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TNDR needs a new representative to the graduate education board

on Thu, 2011-10-06 17:02

At the end of this year one of TNDR:s regular representatives to the graduate education board, Susanna Kaufmann, will step down due to maternal leave. That means we need to fill that position from January 1st up until the next regular annual meeting (a period of about six months, or one academic semester).

The graduate education board ("forskarutbildningsnämnden", FUN) is one of the most important governing bodies at the faculty concerning graduate education (our education!). This position at the graduate education board also comes with an honorary from the faculty.

If you would like to know more about the kind of work expected from a PhD student representative to FUN, contact one of the current representatives, or the TNDR board, or why not read the FUN webpage at the faculty website.

Election for this position will be held at the next TNDR meeting.

TNDR meeting today (06/10/11)!

on Thu, 2011-10-06 11:39

welcome to our meeting today,

1615, room B7:11a, BMC!

PhD student Fika with ice cream

Date: 
Tuesday, October 4, 2011 -
15:00 to 16:00
Venue: 
A7:115 (BMC)

¡ciao amici!

it's time again - fika time! ice cream time!

this time at BMC, so get your a** to room A7 115, and enjoy a relaxed fika break with other phd students, and eat all that delicious ice cream!

 

and even this time we shout:

be there or be square!

:: your tndr board

Vacant positions 2011/2012

on Sat, 2011-09-10 13:07

We have one open position left available 2011/12:

 

Please shoot a mail to the election committee if you're interested or have any questions.

Visit TNDR's new FB page

on Wed, 2011-08-31 22:13

 

[The following message was sent to all members of TNDR's old FB group]
Hello fellow grad students!
Please continue showing your support for TNDR and student power by liking our new FB page.
We hope the new FB page, together with our updated website, will offer you better opportunities to engage with the activities of TNDR.
So, please visit our new FB page, and don't forget to like it!
 
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