Three master students have received the Arne Næss stipend that is designed to promote research on ethical and cultural aspects of innovation for a sustainable future.
For more than a decade, our researchers have studied the politics of vaccines, ranging from childhood immunisation programmes to the Covid pandemic.
We welcome two new research assistants to SUM: Wei Guo and Elin Bergstrøm.
Apply for a master student scholarship at Include! Application deadline 1 April 2022.
A project studying how Venezuelans are coping with the crisis in the country on a micro-level and the emerging of new inequalities is attracting considerable attention in Venezuela. Here is a summary of some the key findings in the project so far.
We are proud to announce the 2022 Arne Næss Professor – the Nobel Prize winner in literature (2018) – Olga Tokarczuk.
Apply for a master student stipend! Application deadline 4 March 2022.
We are happy to announce that Marit Gjermshus has joined the Global Health Politics research group at the Centre for Development and the Environment (SUM) this month, as the recipient of a year-long masters stipend on the politics of pandemics.
DeepEn is a new international EES funded collaboration between three institutions in the Czech Republic and the Arne Næss Program at SUM.
We are proud to welcome the new Arne Næss Professor, Julia Cagé, to SUM.
For the very first time in its 75 years, the International Summer School (ISS) is offering a course in area studies: Latin America in the New Global Resource Politics.
We welcome three new doctoral research fellows: Sarah Cechvala, Johannes Volden and Guisela Camacho Mejia.
Norway should take a stronger role not only as a donor, but also as a thought leader on the future of public-private cooperation in global health, argues a new policy brief by the PANPREP project.
The master's students receive a one-year stipend and will enrich SUM's research on forging innovative approaches to a sustainable future.
We congratulate the five SUM students and wish them luck with this exciting opportunity.
We are happy to announce that Eirik Bryhn Jacobsen has joined the Global Health Politics research group this month, as the recipient of a year-long master's stipend on the politics of pandemics.
The grant comes from the NORHED programme at Norad.
We welcome three new doctoral research fellows at SUM: Kaja Elise Gresko, Bjørn Leif Brauteseth and Tyler Barrott.
Are you a University of Oslo master's student interested in the politics of pandemics? We might have a stipend for you.
We offer stipends for master students.
We are happy to announce that Felix Stein will be part of our new project on pandemic preparedness.
We congratulate Benedicte Bull, Desmond McNeill and Jason Miklian with the nomination.
This year we are welcoming our new students both digitally and in the lecture room.
We are proud to welcome Professor Anthony Giddens to SUM.