Pages for employees at Linköping University. Here you can find useful information for your daily work at LiU.
Blue Square, Blå torget, in B Building, will be closed as of May 23. When the autumn term starts, the area will be renovated and packed with more study carrels and a new student kitchen.
Ida Åberg is a PhD student in Political Science and is researching urban agriculture. But how does it work in practice? In the inner courtyard of A Building, she is now constructing an urban garden where anyone who wants to join, can.
When the two student kitchens in D Building were closed in connection with the reconstruction, the lines for the microwave ovens in Key Building became unendurably long. But now there’s a solution: a mobile microcart.
Some 25 asylum seekers jumped at the invitation to a café and academic meeting on Campus Norrköping. Two teachers at the Department of Social and Welfare Studies (ISV) were behind the invitation. They’ve already planned several more.
Welcome to this year's LIU World Cup - the football tournament for everyone at LIU. The tournament takes place 22nd of May at Ryd. You sign up your team during lunchtime 4th of May in Colosseum or 9th of May in Cellskapet. More info at Facebook.
On Campus Valla, Gröna linjen – the Green Line – is a food waste collection effort that has been around for several years. As of May 2, an attempt at the same thing is being introduced in Täppan Building on Campus Norrköping.
Information material about LiU with figures from the latest annual report is now available: a brochure and a basic PowerPoint presentation. The material exists both in Swedish and English.
Last autumn, Anna Lindström and Monica Lopez of the Department of Culture and Communication each began wondering what they could do for newly-arrived refugees in LiU’s name. Now they’ve received 30,000 SEK to implement their idea.
The internal LiU “Climate Workshop” network thinks that LiU should direct its funds away from investments in fossil fuel energy. And LiU is open to discussion on ‘divestment’.
In her editorial, Vice-Chancellor Helen Dannetun writes about study visits at universities in South Africa and Botswana. Challenges are great, but interest in collaboration strong.
Campus Bus – unique faithful servant
For twelve years, the Campus Bus has run between Norrköping and Linköping – 2.5 million trips – and has become something of an institution. Despite the fact that so many students depend on the system, there is nothing like it among Swedish universities.
Last updated: 2016-02-22