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Doctors 2019

Friday, 3 May six new doctors will take part in the doctoral degree conferment ceremony. 

The University of Borås is entitled to award doctoral degrees within four areas. To participate in the 2019 ceremony the doctors must have received their doctoral degree during the period 1 March 2018–28 February 2019. The conferment ceremony is not a formal examination act, and it is optional to participate in this ceremony.

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Amanda CurtisAmanda Curtis

Doctor of Philosophy in Textile Management

Doctoral thesis: Redesigning Together: Relearning Roles and the Value of Materials in the Overproduction of Fashion

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Niina HernándezNiina Hernández

Doctor of Philosophy in Textile Material Technology

Doctoral thesis: Does it really fit? Improve, find and evaluate garment fit

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Ulla LindbergUlla Lindberg

Doctor of Philosophy in Resource Recovery – Consumer Behavior in Retail Stores

Doctoral thesis: Exploring barriers to energy efficiency in supermarkets

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Veronica MalmVeronica Malm

Doctor of Philosophy in Textile Material Technology

Doctoral thesis: Functional Textile Coatings Containing Flake-shaped Fillers – Investigations on Selected Optical and Electrical Properties

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Stefanie Malmgren de OliveiraStefanie Malmgren de Oliveira

Doctor of Philosophy in Fine Artsin Design – Fashion Design

Doctoral thesis: Acts of Seeing: Seeing as a methodological tool in fashion design

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Birgitta Wallin

Birgitta Wallin

Doctor of Philosophy in Library and Information Science

Doctoral thesis: Selling and lending e-­books: Changes in the Swedish literary field

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