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Tom Christensen, Ole Martin Lægreid & Per Lægreid examines administrative coordination capacity in new article published in “Policy and Society”.
Helge Renå have contributed to the book "The Blind Spots of Public Bureaucracy and the Politics of Non-Coordination (Palgrave Macmillan) edited by Tobias Bach and Kai Wegrich.
Adoption provides better living conditions, but is seldom used in the Norwegian child welfare system.
We are happy to announce the first round of CET accelerator seed funding for 2019 are granted to CET Affiliates Esmeralda Colombo and William Helland-Hansen.
Vi har gleden av å annonsere at CET Akselerator såkornsmidler er tildelt til CET affiliates Esmeralda Colombo og William Helland-Hansen.
Magnus Sirnes Hjellum and Per Lægreid with new publication in Safety Science.
Would you like to do your master´s project with companies such as the streaming service TV 2 Sumo or the media tech company Mediability? This is possible in the media cluster Media City Bergen.
Professor Lars Nyre and his students will apply the newest within HTC Vive technology. Together with the students he asks the fundamental questions: What is this? How can it be used?
Day Zero is a new initiative held the day before the SDG Bergen conference and is a packed day of workshops relating to the Sustainable Development Goals. CET was well represented with three workshops on topics of accountability, student involvement & perception.
The new interdisciplinary undergraduate course CET201 Sustainable innovation had its inaugural course day last week. Around 25 students found their way to BTO’s innovation hub: Nyskapningsparken for an introduction to the eight-week course.
What can you do and where can you work after completing a bachelor's degree in IT or Media? Seinor year pupils from Upper Secondary schools received answers to these questions during the “Open Day” at the Department of Information Science and Media Studies.
Postdoc Jenny Krutzinna addresses the state's obligation to facilitate ethical medical data donation.
Norwegian universities spend a lot of resources trying to gain the attention of prospective students.
The cutting-edge Urban Enclaving Futures project used its first workshop to define how research can bring in social, cultural, spatial and further dimensions moving beyond classic economic understandings of urban development.
Skivenes and Falch-Eriksen identify possible blind spots in the Norwegian child protection system.
Professor Marit Skivenes is co-editor on a book analyzing the status of children’s rights in Norway.

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