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.
More of everything – from a symphony orchestra to Movits!, several local bands and more festivities than ever.
LiTHe Blås drew resounding applause at the EU Parliament, and was close to winning the Dutch championship in ”Dweilmusik” on their 2014 EUtour.
In the newly-started mentor group LIKES, international and Swedish teaching students gather to discuss and cook.
A year ago she studied political science at LiU. Today she is working with refugee issues at national and international level.
Graduates of the international master’s programmes at LiU said goodbye to their teachers, classmates and their time as students at the Farewell Ceremony on 11 June.
Exploring Kåkenhus Building among the water channels of the basement, a new boule pitch and the locked-up tower on the roof.
Sunday dress rehearsal: 180 people in Kårallen. With his farewell concert Fine on 10 May, Director Musices Hans Lundgren took his last bow after 35 years at LiU.
IDay took place on 25 April at Linköping University. International students showed everyone the beauties of their countries and celebrated cultural diversity.
Easter traditions differ from country to country. All have their own way of celebrating. An exclusive Swedish tradition is birch twigs decorated with coloured feathers.
Last year they took their bicycles and set course for Nepal. The aim was to support a home for vulnerable girls. Now they are back in Sweden (with a little less beard).
Last updated: 2014-08-22