki and Secretary General Cissi Askwall from VA (Public & Science) in Sweden. The panel is moderated by Docent Tuomas Heikkilä from University of Helsinki.

More information: Project Manager Janne Wikström, janne.wikstrom(at)hanaholmen.fi, tel: +358445637071

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