Workshop no 1: Monday the 16th to the 17th June
The application site is closed.
Workshop no 2: Monday the 1st to the 2nd September The application site is closed.
To enable supervisors and supervisees to speak the same language.
To enable a common ground in theory and methods of science.
To enhance supervisory competences in the fields theory, methods and ethics.
At the end of the workshop, the participants are expected to be able to:
Guide these PhD students in deciding on suitable scientific approaches in relation to the research topics at stake.
Recognize the different knowledge interests in research.
Identify ethical issues related to different research activities, such as authorship credit
Pre-course assignment. Bring your own issue to be submitted before the workshop.
Research strategies. Johansson + Wamala
Knowledge types. Wilfred Lajul
Ethics, Publication (Authorship, publication strategies). Per Sandin + Tusabe
Remaining issues brought up by the participants
Where? Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda.
Application? Go to the web page describing the workshop and use the link to the application site
Who can participate? Senior staff in the area of Global Food Security (all disciplinary fields) from the following universities:
Makerere University (Uganda),
National University of Rwanda (Rwanda),
Sokoine University (Tanzania)
Jomo Kenyatta University (Kenya).
Participants will be selected based on distribution between universities, engagement with issues of global food security and seeking a gender balance.
Costs? The project will provide financial support for travels, housing and allowance in one workshop. Help with organizing lodging, and meals during daytime, will be provided.
- Professor Rolf Johansson, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)
- Dr Wilfred Lajul, Makerere University
- Professor Wamala, Makerere University
- Dr Kasozi, Makerere University
- Professor George Nasinyama, Makerere University
- Ass Professor Helena Röcklinsberg, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)
- Ass Professor Per Sandin, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)
- Dr. G. Tusabe, Makerere University
Teaching and learning activities
- Group and plenary discussions
- Guided discovery