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Department of Culture and Global Studies

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    The research training programme Culture and Global Studies (CGS)

    The research training programme act as an organisational framework for PhD fellows in the programme.This applies whether they are enrolled under the Humanities or Social Sciences Faculties, and whether they are fully financed by AAU or partly financed by external funds – or whether they are external students. The programme organise a number of activities. They have a daily management which is supported by a programme committee.

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    Published: 17 June 2015 | Last revised: 18 June 2015

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    Facilities

    The department will make office space and the necessary IT facilities available for all employed PhD scholars and Industrial PhD scholars as well as for external PhD students and PhD students on special terms who wish to pay for this service.

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    Published: 17 June 2015 | Last revised: 18 June 2015
     

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    PhD network

    PhD Society for Humanities and Social Sciences’ at AAU meet once a week for a lunch hour. It is an informal setting for knowledge sharing and peer-support relating to the PhD process.

    You can come for a chat, you can also suggest a meeting topic, or use the group to discuss and brainstorm research ideas you have. The purpose is also to develop a supportive office culture and strengthen relations between PhDs.
     
    We have the opportunity to plan events with relevant topics such as stress management, time management and also writing retreats. At the moment, we have the intention to plan a writing-retreat/boot-camp in the spring 2018. The purpose is to get tools for different ways of writing, feedback on writings and have intensive writing sessions.
     
    If interested, join our mailing list by sending an email to mlp-maria@hum.aau.dk.
     
    You can also join the Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1780193255341726/

    In addition, most PhD fellows participate in networks that reflect their academic backgrounds and/or interests. Often, supervisors will introduce their PhD students to relevant academic networks.

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    Published: 17 June 2015 | Last revised: 8 October 2018