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Concert at Kalas 2019

Press briefing sets spotlight on student parties

The spread of infection of Covid-19 is increasing, and we are seeing outbreaks of infection in several towns with significant student populations, often linked to student parties. The government press briefing on Friday afternoon was for this reason directed to the more than 400,000 students in Sweden.

career support

New career support programme heading for success

Thirty-one lucky students were chosen to participate in LiU:s International Office new career support programme that started at Campus Valla in September.

Students sitting on chairs, just showing their legs. Illustrating a course at the Student Health.

Student Health supports students

Consultations and courses are two of the main activities for Student Health at LiU. The personnel meet around 1,200 students each year, approximately five percent of the total.

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Keep your Zoom client updated

As of version 5.3.0 of Zoom it’s possible for the host to allow participants themselves to select the breakout room they want to enter, instead of being assigned to a room by the host.

One of the self-driving buses.

Help the self-driving buses

Please help the self-driving buses to pass safely through Campus Valla! The bus breaks harshly if you walk or cycle too close and there is a risk that passengers on board may fall or otherwise be injured.

Inside LiU News

Johan Nyhammar

Salary review, autumn 2020

The corona pandemic has led to the parties to the Agreement on Industrial Development and Wage Formation, which sets the benchmark for salary increases in Sweden, deciding to postpone negotiations about salary. This decision affects the salary review at LiU.

Concert at Kalas 2019

Press briefing sets spotlight on student parties

The spread of infection of Covid-19 is increasing, and we are seeing outbreaks of infection in several towns with significant student populations, often linked to student parties. The government press briefing on Friday afternoon was for this reason directed to the more than 400,000 students in Sweden.

Illsutration of an online meeting.

Breakout rooms now available in Teams

Break a meeting up into smaller groups, discuss and reconvene.

Office desks prepared for computors

Zenit: Moving in

The refurbishment of Zenit to a building for collaboration is now complete and the International Affairs and Collaborations Division (IFSA), with its five units and around 70 co-workers, has moved in.

Veronika Domova posts her thesis

Nailed it!

Three doctoral students have so far taken the opportunity offered by the library to give a talk about their thesis as part of the posting event. The library hopes that the idea will catch on.


 

 


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