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People

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Eivind Engebretsen

Executive Chairman

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Trine Kleven

Administrative Manager

Work Package Leaders

  • Jarle Breivik, Work Package 1: Development of SDG related education content and approaches
  • Eivind Engebretsen and Elin Olaug Rosvold, Work Package 2: Programme Development & Adaptation, including new master programme in medical education
  • Dan Banik, Work Package 3: Educational Material Development in sustainable healthcare education
  • Per Grøttum, Work Package 4: Digital Solution Development
  • Erlend T. Aasheim, Work Package 4: Digital Solution Development
  • Siri Hundstad Quamme, Work Package 5: Promote student engagement for education for sustainable development
  • Kristin M. Heggen, Work Package 6: Research & development education for sustainable development
  • Nina Køpke Vøllestad, Work Package 7: Communication, knowledge transfer & networking
  • Kristin M. Heggen, Work Package 8: Leadership SHE

Researchers

Students

  • Martin Aagaard, Medicine
  • Ritika Sharma, Medicine
  • Mathilde Røed Jørgensen, Health Management and Health Economics
  • Siri Hundstad Quamme, Clinical Nutrition
  • Ida Maria Martinsson
  • Ingrid Aarsland, SHE
  • Jorunn Marie Myhre, SHE

Center Management Board

  • Eivind Engebretsen, Vice-Dean for Postgraduate studies (executive chairman)
  • Elin O. Rosvold, Pro-Dean for Medical Studies
  • Unn-Hilde Grasmo-Wendler, Director of the Medical Faculty
  • Bjørn Stensaker, Director of Link
  • Anders Malthe-Sørenssen, Director of Center for Computing in Science Education
  • Jarle Breivik, Professor and WP-leader
  • Knut Lundin, Professor at Institute of Clinical Medicine
  • Magnus Løberg, Associate Professor at Institute of Health and Society
  • Oline Marie Sæther, student
  • Ayna Mousavi, student

Norwegian Agency for International Cooperation and Quality Enhancement in Higher Education is a board observer. The Director of SHE acts as secretary to the board.

International Advisory Board

  • Ole Petter Ottersen, Professor and the Vice-Chancellor at Karolinska Instituttet, Sweden. Ottersen is the chair of IAB.
  • Helen Clark, former Prime Minister of New Zealand and former UN Development Program (UNDP) Administrator.
  • Trish Greenhalgh, Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences, Oxford University, United Kingdom.
  • Jonathan Grant, Professor of Public Policy, King´s College of London.