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Bild: Ordförandeklubba från Kanevad.

That weird object? It’s a gavel!

One thing is clear – that weird object in the US is a gavel, manufactured by Kanevad in Gamla Linköping. But how it ended up in St. Louis remains a mystery.

Bild: Rektor Helen Dannetun

Join the vice-chancellor in a strategy dialogue

All co-workers have been invited to participate in the vice-chancellor’s strategy dialogue. What are LiU’s objectives and high-priority areas? How do you view the challenges and opportunities of the future?

New standard printer.

New printers – use the guides to get started

The installation of the new printers from RICOH is now complete. The printers from Konica Minolta will shortly be retrieved. Use available guides in this article to learn the features of the new printers.

Bild: Träföremål.

Weird object in the US

What on earth is this object with a very old version of the LiU logotype? And how did it end up in St. Louis, USA? Is there someone out there who can help solve this mystery, which came in on the LiU facebook page?

Bild: Stillbild från kameran i Key-huset över byggarbetsplatsen.

Watch the student building grow

A camera has now been installed in the Key Building to take regular photographs as Studenthus Valla is built. You can follow progress from a distance by watching the photographs change.

Annika Lindh Falk, studierektor och Mathilda Björk, ämnesföreträdare.

Testing a new quality-assurance model

A new model for quality assurance in higher education will be introduced in Sweden in 2018. The model is being tested in 14 programmes at LiU in a pilot project. One of these is the Occupational Therapy programme.

Bild: Tangentbord med vote-knapp. Foto: Istockphoto

Voting problems solved

The problems with the electronic ballots for the faculty elections are now solved. We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused. Due to these problems, the last day for voting has been extended to 20 October.

George Farrants. Photo: Thor Balkhed.

Nobel laureate taught him electron microscopy

“Good grief – Richard’s been awarded the Nobel Prize.” When the Nobel laureates in chemistry were announced, it turned out that LiU’s translator George Farrants had shared a corridor with one of them, in Cambridge during the 1980s.

Bild: GO-vepor på Universitetsklubben

The end of the tour

Campus Valla was the final stop for Grants Office on Tour, which visited three LiU campuses. Ru Lin Peng from the Department of Management and Engineering was one of the researchers who went along to Universitetsklubben to find out more about funding opportunities.

Bild: Frida Ekman i ALC-rummet i Vallastaden

LiU to test an ALC in Vallastaden

LiU’s work to create the teaching methods and facilities of the future starts in Vallastaden. Teaching staff from LiU will have the opportunity to discover what it’s like to teach in what is known as an “Active Learning Classroom”, or ALC.

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Does it pay to advertise?

Bild: Reklam på Corson

This is the sight that greeted folk on Corson a few weeks ago: a pizza company had blitzed the place with advertising signs in the ground and stuck to the lamp-posts. But is anyone allowed to advertise on campus, however they choose?






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