I will fight for the conditions of temporary employees so that the University of Agder remains an attractive workplace.
Andreas Waaler Røshol
Doctoral Research Fellow
- Through my experience as PhD representative I have seen the importance of working towards meaningful changes. I have been a student and employee at the University of Agder the last seven years. I am driven to work long-term towards meaningful change.
• Fight for the conditions of temporary employees so that the University of Agder remains an attractive workplace.• Concentrate on the quality of system for education at the University of Agder with a special focus on the PhDprogram• Continue the work on how the University of Agder can be a digital university and how technology can elicit increased co-creation and be utilized to strengthen both education and research activities.
- I have an interdisciplinary interest and curiosity that is evident in my education. I have a keen interest in how technology can be utilized creatively in both pedagogical and artistic contexts. In my work as a producer and songwriter under the artist alias AWR, I have acquired some experience on digital co-creation nationally and internationally. Keywords for me are creativity, co-creation and technology.
2018-09: - PhD in Popular Music performance with focus on electronic music and music technology at the faculty of fine arts at the university of Agder.
2016 – 2018: Master in electronic music performance at the university of Agder.
2013 – 2016: Bachelor in electronic music performance at the University of Agder.
2012 – 2013: One-year undergraduate study of music at NLA university college in Bergen.
2010 – 2011: One-year undergraduate study of history at the University of Stavanger.
2006 – 2009: Norwegian Defense University College of Engineering in Lillehammer, Bachelor in Telematics and combined officer education.
I have also taken ECT credits in economics at the University of Stavanger, political science at Nord University and information systems (masters) at the University of Agder.
2018:- Doctoral Research Fellow in Popular Music at University of Agder.
2017 – 2018: Assistant teacher at the Faculty of Fine Arts at University of Agder
2013 – 2017: Part time system-technician in the Norwegian Defense, in Bergen and the Oslo area.
2011-2012: Communication officer, Norwegian Defense, ISAF.
2009 – 2011: System-technician in the Norwegian Defense, Haakonsvern.
2018:- PhD representative in the research committee at the faculty of fine arts at University of Agder.
2018:- PhD representative in the program committee for popular music performance at University of Agder.