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Funds received for new interdisciplinary research group

News: Nov 25, 2015

Professor Susanne Garvis of the Department of Education, Communication and Learning received funding from the Joint Committee for Nordic Research Councils in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NOS-HS) to establish a new interdisciplinary research group, the Nordic Early Childhood Systems Approach Research Group (NECA).

A total of 23 grants will share close to SEK 10 million for a series of two or three Nordic workshops. The support for the NECA is the only workshop grant from NOS-HS to the University of Gothenburg this year.
The grant of SEK 425,000 is to be used among other things for three workshops for the new network of Nordic researchers that focuses on research related to early childhood, preschool, and the family.
NECA’s coordinators are Susanne Garvis, Pia Williams, and Sonja Sheridan of the Department of Education, Communication and Learning, Elin Eriksen Ødegaard of Bergen University College (HiB) in Norway, and Heidi Harju of the University of Helsinki in Finland.
The grant from NOS-HS has the purpose of promoting the development of new areas of research and research programmes in the Nordic countries in the fields of humanities and the social sciences.

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Originally published on: uf.gu.se

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