Üritused

 

Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkonna doktorikoolide teaduseetika õppepäev
TÜHISTATUD, toimub sügisel 2021
 

19. mail toimub Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkonna doktorikoolide teaduseetika õppepäev, mida viib läbi Tartu Ülikooli eetikakeskus. Õppepäeva eesmärk on teha lühike sissejuhatus eetikasse ning keskenduda teaduseetikale - põhimõtetele, valdkonda reguleerivatele juhistele, hea teaduse ja väärkäitumise omavahelistele suhtetele ning uurimistöö eetilistele aspektidele. Päev koosneb ühest loenguplokist ning kahest aruteluplokist (väärtuste mängu metoodika plokk ning pööratud klassiruumi plokk). Õppepäeva viivad läbi TÜ praktilise filosoofia kaasprofessor Kadri Simm, eetika teadur Mari-Liisa Parder.

Päev tuleb põnev ja praktiliste aruteludega. Päeva lõpuks teavad osalejad teaduseetika põhimõtteid ning oskavad kasutada valdkonda reguleerivaid juhiseid ja koodekseid. Lisaks õpivad osalejad tundma hea teaduse tavasid, õpivad märkama oma uurimisteemade eetilisi aspekte ning oskavad väärkäitumist vältida.

Registreeri end üritusele SIIN! Registreerimine on avatud 17. maini.

NB! Osalemissoovitus kehtib eelkõige nendele doktorantidele, kes ei ole võtnud kursust “Hea teadustava”.

AJAKAVA

10:1511:45 Sissejuhatav loeng teemasse. 
11:4512:30 Lõunapaus
12:3014:00 Teaduseetika juhtumite lahendamine rühmades
14:0014:15 Paus
14.1515.45 Osalejate endi loodud juhtumite arutelu, küsimused ja vastused lähtuvalt pööratud klassiruumi metoodikast (palume osalejatel võimaluse korral juba ette mõelda, mis on need küsimused ja murekohad antud valdkonnas, mille kohta soovitakse täpsemalt teada). Kokkuvõtted, päeva lõpetamine.

 

Üritust finantseerib Euroopa Liidu Regionaalarengu Fond (Tartu Ülikooli ASTRA projekt PER ASPERA).



Grant writing workshop
University of Tartu
May 21 & 28–29, 2021
Tartu

Do you want to learn how to approach something as big as putting together a grant application / project proposal? Graduate students of all levels are most welcome to join a grant writing workshop with your peers and grant advisors of the Grant Office of the University of Tartu (UT-GO). The event will take place May 21 & 28–29. The language of the seminar will be English.

Programme

The seminar is organised in 2 parts:

  • May 21, 2021, 10:00-14:00 - Project Writing Training 
  • May 28-29, 2021 Project Writing Bootcamp

Your trainers will be Eveli Kuuse, Kristiina Paavel and Aleksander Väljamäe (UT Grant Office, Project Writing Unit (GWU)). The skills that you will learn and polish during the workshop will be applicable to various types of grants, from small doctoral grants to bigger, international collaborative ones.  This workshop revolves around WHERE to start? WHAT and HOW to write? You will learn how to analyse your ideas, select the best ones, and “package” them in an appealing manner and form – as a highly competitive grant application. We’ll consider the process from both the Writer’s and Evaluator’s perspective. You’ll hear the theory and will have the opportunity to put it all into practice.

Ideally, we see that everybody participates in both parts of the seminar, but alternative options are also possible. Right now, the plan is to hold both parts of the seminar in person, with the 2-day session organised at a remote location in South Estonia. Depending on the Corona virus situation, the final decision on the face-to-face versus online event will be taken right after the registration deadline.  Registered participants will receive a detailed schedule and instructions for a preparation task that needs to be completed before the event.

Register for the event here (deadline Fri, 30 April 2021).

 

Additional information: Ann Veismann (ann.veismann@ut.ee), Mariann Proos (mariann.proos@ut.ee)

The event is financed by the European Regional Development Fund (University of Tartu ASTRA Project PER ASPERA).



Veebipõhine kirjutamislaager
Tartu Ülikool
10.-13. juuni 2021
ZOOM
 

Kultuuriteaduste ja kunstide doktorikool ning Keeleteaduse, filosoofia ja semiootika doktorikool korraldavad 10.-13. juunil partnerülikoolide doktorantidele ühise veebipõhise kirjutamislaagri ZOOM-is. Täpsemad juhised ja ürituse ajakava saadetakse vastuvõetud osalejatele enne laagri algust e-mailile.

Kirjutamislaagris on võimalik keskenduda oma doktoritöö või teadusartikli kirjutamisele. Lisaks pakume erinevaid kirjutamist toetavaid töötubasid (osalemine vabatahtlik). Osalejatel on võimalus töötada kodust või töötada ja vajadusel ka majutuda hotellis. Doktorantidele on broneeritud üheinimese tööruumid Tartus Raadimõisa hotellis ja Tallinnas Hestia hotellis Euroopa. Vastuvõetud osavõtjate majutus, toitlustus ja bussipiletid hüvitatakse doktorikooli poolt. Laagrisse võetakse vastu kuni 25 osalejat.

Osalemiseks palume kirjutada lühikese tööplaani, kus täpsustate, millise kirjatöö ning tööetapiga soovite kirjutamislaagris tegeleda. Kirjutades tööplaani palun lähtuge allolevatest punktidest:

1. Palun kirjutage natukene lähemalt tekstist/tekstidest, mille kallal kavatsete töötada kirjutamislaagris (näiteks, uurimusküsimused, eesmärgid, töö etapp, jne)

2. Palun tooge välja vaatenurgad, mille kallal plaanite kirjutamislaagris töötada. Siin tuleks silmas pidada eesmärkide püstitamist ja tehtava töö jagamist. Sellest tulenevalt palume välja tuua need aspektid päevade kaupa kirjutus laagri ajal.

3. Tooge julgelt välja, kui on tekkinud, mistahes raskusi kirjutamise ajal. See annab meile võimaluse nende kallal töötada operatiivselt ning võimalusel juhendada probleemide lahendamise osas.


Registreerimine on avatud 16. maini. Registreeru siin

Vastuvõetud osalejatele saadetakse ajakava, töötubade nimekiri ja mõned tehnilised juhised umbes nädal enne laagrit emailile. Laagrisse võetakse eelisjärjekorras vastu doktorandid, kes saavad osaleda kogu ürituse aja.

 

Lisainfo: Katarina Damčević, katarina.damcevic@ut.ee

 

Üritust finantseerib Euroopa Liidu Regionaalarengu Fond (Tartu Ülikooli ASTRA projekt PER ASPERA).



Livonian Summer University 2021 (LSU2021)
University of Tartu
July 30-August 8, 2021
 

The third Livonian Summer University returns to Kuoštrõg (Latv. Košrags), where the first Livonian Summer University took place in 2013. LSU will be held from the 30 July to the 8 August. As Livonian is the most endangered language in Europe, LSU is one of the initiatives which helps raise awareness as well as introduce Livonian and Livonian studies to potential students, researchers and create the environment, where connections and research projects can be born.

The goal of the Livonian Summer University is to provide students and researchers with the possibility to study Livonian (on beginner and intermediate levels), get better acquainted with the Livonian history, culture, present situation and reinforce and expand the community of researchers of Livonian. The program of the Livonian Summer University consists of lessons of Livonian, research workshops, lectures on various topics, trips and hikes to important Livonian locations and the cultural program. The language of instruction is English.

More about the programme

Language

The participants of the Livonian Summer University will study Livonian in multiple groups (the lessons will be held in English). The participants will be able to join lessons for beginners or for intermediate learners. The language lessons will be accompanied by lectures which will help better to understand the peculiarities of the nature of Livonian and peculiar aspects of researching the Livonian language and culture.

Workshops

Workshops are a new addition to the Livonian Summer University. The students can choose among several different workshops, where they will be able to utilise their previous and new knowledge in a group project, which will be developed throughout the course of LSU.

Lectures

It has already become a tradition that the participants of LSU will be able to enjoy the lectures by leading researchers in the fields of Livonian language, culture, history.

Excursions

The trips and hikes to the Livonian villages and other important landmarks will help the students better understand the situation of Livonians and their language and culture as well as their history. The excursions will be guided by our lecturers.

Cultural program

During the cultural program students will get acquainted with the Livonian culture first-hand and also practice newly acquired knowledge of Livonian and Livonian culture (e.g. by singing Livonian songs or preparing Livonian food, or smoking Livonian fish).

Covid 19 information

As with most events for some time now, we are not sure of how the pandemic might affect the course of our event. We will follow all the state regulations and do our best to make sure the event is safe for all the participants. We cannot be certain that the event will not be cancelled, but we are hoping for a similar situation that was in the previous summer (as well as good results of the vaccination) and that the summer events will be possible as usual.

Preliminary program

Friday, July 30

Arrival
19.00–20.00 Dinner
Getting acquainted
 

Saturday, July 31

8.00–9.00 Breakfast
9.00–14.00 Livonian language
14.00–15.00 Lunch
15.00–17.00 Workshops
17.00–19.00 Lectures
19.00–20.00 Dinner
 

Sunday, August 1

8.00–9.00 Breakfast
9.00–14.00 Livonian language
14.00–15.00 Lunch
15.00–17.00 Workshops
17.00–19.00 Lectures
19.00–20.00 Dinner
 

Monday, August 2

8.00–9.00 Breakfast
Excursions
19.00–20.00 Dinner
 

Tuesday, August 3

8.00–9.00 Breakfast
9.00–14.00 Livonian language
14.00–15.00 Lunch
15.00–17.00 Workshops
17.00–19.00 Lectures
19.00–20.00 Dinner
 

Wednesday, August 4

8.00–9.00 Breakfast
9.00–14.00 Livonian language
14.00–15.00 Lunch
15.00–17.00 Workshops
17.00–19.00 Lectures
19.00–20.00 Dinner
 

Thursday, August 5

8.00–9.00 Breakfast
Excursions
19.00–20.00 Dinner
 

Friday, August 6

8.00–9.00 Breakfast
9.00–14.00 Livonian language
14.00–15.00 Lunch
15.00–17.00 Workshops
17.00–19.00 Lectures
19.00–20.00 Dinner
 

Saturday, August 7

8.00–9.00 Breakfast
The Livonian festival
 

Sunday, August 8

8.00–9.00 Breakfast
Departure

Lecturers

Valts Ernštreits, University of Latvia – Livonian language; workshops on place names

Tuuli Tuisk, University of Tartu – Livonian language; workshops on phonetics

Miina Norvik, University of Tartu, Uppsala University – Livonian language; workshops on morphosyntax

Karl Pajusalu, University of Tartu – Salaca Livonian; workshops on place names

Jack Rueter, University of Helsinki – Workshops on digital solutions for minority languages

Renāte Blumberga, University of Latvia – Livonian history

Gunta Kļava, University of Latvia – Acquisition of endangered languages

Uldis Balodis, University of Latvia – Livonian grammar and language contacts

Milda Dailidėnaite, University of Latvia, University of Tartu – Workshops on morphosyntax

Practical information

LSU will take place in a guest house/ complex Pītagi, which is located in Košrags, Latvia. It is in the historical territory where the Livonians have last lived (the Livonian coast) in larger communities and where Livonian was widely spoken. It is important to note that the Livonian coast is one of the most remote locations in Latvia and thus is rather far from any larger settlement. A store where you can buy the most basic things (like food and toothpaste) is located only a few km away, but any bigger shopping centres are out of our reach during LSU and we need to be prepared for that.

All the basic needs (like catering and accommodation) will be taken care of. We will try our best to provide a varying diet, however we will not be able to provide everyone with a specialized meal plan, so if there are any serious considerations please let us know, but bear in mind that we may not be able to address those issues.

It is also important to keep in mind that for the most part we will be in nature so appropriate clothing (for various weather conditions: sunny and hot, or rainy and cool) is necessary. It is also advisable to take care of insect repellents, allergy medicine (if it is relevant) and so on. We would also advise you to pack your swimming suits as we will be spending our time near the sea with a beautiful beach, which you can enjoy in your free time.

Arrival and transportation

The transportation from Riga to Košrags and during LSU is arranged by the organizers of LSU. Participants themselves will need to arrange the transportation to Riga (e.g. plane tickets), travel expenses to Riga are not covered by LSU. See funding possibilities of your home university.

Departure

Departure will be possible from Friday (6 August) evening. Transportation will be available on Friday, Saturday and Sunday morning. We will ask you to submit your departure preferences later.

Registration

You can register via a registration form here.

NB! The number of participants is limited!


More information: Milda Dailidėnaitė, milda@ut.ee

The event is supported by the European Regional Development Fund (University of Tartu ASTRA Project PER ASPERA).