The funding comes from the Norwegian Research Council.
In 2020 SUM will offer more elective courses than ever before. Six of these will be intensive 5 credit courses.
This spring SUM will initiate a series of lectures to be given by former students at the centre, focusing on how they have put academic research into practical use in their jobs.
Blogs at SUM
- The SUM-blog on development and the environment
- Matlære on food, environment and politics
- Oslo SDG Blog by the Oslo SDG Initiative
- La Bullatina Blog by Benedicte Bull
- Tvergastein by SUM students
- Terra Nullius: Repossessing the existent about rural transformations
- Women and Electricity by Tanja Winther