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CET Master Student Network

The ongoing situation with COVID-19 has forced us to think differently about the master's students connected to CET. We are excited to announce the launch of the CET Master Student Network.

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CET Master Student Network. From left: Solveig Høegh-Krohn, Kjersti Sollund Hegsbro, Sarah-Helmine Stokke, Kjersti Vatnekvam Kalberg, Anniken Williams. Not present: Johan Elfving, Marie Louise Ljones, Marjan Shamayeli, Edvard Feyling Hviding, Devyn Remme and Trygve Lilli.
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Judith Dalsgård/CET

Each year we invite master students from all faculties who are writing on the themes climate and energy transformation to apply for a workspace at CET. We usually have 6 spaces, but because of Corona, we had to downsize the number of students in the master workspace. We received so many interesting applications that we needed to rethink how we organised this important part of our centre. 

Therefore, we are excited to announce the launch of the CET Master Student Network. For 2020/2021 we have 12 students connected to the centre from seven departments and research groups. We are looking forward to having the group join in the activities at the centre. 

Introducing our 2020/2021 network:

Name___________Affiliated department_____________Master thesis theme
Solveig Høegh-Krohn.                           Dept. of Information and media studies"Green Journalism"
Sarah-Helmine Stokke.   Faculty of LawEuropean Convention on Human Rights & European Court of Human Rights and the climate crisis
Kjersti Sollund HegsbroDept. of GeographyConsumption-based approach to climate transition in Asker municipality
Anniken WilliamsDept. of Health Promotion and Development (HEMIL)Gender roles and climate change
Kjersti Vatnekvam KalbergDept. of Administration and Organisation TheoryGreen transition in the energy sector - Solar energy
Johan ElfvingDept. of Comparative PoliticsEnergy transition: Political and economic conflicts between state, private enterprise and work-life in Norway and Scandinavia.
Marie Louise LjonesDept. of Administration and Organisation TheoryInternational Energy Agency (IEA) - global energy governance
Marjan ShamayeliDept. of Geography/ System DynamicsSystem dynamics
Edvard Feyling HvidingDept. of GeographySustainable city development
Devyn RemmeDept. of GeographyEnergy transitions
Trygve LilliDept. of Comparative PoliticsPerceptions of climate change
Sarah MashhadiDept. of Geography/ System DynamicsEnergy transition in Germany