The CRAFT Research Lab announces grants for students (Bachelor’s and Master’s) and PhD candidates interested in training and/or research related to the core topics of the lab: inter/transdisciplinarity, transformative research, or futures perspective, all in the context of marine and coastal development. The grants are of up to 5 000 nok, but, if there are good reasons, one can apply for more.
Interested persons must submit an application of max 500 words explaining: 1) how the training/research is related to the core topics of the lab (as indicated above); 2) how the grant contributes to the development of the applicant; and 3) how the money will be used (e.g. participation fee for course/conference/workshop; travel and/or accommodation for conference/workshop/course; membership in an association; research and/or training material etc.).
There is no application deadline; incoming applications will be processed continuously.
Requests for information and applications can be sent to melania [-dot-] borit [-at-] uit [-dot-] no.
03.03.2021 - Nor-Lanka Blue
– Korona kunne ikke stoppe oss!
Sulakkana og Shobiya fra Sri Lanka er to heldige utvekslingsstudenter som fikk komme til UiT i koronatiden.
Inovative teaching and learning in fisheries and aquaculture (2016-2019).
A digital storyline roleplaying game with the aim of training media and communication students in tasks relevant for their later jobs (2015-2016).
Simulated Internship in a Virtual Environment (SIVIR)
Preparing students for real life: learning modelling and data analysis through virtual internship in fisheries management (2015-2016).
Here we will announce Master's and PhD graduations.
melania [-dot-] borit [-at-] uit [-dot-] no
The IFM Club represents the interests of all International Fisheries Management (IFM) Master’s students at the UiT The Arctic University of Norway, with focus on education conditions and professional development, rights and duties, research ethics and issues regarding science and society, as well as hosting social events for these students. The IFM Club was initiated by members of the CRAFT research group and it is supported by the NFH research groups CRAFT, BRIDGE, MARA, MRØ, and HARVEST. The IFM Club is a sister organisation to FISKUS.