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A creative marathon for a better world

An exciting challenge and a good way of making contacts. And a chance to demonstrate your skills for future employers. So you see – there are several important reasons to enter the ECIU Creathon, 13-14 November.

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How to manage Stress with Mindfulness

Mindfulness training can help you reduce your stress and increase the ability to focus. Help you learn more about yourself and the way you react to different situations in your life and how you could choose to respond more calmly and creatively.In this workshop The Student Health will introduce you to the basic idea of mindfulness and to a few practical mindful exercises.

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Counselling at the Student Health digitally and on campus

From October 18 you can choose whether you want your counselling using remote methods (video call) or on site on one of our three campuses in a meeting room. Decide which meeting format you prefer.

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What changed on 29 September?

Well – at last it’s arrived. Today, many of the restrictions introduced during the corona pandemic have been lifted, and the recommendation that we work from home has been withdrawn. But what actually happens now? What will the autumn be like?

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Eased restrictions for exam halls at LiU

Starting 29 September, it will be possible to fill exam halls at LiU to the capacity they had before the pandemic. This means that more students will be able to take exams at the same time, and that more exams can take place on site in university premises.

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Reminder: Have your say on the work environment

Remember to respond to the work environment survey. On 4 October you received an email with a link to the survey. The deadline for responses is 15 October.

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In focus: return to campus

During October, we will undergo a considered and gradual return to physical presence at the workplace and on campus.We have gathered information that may be useful during the process of returning to on-site working.

Classroom filled with students.

What changed on 29 September?

Well – at last it’s arrived. Today, many of the restrictions introduced during the corona pandemic have been lifted, and the recommendation that we work from home has been withdrawn. But what actually happens now? What will the autumn be like?

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The autumn salary review

The salary review for 2021 is getting under way. We discussed the process with Therése Wimarken from the Negotiation Office, Human Resources Division.

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The work environment – make your voice heard

Keep your eyes open for an email from the vice-chancellor, coming to you in a couple of weeks. It concerns a questionnaire about the work environment that LiU will shortly carry out.


 

 


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