Therapy in the open air provides adolescents with a break from a chaotic daily life with ever growing pressures with regards to achievement and self-representation. This positive effect is still in place one year after the therapy.
Two research groups at the University of Agder have applied to become Centres for Research-based Innovation (SFI), a prestigious programme of the Research Council of Norway. These research groups are based within the Centre for eHealth and the Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research.
On Friday 18 October, around 2,500 teachers from all over Agder will come to Campus Kristiansand. It is nice but will also present challenges to parking. The teacher convention is therefore a good day for you to cycle, go by bus or walk to work. The students in Kristiansand won’t have any lessons that day.
The close collaboration between regional industry and innovative research at UiA receives praise from the Research Council of Norway. This is reflected in their evaluation of SFI Offshore Mechatronics.
The University Board appointed new deans at the University of Agder on Monday. Hilde Inntjore is offered the fixed-term post as dean of the Teacher Education Unit, and several current deans had their posts renewed.