Pages for employees at Linköping University. Here you can find useful information for your daily work at LiU.
The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences invites all researchers at LiU to an information meeting concerning the important new EU legislation (General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR) that comes into force in 2018.
LiU has three main channels for spreading information online. But how are they related to each other, and how should they be used? The Website Management Office explains.
This autumn, LiU will introduce a new course evaluation system to replace the previous one, KURT. A competition is being held by the student unions to find a name for the new system.
LiU’s web-based course in equal opportunities (“Lika Villkor” in Swedish) will open on 1 February. The issue of equal rights and opportunities for all is more important than ever, not least against the background of the #MeToo movement.
Register your account number again! Linköping University is changing the bank that manages salary payments. With effect from April 2018, employees will receive their salary from Swedbank.
Nominations for the "Best Scientific Paper Award" are now open. You can nomination your fellow PhD colleagues or even your own, recent publications during the past calendar year 2017. Nominate a manuscript not later than Februari 15th.
The new opening hours for switchboard and reception (Campus Valla, B building, entrance 27) is 8 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. from February 5th.
Are you looking for a highly ranked journal to publish in, and achieve a higher citation frequency? Linköping University Library can help, and offers many other types of assistance at all stages of the research process.
Professional photographers will be available on several dates in 2018 to take portraits. The first occasions will be 1 and 2 February. Subsequent occasions will be the first Thursday of the month in Linköping and the first Friday of the month in Norrköping.
On 29 January the vice-chancellor will get the first strategy dialogue under way. This new initiative invites everyone at LiU to participate in a dialogue to discuss openly the university’s future and the most important questions that we face together.
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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Last updated: Tue Dec 05 19:07:45 CET 2017