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Lund University’s Administrative Prize 2019

Sara Virkelyst, project manager at the Planning office of the Office of the Vice-Chancellor, and Johan Lind, finance officer at the Department Office of Clinical Sciences, are awarded the Lund University’s Administrative Prize 2019. Sara Virkelyst och Johan Lind will each receive SEK 15 000 for their own professional development.

From the nominations:

Johan Lind’s function of specialist and expertise in the international project area, legal knowledge and deep organisational understanding of both Lund University and Region Skåne have proven to be a significant support to those researchers running projects with financing from both national and international sources.  Johan Lind’s strategic vision, proactivity and experienced ability to quickly find constructive and pragmatic solutions to project challenges are also invaluable skills for the research groups in the organisation. 

Johan Lind

Sara Virkelyst’s ability to navigate in chaos and consistently find potential ways forward has played a central role in a number of important issues and procedures. Her constant optimism, perseverance and ability to interpret and adapt to different situations and people, as well as her ability to build networks, have been crucial factors to successfully pursue different issues. Furthermore, Sara is always willing to go in and lend support in different procedures when needed. 

Sara Virkelyst

Lund University’s Administrative Prize is annually awarded for outstanding and innovative administrative work that contributes to the University’s development, or for extraordinary service and efficiency. The prize will be presented during the University’s annual ceremony on 26 January 2019. 

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