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Sign up for TNDR Murder Mystery

on Tue, 2018-01-23 10:17


Hej everyone,

welcome to the next TNDR social event. We will host a Murder Mystery game on Friday, 9. February, 18:30 in Å14167, Ångströmlab. This year's setting is "Murder at Sea". Please sign up using the link below until Tuesday, 6. February:

In a murder mystery game every participant will receive a certain character that he will play during the evening. Everyone will receive information about their character, their secrets and their goals. Then you will try to reach your goals by interacting with the other players, all while trying to solve the murder! You are encouraged to dress up to fit the setting. After a fun time, the mystery will be solved and you are welcome to head out with the other players for a drink and a chat afterwards.

Hope to see you there!
Tobias and Johann
TNDR Social Organizers



Open Position: Event Manager

on Thu, 2018-01-18 23:40


Dear Ph.D. students,
For all those who like organizing events, Doctoral Board for Uppsala University (Doktorandsnämden, in short-DN) announces a position "EVENT MANAGER."
The role of the DN's Event manager is to organize: Social events, Academic events, seminars, competitions or any event that could be for the betterment of Ph.D. students and that provides a platform for interaction among Ph.D. students and with the University.
Skills: The candidate should be creative, social, take the lead, micro planer.
No language barrier.
The post is valid for this semester only. Compensation will be in the form of money (2500 SEK).
Interested candidates should write in brief about your skills and previous experiences of holding such posts if any. 
In short, you should motivate why you are suitable for this post and send it to no later than 24th January 2018, so hurry up!
Note: The post is only for those who are currently pursuing Ph.D. studies. If you have already completed Ph.D. studies, then please ignore this email.
Since the list of Ph.D. students might not be up to date, it is likely that many of your Ph.D. colleagues or friends might not receive this email. In that case, please spread the word
Best regards,
Megha Bendre,
Chair, Doctoral Board
Uppsala University.

TNDR Teaching Survey

on Thu, 2017-12-07 15:26

Hej everyone,


TNDR, the PhD council of the faculty for science and technology, is conducting a small survey to see how teaching for PhD students is handled at different departments in the faculty. We are aware that there are significant differences, but to address the problem properly and achieve a more fair/equal treatment of all PhD students, we need to have an overview of where the problem lies and where action is needed.


We would therefore appreciate if you could take your time to fill in the survey under the following link:


The survey is very short (2-3 min only), no problem to fill it in between to sips of coffee!


Thank you!


Jakob Spiegelberg

Chair, TNDR


TNDR Council Meeting Dec, 2017

Tuesday, December 5, 2017 - 10:15
Öland Room-Geocenter



The PhD student council of the faculty of science and technology, TNDR, is going to have its next council meeting next Tuesday, 5th December at 10:15 in the "Öland"-room at the Geocenter. All PhD students at the faculty are invited to attend and get updated about current happenings on various boards and get involved themselves! TNDR will provide fika for the meeting.


Attached you can find the agenda of the meeting and the minutes of the previous council meeting. If you are interested in any of the vacant positions or have any general question, don't hesitate to send me an email.


We hope to see you there!


Jakob Spiegelberg


Approved minutes: 

#MeToo - Sexuella trakasserier och härskartekniker i akademisk miljö

Thursday, November 30, 2017 - 09:15
Sal XI, Universitetshuset

Med anledning av den uppmärksammade sociala medierkampanjen #MeToo bjuder Rådet för lika villkor vid Uppsala universitet in medarbetare och studenter till en föreläsning om sexuella övergrepp och trakasserier i akademin med Anneli Häyrén. Föreläsningen tar upp förekomsten av sexuella övergrepp och andra maktuttryck i den akademiska miljön. Åhörare får också information om Uppsala universitets riktlinjer och rutiner vid hantering av övergrepp och trakasserier.
Anneli Häyrén är disputerad i företagsekonomi och är forskare på Centrum för genusvetenskap samt utredare på universitetets HR-avdelning. Hon har mångårig erfarenhet av både forskning och praktiskt arbete med att förebygga och utreda sexuella övergrepp och relaterade maktuttryck i arbetslivet och akademin.
Lyssna på när Anneli Häyrén pratade om #MeToo i P3 Morgonpasset:

Tid: 30 november 9.15-12.00 Plats: Sal XI, Universitetshuset Anmälan: till senast den 28 november

Föreläsningen är öppen och kostnadsfri för alla anställda och studenter vid Uppsala universitet. Antalet platser är begränsat och föranmälan krävs för att vara säker på att få plats!