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Student union buildings open in distance mode

The five student union buildings will remain closed for evening activities throughout January and February. Three of them, however, Ryds Herrgård, Kollektivet and Trappan, are open for study during the day, and a new catering service is starting.

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Increase the status of your education!

Evaluate your course at the Student Portal (link to the Student Portal). You can also find results from previous course evaluations, even courses you did not take yourself.

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LiU to continue working from home until 28 March

In accordance with the extended national restrictions that the government presented on 21 January, LiU continues to encourage its students and co-workers to work from home. The decision from the government is initially valid until 7 February, but LiU has previous made a decision that all unnecessary presence on LiU premises is to be avoided. This decision is now valid until 28 March.

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Programming their future colleague

What can an engineering career involve? First-year master’s students of applied physics and electrical engineering are gaining experience through their first development project – programming the Yumi collaborative robot from ABB.

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App with reminders for new exam rules

It is now always necessary to register in advance to take a written exam in an exam hall. New functions in the LiU app and on the student portal can remind you about this.

Inside LiU News

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Fundamental values: slowly but deeply

It’s taking longer than expected, but we’re going deeper. That’s one way to describe the effect of the corona pandemic on LiU’s work with fundamental values, and the insight that discussions around ethics and values should not be limited to a particular period: they must be held continually, and often.

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Calls and news from VR

Grants and Program Office is organizing an information webinar on calls and news from the Swedish Research Council (VR) for 2021. Welcome to registrate for the webinar on February the 4th.

Working from home - a laptop and a cat looking out of the window.

LiU to continue working from home until 28 March

In accordance with the extended national restrictions that the government presented on 21 January, LiU continues to encourage its students and co-workers to work from home. The decision from the government is initially valid until 7 February, but LiU has previous made a decision that all unnecessary presence on LiU premises is to be avoided. This decision is now valid until 28 March.

Portrait of Maria Brandén. Water from Motala Ström in the background.

Maria Brandén appointed director for IAS

Supportive, committed, and available. Not someone who gets tied up with trivialities. This is how the new director for the Institute for Analytical Sociology (IAS) wants to be. She adds: “I hope and believe I am a good leader.”

A hand holding a smartphone where there is a reminder about an examination in the LiU app.

Preregistration required for exams in an exam hall

Preregistration is now compulsory for students for all exams in an exam hall. For this reason, a reminder function has been added to the LiU app and the student portal. However, compulsory registration on a course will not be introduced yet.


 

 


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