Background and activities
About Marianne Sjøholtstrand
Field / work area:
Events for public outreach
Project manager / coordinator for some of NTNU's largest events for public outreach: Researchers' Night - and Forskningstorget Trondheim. The projects include contributions from the breadth of NTNU's activities, and the aim of the events is to create good dissemination arenas and meeting places for researchers and target groups - including children and young people.
Coordinator for NTNU Kveld, where the goal is to contribute to the public debate in the form of research-based lectures on socially relevant topics and engaging meetings between researchers and the public.
Represents the NTNU University Museum in the development project “Namskogan NaturLab”. A long-term project to create interest and understanding of science and innovation among children and young people, as well as increased regional presence. The project is in collaboration with Namsskogan Family Park and the Trondheim Science Center.
Represents the NTNU University Museum in the Campus Development Project, which will, among other things, prepare and summarize overall and general quality principles for the development of NTNU's indoor and outdoor buildings with regard to art and science communication.