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Realistic images of working life can reduce student stress

Increasing numbers of students are stressed and worried about their studies and working life. At a workshop on the mental health of students, stakeholders discussed strategies and solutions.

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Refurbishment of Herrgårn reaches half-way

The construction workers who started the refurbishment of Ryds Herrgård in the middle of October have uncovered several surprises. Fifty years of student life have left their mark on the building.

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Engineers right on target - the story about CDIO

In the late 20th century there is an increasing gap between what is taught in engineering programmes and the requirements faced by graduates. It’s time to modernise engineering studies, and MIT, a top-ranked American university, joins forces with Linköping University, Chalmers and KTH to do exactly that.

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Open seminar: Brexit – Effects on the Labour Market and Free Movement

Welcome to the open seminar on Brexit to get these, and other, questions answered.
Keynote speaker: British Ambassador to Sweden, HE David Cairns, Guest speaker:
Professor Emeritus Charles Woolfson.
When: 13 February 10:15–11:30
Where: Building C, Rm C4, Campus Valla
(Link is to registration for the seminar)

Herrgårn renovated

It was a sheep farm and farming commune before it became the first student union in Linköping. After 50 years in the service of students, Ryds Herrgård is undergoing a thorough renovation to regain its glory from former days.

Inside LiU News

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Automatic screen lock to be introduced

When a screen lock is in force, you must specify your password or code to log in again when the unit has been standing idle. Using a screen lock is an effective way to maintain high digital security at the university.

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Seminar on Open Access

What is Plan S and how does it affect LiU? Johanna Nählinder, research support coordinator at the University Library, will provide information about the ongoing work in open access publishing, in a seminar on 14 February.

Part of the VFN flyer

Convert results into benefit

Universities have a responsibility to disseminate the research results that they produce, but resources for this are sometimes limited. LiU is opening a new call for applications in the VFN programme, which offers financing for the dissemination of research.

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Brexit effects

Welcome to an open seminar on Brexit effects on the labour market and free movement on 13 February. Register now!

Construction workers at Herrgårn

Refurbishment of Herrgårn reaches half-way

The construction workers who started the refurbishment of Ryds Herrgård in the middle of October have uncovered several surprises. Fifty years of student life have left their mark on the building.


 

 


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