New leader at Health Sciences
Johan Dabrosin Söderholm (pictured), professor of surgery, is the new dean of Health Sciences. He replaces Mats Hammar, who departs following six years in office. Other faculties also have appointed new leaders.
Since last summer Ulf Nilsson has been in place as the new dean of the Institute of Technology. He succeeded Helen Dannetun who took over as rector on July 1. Ulf Nilsson is a professor of computer science.
Bo Hellgren continues as the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences for another three years.
Karin Mårdsjö Blume, will continue as the Dean of the Faculty of Educational Sciences for another three years.
Thomas Östholm, associate professor in zoology and Gunnel Colnerud, professor of pedagogy, continues as pro-dean.
Excitement about the future – and a celebration right now. That was the mood at this year’s Farewell Ceremony for Linköping University’s international master’s students.
Sofie Abrahamson, lecturer at the Department of Culture and Communication, has involved herself in the case of Syed Latif, who was deported after getting a job through the wrong channels.
This year’s Commencement Ceremony in the De Geer Hall combined stately ritual with serious partying.
Master’s student Rebecka Le Moine is in India right now to study tigers on behalf of the World Wide Fund for Nature.
Anders Jidesjö, Department of Thematic Studies, is research coordinator for the Kunskapslänken national programme, which has been nominated for a UNESCO-Japan prize for sustainable development.
A lot of takeout and evenings were consumed before this year’s race car was ready for the prestigious track at Silverstone.
iDay 2016 in Colloseum was a worldly experience with food and culture from 15 countries.
2016 Environmental Engineering Profile of the Year. Winner of the 2015 Skapa prize in Östergötland. And winner of the 2016 Nordic Cleantech Open as well as a desirable spot on the list of the 33 hottest new technology companies.
LiU alum Niklas Myhr is known as ‘The Social Media Professor’.
Anna Kaijser, researcher at the Department of Thematic Studies – Environmental Change, brings out the connections between climate and social relations of power.
Last updated: 2016-06-17