A dialogue in many shapes where the perspective of doctoral students, supervisors, deans, governmental authorities, external partners etc. are communicated and discussed.
Who should participate?
Doctoral students, supervisors, directors of doctoral studies, research school coordinators, deans, vice deans, doctoral education administrators, i.e. anybody involved in doctoral education.
Please register no later than 16 November (we use the course registration system)
9.00-9.10 Introduction. Facilitator Ann Grubbström
9.10-9.50 Key note presentation (including discussion): Quality in the PhD: Performance expectations in the era of PhD 3.0 – experiences and ideas from Wageningen University, the Netherlands. Researcher and adviser on PhD education Gab van Winkel, Wageningen University, the Netherlands.
9.50-10.10 How do supervisor and doctoral student together evaluate the student’s ability to fulfill the learning outcomes? Principal supervisor Björn Vinnerås and doctoral student Jenna Senecal
10.10-10.20 Is the public defence of a thesis an examination or a show? Director of Doctoral Studies (VH-faculty) Jan Hultgren
10.20-11.10 Group discussions (including coffee break)
11.10-11.30 How do supervisor and doctoral student together evaluate the student’s ability to fulfill the learning outcomes? Principal supervisor Stefan Gunnarsson and doctoral student Torun Wallgren
11.30-11.40 A doctoral student’s perspective. Doctoral student Maria Karlsson
11.40-11.50 What is real quality in doctoral programmes – is it possible to measure it? Vice-Chancellor Peter Högberg
11.50–12.00 Concluding remarks and information about the afternoon programmes. Facilitator Ann Grubbström
After lunch, Alnarp and Ultuna have their own programmes. Umeå had a PhD Day September 28th.
Background information: Please see link