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After 20 years, the flimsy plank in the library used to post doctoral theses at Campus Norrköping has become too small. The task to create a better solution ended up on the desk of Mats Nåbo, teacher of design at the Department of Management and Engineering. His posting door is now ready to be taken into use.
With effect from 1 January 2017, a service known as “digital resources” at IT@LiU will take over the services provided by AV-service. This will lead to some changes when contacting us to obtain help with audio and visual services.
LiU has signed a new framework agreement for travel agency services. With effect from 1 February 2017, LiU will be working with Via Egencia Sweden AB, becoming in this way one of its largest customers.
Watch out for emails that spread malicious software, known as ransomware. Especially now around Christmas when many people expect deliveries.
The LiU Environmental Prize this year has been awarded to a project, not a person. Three representatives for the Återbruket project received a diploma and the SEK 5,000 prize money.
Send a Christmas greeting from LiU. Click here to download digital Xmas cards in Swedish or English.
The new Raindance system will be used for purchasing from January 2017. This means that Friday 30 December 2016 is the final day on which orders can be placed using the current system, LiU-Inköp/Proceedo.
Grilled, pasta, slow food, sushi or wraps – a wide range will be on offer from foodtrucks from 28 November in the area known as “Blå havet” on Campus Valla.
The award for Leader of the Year 2016 was presented as custom demands on Leadership Day at the university. This year’s winner is Gisela Eckert, deputy head of department and head of division at the Department of Behavioural Sciences and Learning. The citation describes Gisela as structured, careful and committed.
The award for entrepreneurial teacher of the year for 2016 has been awarded to two recipients: Charlotte Norrman and Magnus Klofsten. The jury’s citation recognises the winners as two committed people who for many years have spread a culture of entrepreneurship at LiU.
The oldest document in the LiU archive is a songbook from 1848. It contains also a film with famous comedian Tage Danielsson’s last performance. Fredrik Johansson guides us round the nearly empty shelves of the archive.
Last updated: Fri Nov 25 16:16:16 CET 2016