Teaching sabbatical for Uppsala University teachers
Mats Målqvist and Ylva Söderfeldt from Uppsala University are going on teaching sabbaticals in the USA in the autumn.
Mats Målqvist, teacher at the Department of Women's and Children's Health, and Ylva Söderfeldt, teacher at the Department of History of Science and Ideas, have received scholarships from the STINT Teaching Sabbatical program to teach at universities in the US during the fall term of 2020.
"The program aims to develop both individuals and institutions. By providing researchers and teachers who are passionate about teaching issues with international experience based on the teaching role, rather than in the research role, STINT wants to contribute to higher education being renewed and new networks created." (from Stint.se).
Mats Målqvist will teach at Williams College in Massachusetts during the fall, and Ylva Söderfeldt will go to University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Both participated together with the other 12 fellows from other universities in Sweden at a first meeting at STINT on 5 February.