Kalužskiy pereulok 3 (kart)
191015 St. Petersburg
Onsdag den 6. april holder den norske forfatteren Hanne Ørstavik en forelesning på Det norske universitetssenter. Møtet finner sted i Den store konferansesalen fra kl. 11:00 til kl. 12:00.
Hanne Ørstavik er en berømt norsk forfatter. Hun har skrevet over ti romaner og vunnet flere litterære priser. Hun debuterte med romanen Hakk i 1994, og en av de mest kjente bøkene hennes er romanen Kjærlighet, som utgjør en del av Ørstaviks trilogi om kompliserte familierelasjoner.
Hanne Ørstavik er nå på en liten Russlandsturne, som blir arrangert av norskavdelingene ved universitetene i Moskva, Petersburg og Arkhangelsk ved støtte av NORLA. Norges generalkonsulat i Sankt-Petersburg støtter Ørstaviks opphold i Petersburg. Ellen Solstad har bidratt til å arrangere møtet på Det norske universitetssenter.
5.4.-18.05.2016 tar 4 studenter fra Universitetet i Bergen russiskkurs på 200-nivå.
On April 1, Jennifer Grünewald, a post-graduate student of the Albert-Ludwigs University of Freiburg (Germany), visited the Norwegian Centre. Her project includes analyses of the multiple identity in Scandinavian literature and its interpretation in Germany. The Norwegian University Centre provided her with consultations and professional contacts among such partners as the St. Petersburg State University and the National Research University – Higher School of Economics.
March 15-20 – a visit of Maria Øderud Danielsen, Higher Executive Officer of the Department of Literature, Area Studies and European Languages, to the Norwegian Centre in St. Petersburg; the aim of the visit is the development of the cooperation in educational programs for students of the UiO, shaping a report in practical issues. During the visit Maria Øderud Danielsen discussed various aspects of the topic with the staff of the Norwegian Centre and personnel of the International Department of the European University (according the direct agreement of cooperation between the EU and the UiO).
Fredag 18. mars ble det omvisning i Museet for Russlands politiske historie for mastergradsstudenter.
February 29: Board Leader Arne Bugge Amundsen holds a working meeting with Eugene Genelt-Yanovsky, Project Coordinator, and Yulia Danilova from the Baltic Fund for Nature, who coordinate the educational program Naturewatcher Baltic; the topic of their discussion is connected with perspectives of the joint activity for the sake of the development of biological and ecological researches.
Fredag 26. februar arrangeres byomvisning for mastergradsstudenter, 10 deltakere.
Torsdag den 25. februar holder førsteamanuensis Terje Knutsen forelesningen Politikk i dagens Russland.
22.02 - 20.05: Mastergradskurs i russisk politikk: Russian Foreign and Security Policy. Political Development in Contemporary Russia.
10 deltakere fra UiO. Undervisningen begynte 23. februar, se bilde.
February 5 – Tamara Lönngren, Director of the Norwegian Centre in St. Petersburg , makes a report “‘Ask you […] not to be angry on my questions’: from the history of Russian-Norwegian scientific and cultural contacts” at the Translators’ Seminar in the memory of L. Gorlina in the Residence of the Embassy of the Kingdom of Norway in Moscow.
February 02 – Tamara Lönngren, Director of the Norwegian Centre in St. Petersburg, Coordinator of Educational programs, holds a working meeting with Vyacheslav Mosolov, Project Manager of the Institute of International Relations, Herzen State Teachers Training University (St. Petersburg), to discuss matters of preparation of agreement between the Norwegian University Centre and the Herzen University.
January 28 – A visit of a group of Norwegian teachers and students of the Oslo and Akerhus University College of Applied Sciences and representatives of the Herzen State Teachers-Training University (St. Petersburg) – presentation of the Norwegian Centre by Tamara Lönngren, Director of the Norwegian Centre in St. Petersburg.
January 26: A working meeting of Tamara Lönngren, Director of the Norwegian Centre in St. Petersburg, with Sergey Krechetov, Executive Director of the Ultimate Business Consulting, on the matters of further cooperation in the field of educational programs.
January 26 – A working meeting of Tamara Lönngren, Director of the Norwegian Centre in St. Petersburg , with Prof Elena Frolova, the Mechnikov North-Western State Medical University, in the frames of preparation the Annual Spring School on geriatrics, planned for April 11-16, 2016.
January 21 – A working meeting of Tamara Lönngren, Director of the Norwegian Centre in St. Petersburg, in the frames of the work on the project Arctic Studies NHPIa 2013/10050 of the UiT – Arctic University of Norway, with three participants of the same project, researches of the Institute of Linguistic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (St. Petersburg), specialists in northern languages: Maria Pupynina, Ph D in Philology; Arzhaana Siuriun, Ph D in Philology; Sophia Oskolskaya.
January 21 – A working meeting with Tamara Lönngren, Director of the Norwegian Centre in St. Petersburg, Niels Christian Hervig, Manager of the Financial Section of the Humanitarian Faculty of the UiO, and Galina Loginova, senior executive officer of the same section. They discussed the financial report of the Norwegian Centre for 2015 and some issues of the budget for 2016.
Meeting at DNUSP with the cooperation project CPRU-2015/10015 «Enhancement of quality of higher music education. Developing artistic individuality».
The project is organized by Det kunstfaglige fakultet at UiT Norges arktiske universitet. Curator of the project – Andrey Osadchuk from the Conservatoire of Tromsø. There are nine participants from Tromsø, St. Petersburg, and Petrozavodsk.
Pga. jule- og nyttårsferie i Norge og Russland, har Senteret følgende åpningstider rundt jul og nyttår:
14.-24. desember: 10.00-17.00 (russisk tid).
25. desember - 10. januar: Senteret stengt.
11.-31. januar: 10.00-17.00 (russisk tid).
Den 10. desember inviterer Det norske universitetssenter i St. Petersburg studenter, kollegaer og venner på julegløgg.
On November 25, the First Secretary of the Embassy of Canada in the RF Manuel Mulas visited the Representative office of the UiO in St. Petersburg. He is responsible for the issues of the international cooperation in the Arctic sphere and came to the city to attend the III International Arctic Legal Forum ‘Preservation and Sustainable Development of Arctic: Legal Aspects’ organized by the Legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg on November 26-27, 2015. During his visit to the Norwegian Centre, Mr. Manuel Mulas had two meetings with Russian specialists in the same sphere of research: Prof. Alexander A. Sergunin from the High School of Economics, St.Petersburg, and Dmitry S. Tulupov from the St. Petersburg State University.
November 18: Representatives of the SIU, Herdis Kolle (Senior Adviser of the Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education) and Susan Johansen (Adviser of the Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education) , visited the DNUSP in the frames of the program of organization of signing Norwegian students at summer schools in Russia, at the leading universities.
16. november har studentene en fottur, i løpet av denne turen skal de besøke stedene som er beskrevet i Dostoevskijs bøker.
10. november går studentene i teatret som heter Det store dukketeatret (originalnavnet er «Большой театр кукол») for å se en forestilling etter Pusjkins fortellinger. Forestillingen heter "Покаяние и прощение" eller "Ruelse og forlatelse".
On November 6, a group of 20 Norwegian medical specialists from the University of Tromsø – the Arctic University of Norway visited the Norwegian University Centre. They came to St. Petersburg in the frames of a program on hygiene and public health care.