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The inquiry into LiU’s future education and research programmes (the FUF inquiry) has proposed four areas of focus centred on Norrköping. A report has now been compiled with proposals for new education programmes, new research areas and new academies.
The University Library is now starting up “E-resource of the month” to draw attention to some of its electronic resources. The first e-resource is the database AccessScience.
Interest in the Campus LiU 2015 project after the board’s decision was so great that a different room had to be found. The participants of the meeting got to hear a lot about architecture, finances and schedules.
Don't forget to answer the LiU Co-worker and PhD Student Survey! A high level of participation is required if it is to have true significance.
The Swedish Work Environment Authority is tightening up the requirements for handling chemicals and for work in laboratories and workshops. The new regulations will affect many departments at LiU.
In a couple of weeks staff and PhD students can expect to see an email from the Vice-Chancellor in their inbox. Once again, it will be time to fill in the staff and PhD student survey.
In true mathematical spirit Dean Ulf Nilsson opened Valla Library, now the only library on Campus Valla, with the words “HumSam + TekNat = Sant”.
A new student building, a unified university administration, and collaboration activities in the middle of Campus Valla - this is Linköping University’s new venture. The decision was made by a unanimous University Board today. The new student building will be ready for move-in during September 2018.
On 17 February the Student Questionnaire was sent out. If you meet students as part of your work – please help us promote the survey for a high response rate.
The members of the LiU collaboration committee for the period 2015-2017 have now been appointed. The chairman of the committee will be the Deputy Vice-chancellor for External Relations.
On 1 January there was a change of dean at the Faculty of Educational Sciences. Karin Mårdsjö Blume left after six years and Jörgen Nissen took over.
Last updated: 2015-02-09