The PhD course in research integrity and ethics is offered twice a year in Danish as well as English as a faculty-based course, where we strive to address ethics across the faculty's various disciplinary areas. Please be aware that registration for the courses operates on a first-come, first-served basis and we can therefore not guarantee that you will receive a place on your desired course. And please also be aware that once your application has been accepted your enrolment is binding, and that you are expected to take part in the full course. All courses will be placed in Aarhus.
The 2023 schedule is:
Jette Kofoed is course instructor on both courses together with either Morten Dige or Finn Olesen.
Course 1: 22 August & 20 September 2023 (English)
Deadline for applications: 15 June 2023 https://au.phd-courses.dk/CourseCatalog/ShowCourse/1175
Course instructors: Morten Dige (philosophy), Casper Andersen (philosophy of science/post-colonial theory), Iram Khawaja (social psychology/minority research), Anja Bechmann (digital social research)
Course 2: 25 October & 29 November 2023 (Danish)
Deadline for applications: 1 September 2023 https://au.phd-courses.dk/CourseCatalog/ShowCourse/1174
Course instructors: Finn Olesen (information studies), Hans Fink (philosophy), Line Dalsgård (anthropology), Rubina Raja (archaeology)
Information about the course incl. course description, overview of teachers and registration deadlines will be sent directly to all enrolled PhD students at Graduate School, Arts via email. This time the email was sent in January 2023. PhD students enrolled after this date please contact Henriette Jaquet at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have not received the email.
Questions regarding applications, enrollment, course certificates: Henriette Jaquet, email@example.com
Questions regarding the content of the course: Jette Kofoed, firstname.lastname@example.org