A great deal of exciting research is being done at Karlstad University, and we would like to tell you about it. If you are 8-12 years old, you can find out about cool research at the university.
It is the 12th year in a row that we arrange Children’s University, where you get to meet researchers who give inspiring presentations on specific topic areas. Six new sessions have been scheduled for Mondays this autumn. The first occasion is Monday 7 October 2019.
New setup this year!
Children’s University will be scheduled for two sessions per day. For the first session, at 13:00, schools are welcome to send classes to Children’s University. For that session, registration is required:email@example.com.
School groups can go directly to Aula Magna for the event. It is a good idea to arrive approximately 15 minutes before the session begins. It is possible to book a free bus ride to get there.
The second session of Children’s University is scheduled for afternoons at 15:00, with assembly outside Aula Magna from 14:15. All children between 8 and 12 years of age are welcome and no registration is required.
Children are welcome to bring a parent or other family member.
For groups upwards of 10 people, registration is required at least one week in advance: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please find the programme to the right on this page. The following topics will be treated:
7 October, "I want my own moon", Susanne Walan.
14 October, ”The forest is full of leaves!” Erik Bohlin and Maria Edberg.
21 October, "Can cold weather give you a cold?" Patrik Holm.
4 November, "Why look at the way others look at things?" Poja Shams.
11 November, "Around the world in a few clicks", Nina Christenson, Hans Olof Gottfridsson, and Tomas Torbjörnsson.
18 November, "All that glitters is not gold", Anna Smedja Bäcklund and Sara Wahlberg.