Pages for employees at Linköping University. Here you can find useful information for your daily work at LiU.
Take great caution at events with lots of participants, and take measures designed to reduce the spread of infection – these are the principles Linköping University (LiU) will adopt when new provisions related to the coronavirus pandemic come into force on 1 December.
Get into the Christmas spirit together with a Linköping University choir. Here are the details of Christmas concerts and Lucia celebrations for 2021.
Anyone at LiU who has not changed their password for the LiU account since 1 May 2019 will be required to choose a new password during the autumn of 2021/spring of 2022.
Junior Faculty LiU invites you to attend the Career Day event on November 25th at Vallfarten, Campus Valla.
7 of 10 feel positive about coming to work, 8 of 10 find their job interesting and stimulating, and 8 of 10 have a manager who listens to their points of view. Those who replied to the work environment questionnaire deserve a big ‘Thank you’.
On the 26th of November, Grants and Program Offices (GPO) invite you to a grant writing webinar with Europa Media, providing the necessary knowledge on how to write competitive proposals for the European Framework Programme Horizon Europe.
Do you want to increase the response rate for your course evaluation? A QR code can now be used to give students direct access to open questionnaires in Evaliuate.
The return to campus means that meeting rooms are being used more frequently, often with food supplied by a catering service. To keep the meeting rooms clean and tidy, there are some things that must be remembered.
Are you applying for a starting or project grant from the Swedish Research Council in 2022? LiU Grants and Program Offices (GPO) invites you to a webinar with useful information and advice on how to prepare your application.
Region Östergötland will offer a new opportunity for vaccination against Covid-19 on campus, Tuesday 9 November.
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: 2021-10-21