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A new LiU Card will be introduced on 1 August that lacks visible personal information. The card follows the LiU graphic profile but lacks visible personal data, since the information is stored in digital form. It is not necessary to exchange existing LiU cards for new ones.
The university management will gain a new deputy vice-chancellor on 15 August. On that date, Per-Olof Brehmer takes over responsibility for research.
LiU will celebrate the opening of Studenthuset with a full festival week, starting on 30 August and ending with the Kalas event at Campus Valla on 5 September. The programme for an unforgettable week has now been published.
The important job of building new organisational structures at LiU is under way in our three new departments, HMV, BKV and IKOS, which start operations on 1 January 2020. The work includes various areas within the HR field, which Director of Human Resources Pia Rundgren is coordinating.
The aim of CENIIT is to support research concerning the use of information technology in industrial products and processes, and to give funding to younger researchers in order to encourage the formation of new research groups.
Östgöta Kök has been awarded the contract to operate the restaurant in the new Studenthuset. Just in time for the start of the autumn term, Fresh Market by Östgöta Kök will open its doors, offering a menu in which vegetarian food occupies pride of place.
LiU has been the location of NärCon Sommar with its many thousands of visitors since 2011. This year this Cosplay convention will again take over Campus Valla, 25-28 July.
LiU has finally opened its new webstore for merchandise and gift items. The store is open both to private individuals for personal use and to co-workers for in-service use. The range of goods is new, and further products will be added in the future.
The names of the new departments, until now known as X, Y and Z, have been decided. The new acronymns are HMV, BKV and IKOS.
The Walk the Talk exhibition has been in place since 2012. It has recently been updated and extended with new stations, and May saw an event to re-inaugurate it, including a guided tour of three of them.
Plan S is an initiative from several major research-funding bodies in Europe that want to ensure that all publicly financed research is freely available. But what does Plan S really involve? Research support coordinator Johanna Nählinder explains...
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Last updated: 2019-05-17