New evidence about the bone strengthening effects of different forms of exercise from archaeological perspective
Medical research has confirmed it, and now archaeologists have as well: forms of exercise that involve shaking and vibrations are the best for strengthening bones. The archaeological research carried out at the University of Oulu also found that exercise involving repeated vibrations combined with a larger muscle cross-sectional area is the most effective for strengthening bones.
Eudaimonia Prize for an outstanding multidisciplinary doctoral thesis in human sciences - Call for nominations
Eudaimonia Prize for an outstanding multidisciplinary doctoral thesis in human sciences.
University of Oulu allocated doctoral training positions to emerging research themes – within the context of the four strategic focus institutes Biocenter Oulu, Eudaimonia, Infotech and Kvantum.
It is only a few decades since many Finns became war refugees; there are still people among us whose past is marked by forced displacement and migration. What are their stories like? How did these people integrate into a new community and the society, and how long did it take?
Sexual harassment between children is widespread. The information comes from a study conducted by the University of Oulu, which examined sexual harassment that took place in peer relationships between children and the possibilities of dealing with the issue with children through creative methods.
How does co-operation with others work when face-to-face interaction is moved to the virtual world and physical presence replaced with an avatar playing field that opens up through virtual reality headsets? The University of Oulu is interested in exploring virtual reality in technology and in human sciences.
The University of Oulu obtained a membership in the European Alliance for Social Sciences and Humanities
The University of Oulu obtained a membership in the European Alliance for Social Science and Humanities (EASSH).
Eudaimonia Institute published a call for new research projects for four years’ term starting from the beginning of January 2018.
Thursday 16.2. 12-2pm (HU110)
Torstaina 29.9. klo 13-15 (Leaf-tila, 2. kerros, humanistinen tdk.)
Preliminary information on the doctoral training courses organized in the Faculty of Education. Details in the attached document (in Finnish).
Open Call (13.4.-21.8.2015) for doctoral student positions at the University of Oulu, including 9 four-year positions in the Human Sciences Doctoral Programme.
Lecture series: World War I – perspectives of different human sciences on its causes and consequences
Eudaimonia is a cross-disciplinary human sciences research center established in 2013.
Weekly ’agorasessions” for researchers – every Thursday 15.15-18 (the new Leaf-research facility): the views and visions of RAE2013-research communities on human sciences research and research career
Come and discuss about human sciences research and its future. Live music and food and drink will boost discussions!
Human Sciences Doctoral Programme (EUDA-DP) r
Call for applicants for ten (10) four-year doctoral student positions and five (5) two-year positions in the fields of humanities, education, business, and human geo
The next call for applications will be open 12th August, 2013.
Professor Matti Lehtihalmes has been appointed as Scientific Director of the Eudaimonia Research Center. He will act as a chair person of the Eudaimonia’s management group.