The NTNU GenderHub collects university-wide resources to do with the study of gender. It is run by The Centre for Gender and Feminist Studies in The Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture (KULT), and extends an interdisciplinary network across the university. Anyone from any discipline interested in working on gender, diversity, sexuality, and equality, as well as in broader fields like responsible research and innovation (RRI) and qualitative research, are welcome in the network. You can find relevant people, connections and links on the NTNU GenderHub website. Join our mailing list to keep up to date on events and networking opportunities. Events are published on our Facebook page.
Gender is an important thematic element in the European Union's policy on Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) in the Horizon 2020 program. We work actively to integrate gender equality at NTNU. More information on RRI at NTNU.
RESEARCH OF INTEREST
Want to research gender?
Begin by looking at some existing projects of interest at NTNU:
NTNU BALANSE - Making Gender Balance from Below
Biopolitics and reproduction (research field at KULT)
Welfare technology (research field at KULT)
Buying and Selling (Gender) Equality: Feminized Migration and Gender Equality in Contemporary Norway
Interested in doing a PhD with us?
Check out the PhD programme in Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture
COURSES FOR STUDENTS
Want to study gender?
Here are links to the BA and MA programmes offered by the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture, NTNU, where you can study gender, ethnicity, diversity, gender equality, and sexuality:
One-year BA-level programme in Equality and Diversity (more information on the Norwegian website: årsstudium i Likestilling og mangfold)
GENDER EQUALITY AT NTNU
Looking for resources?
If you are working on gender equality in the organization, there are several resources available for you:
NTNU Gender Equality Adviser
NTNU's BALANSE project Making gender balance from below: stimulating gender equality among university professors (PI Vivian Annette Lagesen, co-PI Siri Øyslebø Sørensen)