Tagged: college

Community-supported education

A short list of scholarships offered in the Norwegian-American community Grieg Lodge in Portland, Ore. Grieg Lodge Scholarship Fund will award up to 15 scholarships of $2,000 each this year. These may be used...

Steady increase in number of students

Preliminary figures indicate that 6 100 more students were registered at Norwegian universities and colleges in 2010 compared with the previous year. The number of male students has increased the most, but female students are...

NTNU researcher wins Editor's Choice Award

How much carbon does your country emit – and where does it come from? An NTNU researcher has an answer. NTNU Professor Edgar Hertwich and colleague Glen Peters created a website to answer precisely...

Norwegian Student Blog won European Competition

The BI blog ‘Komma’ has won the best ‘Group Blog 2010’ Award. The prize was awarded at the Social Media Awards 2010 event, which recognises the best European PR student and research blogs. The...

Norway – the best country in the world

Yes, Norway is a great place in which to live – but don’t trust us, the Norwegians, hear what the United Nations has to say! Norway is the best place in the world to...

Norway Campuses Reject Coca-Cola

Contract Not Renewed, Ethical Concerns Raised in Decision In another major victory for the international campaign against Coca-Cola, colleges and universities in Norway have decided not to renew the exclusive contract with Coca-Cola. Students...

A closer look at Augustana College

Providing an education of enduring worth that challenges the intellect, fosters integrity, and integrates faither with learning and service in a diverse world By Christy Olsen Field Norwegian American Weekly As one of the...