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Project Researcher Katarzyna Wisniewska at the School of Humanities was awarded a 40,000 euro grant by the Finnish Cultural Foundation.
Mobility is not only a part of everyday life, but also a global megatrend and an integral part of Western and colonial modernity.
The threat posed by English to the national languages seems exaggerated in the current public debate.
When a Finnish municipality wants impressions, likes and shares on social media, English is the language of choice.
The transformation of our environmental perception is being studied across Europe in the multidisciplinary and international DigiFREN project.
The lecture topics range from radiation biology to forest planning, and from pharmaceutical policy and brain health to literature and education.
The Universities of Helsinki, Lapland, Oulu and Vaasa, and LAB University of Applied Sciences, join the Sustainability Studies Network.
Sensotra is an extensive and international research project, which explored different generations’ experiences of their environment over a period of six years.
The Young Researcher Awards were presented to Pauliina Lukinmaa, Atte Eskelinen, Juan Miguel Valverde Martínez and Rosemary Mwanza.
The doctoral dissertation in the field of English language and translation will be examined in Joensuu Campus, and it will be streamed online.