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At lunchtime on 7 July, a targeted fraud attempt was sent by email to around 60 recipients at the university, many of them in leading positions. The message claimed to come from Vice-Chancellor Jan-Ingvar Jönsson, but was sent from a Gmail address.
In an email distributed to LiU students on Thursday, Vice-Chancellor Jan-Ingvar Jönsson urges all students to get themselves vaccinated, such that it will be possible to meet on campus for the autumn term.
A return in stages to on-campus teaching and exams is planned for the autumn term.
Vice-Chancellor Jan-Ingvar Jönsson has decided to propose Karin Axelsson as new deputy vice-chancellor to the University Board.
A new collaboration between LiU and Washington State University (WSU) in the US has been awarded SEK 750,000 from the Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education (STINT).
It is now possible to make an appointment for vaccination against Covid-19 at Feelgood. More information about where, when and the booking procedure is available here.
At last it’s time to open the door to the LiU-wide intranet. On 10 June, all co-workers gained access to the parts that are ready so far.
As summer approaches LiU will introduce several changes aimed at facilitating the daily life of students and teachers, for instance a new home page in Lisam as well as a global navigation in Office 365.
Jenny Ahlén has been appointed as director of administration and deputy head of University Services. Her most recent post was as quality assurance and development manager at the Department of Environment and Urban Planning in Linköping Municipality. Jenny returns to LiU where she has previously both studied and worked.
Are you planning to present Linköping University? Updated information and presentation material is now available with the most recent statistics, both in printed form and digitally.
LiU decided on 1 June that pandemic level 2 will be in force at the start of the autumn term 2021. This means that somewhat larger groups can meet physically, and that more teaching and exams can be carried out on campus. It also means, however, that we must continue to keep our distance.
Some parts of LiU’s psychiatry research moved into the newly built Tinnerbäckshuset on the University Hospital Campus in January and February this year. The building, planning for which started in 2013, offers premises particularly suitable for modern and advanced research, and a coffee room with an amazing view.
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Last updated: 2021-06-15