For those of you that have missed handing in the pre-assignment poster there's a new deadline Wednesday September 10 at 23.30. You find the assignment here: Introductory Assignment: Regional Sustainability Challenges
You can download the powerpoint here: MSD DiaNa Presentation 2014-09-02 (pdf)
You can find the readings and videos for week 36 self-study sessions here:
Thanks for a great course start today!
There are three books that you will work with during the course.
- Öberg, Gunilla. (2011). Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies: A Primer. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.
- Graff, Gerald. & Birkenstein, Cathy (2010). They say / I say: the moves that matter in academic writing. 2. ed. New York: W.W. Norton & Co.
- Hald, Matilda (ed.) (2011). Transcending Boundaries: How CEMUS is changing how we teach, meet and learn. Uppsala: Centrum för miljö- och utvecklingsstudier i Uppsala (CEMUS). Available online: download pdf
We included the following links in the actual assigment as inspiration and resources:
Happy researching and poster making!
You find them in categories above and here:
September 1: CEMUS Annual Autumn Semester Start-Up Lecture: ”A Storm Blowing from Paradise” with Dougald Hine, educator, writer, thinker, at 18.15-20.00 in Eva Netzelius (and Gunnar Johansson), Blåsenhus, von Kraemers Allé 1A.
September 3: Sustainability is for Everyone! (limited number of seats, please be on time) with Alan AtKisson, writer, consultant, musician, at 10.15-12.00 in Ekman Lecture Hall, EBC, Norbyvägen 14.
September 4: Welcome to CEMUS mingle – come and meet fellow students and staff (International and Swedish students) at 15.15-17.00 in CEMUS Library/Lab/Lounge, Geocentrum, Villavägen 16.
September 8: Arm Chair Debate on the Future of the University and the Purposes of Higher Education between Sharon Rider, Professor in philosophy UU and Daniel Mossberg, Director of Studies CSD/CEMUS, at 10.15-12.00 in Hamberg Lecture Hall, Villavägen 16.
September 11: Project cafe co-arranged with CEMUS Roots at 16.15-18.00 in CEMUS Library/Lab/Lounge, Geocentrum, Villavägen 16.
September 15: Live report from the Balaton meeting with Isak Stoddard, Acting Programme Director CEMUS, at 15.15-17.00 in Hamberg Lecture Hall, Villavägen 16.
For a great introductory course. looking forward to the fall and let me know if you miss any information here...
/Kind wishes Malin
There is a link to some interesting reading for Magnus lecture. Posted on top of this page...