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5 Researcher projects and 4 Young Research Talent projects granted

FINNUT has granted approx. NOK 83 million for new Researcher projects and new Young Research Talent projects.

The FINNUT calls for proposals were for up to 60 million NOK for Researcher projects and up to 22 million NOK for Young Research Talent projects. The deadline was 9 September 2015. Both calls covered all four thematic priority areas in the programme plan.

A total of 79 proposals were submitted: 62 proposals for Researcher projects and 17 proposals for Young Research Talent projects. 

FINNUT has granted the following 5 Researcher projects:

  • 254721 - Valuing the past, sustaining the future: Education, knowledge and identity across three generations in coastal communities
    Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Anne Trine Kjørholt
  • 254761 - Digitalised Dialogues Across the Curriculum: design-based interventions for developing 21st century skills
    University of Oslo, Ingvill Rasmussen
  • 254982 - Supporting shy students: A national study of teaching practices
    University of Oslo, Geir Nyborg
  • 255246 - Embracing Heterogeneity in International Surveys: Optimal Test Design and Parameter Estimation
    Centre for Educational Measurement (CEMO), Leslie Rutkowski
  • 255444 - RUR-ED Spatial inequalities and spatial justice in education
    UIT Norwegian Arctic University, Unn-Doris Karlsen Bæck

4 Young Research Talent projects have been granted:

  • 254744 - Educational assessments of the 21st century: Measuring and understanding students' adaptability in complex problem solving situations
    Centre for Educational Measurement (CEMO), Ronny Scherer
  • 254974 - Children's Information-Seeking: Its Development and Impacts on Learning
    The Norwegian Center for Child Behavioral Development (Atferdssenteret), Imac Maria Zambrana
  • 254978 - Tracing learning outcomes across policy and practice
    Buskerud and Vestfold Univerity College, Tine S. Prøitz
  • 255129 - FUTURE LEARNING: Orchestrating 21st Century Learning Ecosystems using Analytics
    Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Michail Giannakos

All applicants that receive a pledge for funding will be required to revise the proposals.

The applicants will receive notice and feedback on the proposals in January.


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