PhD Education at the University of Stavanger
How can the established theory of particle physics, the Standard Model, be used to predict the mater
The artistic research dance project All Tomorrows Parties by Brynjar Åbel Bandlien aims to investiga
“Norway’s cold climate is very suitable for building-integrated photovoltaics,” says researcher Hass
UiS is responsible for research conducted at the university being performed in accordance with laws
Why are Vikings and the Norse past increasingly popular?
A disputation, the public defence of a PhD candidate’s thesis, is a serious matter.
Not all regions are like Silicon Valley, and not all universities can or should be like Stanford.
UiS researchers have developed and tested a structured play-based curriculum for children at their l
Professor Dimitrios Pavlou at Department of Mechanical and Structural Engineering and Materials Scie
According to a new study, there is a strong link between self-regulation and mathematical skills in
A recent Norwegian study shows strong associations between first grade students feeling liked and re
When secondary school pupils read demanding fiction, they become engaged by the difficult nature of
UiS publishes two internal series: Reports from the University of Stavanger and Notes from the Unive
360ViSi is an international collaborative project with the aim of developing innovative learning met
All PhD candidates enrolled in the PhD-program in the Social Sciences must go through a midway asses
A book project about improvisation, by Petter Frost Fadnes (Routledge, 2020)
The entanglement of choreographic and pedagogic practices is the theme of the PhD project of Mari Fl
The research project Caring Futures: Developing Care Ethics for Technology-Mediated Care Practices (