BIO309 students have spent the week at Espegrend looking for marine flora in all shapes and sizes.
Foto: Tone Ulvatn og Hilde Dybevik
Concentrated bunch at this week’s strategy seminar!
Foto: Magnus Svendsen Nerheim
Biological career day was held on Thursday this week. Rumors say that both students and presenters were very happy with the outcome!
Photo: Ine Moksnes
Launch ROV SS Vandvik. New teaching vessel for biology teaching! @sfubioceed #framifrå @VVandvik
Foto: Oddfrid Førland
Color coordinated leadership at the Administration’s Easter lunch! 3 times yellow wishes you a happy Easter!
Photo: Synnøve Myhre
This year’s Easter tip from UNIS, dress to impress (the conditions)
Photo: Oddfrid Førland
On Thursday’s ceremony of Olav Thon Foundation’s awards for 2016, BIO got three prizes! Karin Pittman and Christian Jørgensen were each awarded their national prize (500.000 NOK) for excellent teaching, while Anne Gro Vea Salvanes was awarded 1.2 mill NOK as support for the national teaching related research project “Ecosystem, climate and variation in a mini-ocean ecocyctem: A Western Norwegian fjord”. It is the second time Olav Thon Foundation hands out prizes and support for excellent research and teaching within sciences.
Photo and text: Anders Goksøyr, Photo: Katja Enberg
.@UiB is proud Thon awards for teaching excellence to Prof. Karin Pittman and 1.am Christian Jørgensen! Hooray!
Congratulations Prof Anne Gro Salvanes @UiB for Thon funds for study of student active biology teaching in the west Norwegian fjord!
Photo and text: Oddrun Samdal @ Twitter (translated by BIO-info editors)
From STIM‘s annual trip to Kvamsskogen, “Backlit students on skis”
Photo: Magnus Svendsen Nerheim
The winner of bioCEEDs photocontest #learningbiology was announced last week! The 1st place winner was Ine Moksness! Read more about the competition and see the rest of the submissions here.
Photo: Ine Moksness