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Alsion 2, Sønderborg


14:00 - 17:00

Student Collaboration Day

30 apr

Mød 50 virksomheder fra de store, internationale til de små, fra start-ups til offentlige institutioner- men alle med et ønske om at møde studerende, der vil lave et samarbejde med dem, så der er god chance for at lande en aftale eller at udvide dit netværk – ligesom du kan få større kendskab til de enkelte virksomheder og de muligheder, der er. Du har også mulighed for at møde SDU RIO og AKA og få sparring på dit CV eller tips til hvordan man netværker med virksomhederne. Ligesom der er mulighed for at få taget et professionelt billede. Der er ingen tilmelding for studerende: Forbered dig - mød op – få en study-sticker – og du er klar til at netværke. Du kan følge den voksende virksomheds-tilmeldingsliste her: Se job og projektopslag fra de fleste af de tilmeldte her på SDU Jobbank: Ca. en måned før eventen opdaterer vi denne side med flere detaljer om de tilmeldte virksomheder:

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14:15 - 15:30

Sådan skriver du en god ansøgning og et godt CV

2 maj

En velskrevet jobansøgning og et skarpt CV er med til at overbevise modtageren om, at netop du skal til jobsamtale. Men hvad bør den gode ansøgning og det målrettede CV indeholde? Det er præcis, hvad dette webinar handler om. Hvad får du? - Dos and don’ts i forhold til hvad dit CV og din ansøgning bør indeholde - Viden om hvad arbejdsgiverne kigger efter i dit materiale - Eksempler på hvad der fungerer godt og mindre godt – og hvordan du fikser det Dagens webinar vil blive afholdt af AKA i samarbejde med karrievejledningen på SDU.

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14:15 - 15:30

Tips and tricks for unsolicited job search

7 maj

Get a piece of the pie and apply unsolicited. When asked, 83 % of Danish employers indicate that it is possible to apply unsolicited to them. Furthermore, 84 % answer, that they also mostly read the unsolicited applications they get. And 63 % of them answer, that they have tried to hire someone who applied unsolicited*. This pattern is repeated in IDA's figures, as a a total of 60% of IDA's newly graduated members get their first job by different ways than the traditional posted job - and unsolicited job search is one of the strategies. During this online workshop you will get specific tools and methods on how you proactively approach the companies by both calling and writing. In short: You’ll learn to take control of your own job search which will increase your motivation. The workshop is hosted by SDU's career counsellors, and the experts sharing their best tips at this online workshop are career advisers from IDA. The format will be a mixture of theory and tools. It is our experience, that the best output of the workshops is, when our participants comment, ask questions and are getting involved. So we hope, that you will do the same. *Ballisager's annual recruitment analysis among Danish companies across industries - 2019 + 2021.

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12:15 - 13:30

Design dit arbejdsliv

8 maj

Går du med tanker om, hvordan dit arbejdsliv skal skrues sammen, når du bliver færdig med studiet? Fx et ønske om et fleksibelt arbejdsliv, blive digital nomade, skabe en portefølgekarriere, hvor du kombinerer forskellige indtægtskilder, arbejde på deltid, blive selvstændig eller noget helt sjette. Der findes mange måder at arbejde på og til dette arrangement får du: Inspiration til forskellige måder at skrue dit arbejdsliv sammen på Indsigt i fordele og ulemper ved de forskellige veje Værktøjer til at afklare dine tanker og tage de første skridt hen imod det arbejdsliv, der matcher dine behov.

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Alsion 2, Sønderborg


13:00 - 15:00

Job search café: How to write a great application and resume

14 maj

A student job in Denmark during your studies can kickstart your career and provide you with much better opportunities to enter the Danish job market successfully once you've completed your education. It teaches you things that books alone cannot and helps you build your network. The impact of part-time jobs is also evident in the statistics: One year after graduation, 20% more people are employed if they've had a part-time job compared to those who haven't. Two years after graduation, those who've had a part-time job earn approximately 2000 DKK more per month than those who haven't. But what constitutes a job relevant to your studies, and how do you find one? In this Career Café, you will receive an introduction to: - A few key points on the Danish Labour Market - How to use LinkedIn to identify the types of part-time jobs (job titles and workplaces) that are relevant to you. - SDU's job bank, including setting up a job alert. - How to use Infomedia for researching potential workplaces, enabling you to write a strong application and perform well in job interviews.

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Fioniavej 34, Odense M


11:15 - 12:15

David Woolner - Franklin Roosevelt, Niels Bohr, and the Atomic Bomb – some unanswered questions about a dying president in his last 100 days

15 maj

On April 12, 1945, a stunned world learned that Franklin D. Roosevelt, the leader who had brought the United States through the two great crises of the twentieth century, was dead. Responding to this shocking development, the Danish physicist, Niels Bohr, expressed the view that it seemed impossible to believe that “the great man, upon whom more than anyone else, the hopes of humanity were centered” was gone. What Bohr and the rest of the public did not realize, of course, was that by the spring of 1945 Franklin Roosevelt was a dying man. What’s more, his sudden disappearance from the world stage at this critical moment meant that leader who had orchestrated the alliance that would go on to defeat the forces of fascism and set the stage for the successful creation of the United Nations would not be there to witness these historic developments. Nor would he be present when his government faced one of the most daunting decisions made in human history—the decision to drop the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Roosevelt’s absence at the dawn of the nuclear age has raised several questions about what might have happened had he lived long enough to witness the successful development of the atomic bomb. Would Roosevelt—whose knowledge of and involvement in the making of the atomic bomb was far more extensive than President Truman’s—have followed the same course of action? Or might FDR have pursued an alternative strategy for ending the war, through negotiation or a demonstration of the atomic bomb’s awesome power. Equally significant, might he have ultimately taken Bohr’s advice and shared the atomic secret with the Russians in such a way as to gain their confidence and perhaps avoid the onset of the nuclear arms race that stood at the heart of the Cold War? As discussed in this presentation, a close examination of FDR’s last 100 days in office offers some interesting clues as to what Roosevelt might have done had he lived long enough to bring the most destructive war in history to an end. About David B. Woolner: David B. Woolner is Professor of History and Kovler Foundation Fellow of Roosevelt Studies at Marist College; Senior Fellow and Resident Historian of the Roosevelt Institute; and Senior Fellow of the Center for Civic Engagement at Bard College. He is the author of The Last 100 Days: FDR at War and at Peace (Basic Books, 2017), is editor/co-editor of five books, and served as historical advisor to the Ken Burns films The Roosevelts: An Intimate History and The US and the Holocaust and for numerous special exhibitions at the FDR Presidential Library and Museum. Dr. Woolner is the recipient of the Fulbright Denmark Distinguished Scholar Award in American Studies at the University of Southern Denmark (2023-2024) and was recently named a Fulbright Specialist for the years 2021-2025 by the US Department of State’s Bureau for Educational and Cultural Affairs. From 2000-2010, Dr. Woolner served as the Roosevelt Institute’s Executive Director, overseeing a significant expansion of the organization’s budget, programmatic dimension and staff. He earned his Ph. D. and M.A. in history from McGill University and a B.A. summa cum laude in English Literature and History from the University of Minnesota. The lecture takes place in the DIAS Auditorium at Fioniavej 34. Everybody is welcome and no registration is needed.

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Campusvej 55, Odense M


15:15 - 16:00


17 maj

Kom og vær med til 2 x 20 min. inspirerende foredrag, mens du nyder en gratis "afslappet after-work" øl med dine medstuderende, kollega eller lærer. Oplægsholderne meldes ud ASAP, men sæt allerede nu kryds i kalenderen!

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Fioniavej 34, Odense M


11:15 - 12:15

Powerful Political Metaphors: How Are They Created?

29 maj

DIAS Discussion: Powerful Political Metaphors: How Are They Created? Introduction: Jeppe Nevers Lecture: Timo Pankakoski Commentator: Aglae Pizzone The event is open for all and takes place in the DIAS seminar room

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Fioniavej 34, Odense M


13:00 - 15:30

Women in transition workshop

12 jun

While the menopause is commonly understood as a ‘hormone deficiency’, numerous studies have shown that the menopause is not solely a biological phenomenon, but is influenced by environmental, social, and cultural factors. Given the variation in menopause experience and its complexity, how to best support women through this transition is a considerable societal challenge. It is our belief that this question can only be tackled through an interdisciplinary approach. The workshop ‘Women in Transition’ seeks to build the groundwork for such interdisciplinary collaboration, drawing insights from the fields of medicine, sociology, communication and literature. The questions driving the workshop is about the role of biological, sociological and cultural factors in the menopausal experience, and how this insight can be used to facilitate the work of medical researchers and practitioners. The workshop will be structured ‘from the macro to the micro’: from large quantitative population studies, through quantitative/qualitative data gathered in organisations, to individual experiences expressed in literary works. Through this structure, the workshop will focus on the synergies between different disciplinary approaches, identifying the ways in which medical, sociological and humanistic approaches can help overcome some of the challenges of the menopause and shed some light on its complexity. 13.00 – 13.45 Welcome A short cultural history of the menopause Consultant Ella Fegitz, PhD Menopause – an unusual aging phenomenon Kaare Christensen, MD, PhD, Professor, Danish Aging Research Center, SDU Introduction to the molecular and cellular biology of Estrogen action on target organs Moustapha Kassem, MD, PhD, Professor, Department of Endocrinology, OUH 13.45 - 14.00 Postmenopausal hormone replacement therapy for health maintenance during aging: Is it possible? Laura K. Kaltoft, MD, Bispebjerg Hospital, Copenhagen Emma G. Christensen, MD, Bispebjerg hospital, Copenhagen 14.00 - 14.15 Menopause and medicine Ellen Løkkegaard, MD, PhD, Professor, Dept. of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Copenhagen University Hospital, Hillerød  14.15 - 14.30 Menopause in General Practice Jens Søndergaard, General Practitioner, Professor, The Research Unit for General Practice, SDU 14.30 - 14.45 Menopause in the Media in Denmark Sasja Krogh, PhD Candidate, Department of Culture and Language, SDU 14.45 - 15.00 The Uses of the Menopause Novel Anne Marie Mai, Professor, Department of Culture and Language, SDU Peter Simonsen, Professor of European Literature, Department of Culture and Language, SDU 15.00 - 15.30 Roundtable discussion: the limitations of monodisciplinary approaches to the menopause and how can interdisciplinarity help overcoming them?  Q&A The workshop is open for all interested participants.

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Sidst opdateret: 10.02.2022