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Looking for social events with your fellow AU researchers?

The PhD and Postdoc Activity Group is a cross-faculty organisation at Aarhus University (AU) that organizes monthly events for PhD students and postdocs in Aarhus. Their monthly events can be anything from daytrips to Djurs Sommerland, to ice skating, bowling and wine tasting. All events are held in English and normally free of cost.

2019.04.06 | Maia Høyer Monod

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The PhD and Postdoc Activity Group is always looking for new members, and researchers from all AU faculties are therefore encouraged to join the group.

So if you

  • would like to meet some of your fellow researchers at AU,
  • enjoy a hobby or passion that you think your fellow PhD students and postdocs share,
  • are longing to contribute to the social environment at AU,
  • want to expand your social network while having fun,
  • are willing to devote some of your free time,

and most important of all, if you are enthusiastic about creating an amazing PhD or postdoc life - JOIN THE GROUP!

Not only can you harvest great experience from working with your fellow researchers, but you may also gain new friends, networks, and other views and understandings of the PhD and postdoc life across the university.

The groups is also looking for new board members who are interested in volunteering for a 6-month term on the board and help improve the researcher environment at AU. Board members are officially elected at the semi-annual General Assembly at the beginning of each semester, but in the meantime, you are always welcome to attend their upcoming events.

The monthly events are all held in English and normally free of cost.  

To learn more, check out the PhD and Postdoc Activity Group webpage.

You are also more than welcome to subscribe to the PhD and Postdoc Activity Group newsletter in order to follow upcoming events or to contact the group by email (phdgroup.au@gmail.com) in case you have any questions or doubts.

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