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FirstSTEP: First Summer school on Theories in Environmental Psychology

STEEP – The second Summer school on Theories in Environmental and Economic Psychology

To our great pleasure, we have learned that a new summer school will be organized in from 2 - 6 July 2012 in Aarhus, Denmark. More info can be found here:

http://www.asb.dk/steep/

The first summer school on Theories in Environmental Psychology (FirstSTEP) was held from the 13th till the 17th of July 2009, and was a great succes. Keynote lectures can be viewed here.

Reuven Sussman wrote a nice article about his experiences as a participant in the summer school.

Welcome to our website!

The aim of the summer school is to provide PhD students in environmental psychology the opportunity to receive instructions and supervision from senior environmental psychologists, and to meet and discuss their work with fellow participants.

The summer school will focus on writing research proposals that address sustainability issues, which will be presented by the event sponsors or knowledge partners. These research proposals will be presented to and discussed with fellow participants and event sponsors in a final plenary session.

The summer school will provide a unique chance to work with junior and senior environmental psychologists from around the world.

For more information, please browse through this website. If you have any further questions, please mail us at step2009@rug.nl.

Environmental research at the University of Groningen

Energy is one of the two main theme’s for societal and innovative research at the University of Groningen. At this moment, some 300 reserarchers work in the field of energy and sustainability.

The Energy Delta Research Centre (EDReC) of the University of Groningen unites all energy related research. The EDReC research mission is the transition to sustainable energy production and energy consumption. The cooperation of various disciplines in both natural and social sciences creates an opportunity for research programmes covering the entire energy chain. The EDReC network in both the private and the public sector connects the research capacity to the practice and policy of actual and future energy issues.

Laatst gewijzigd:20 februari 2013 20:54