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Nominate candidates for the Lund University Administrative Prize 2016

Students, teaching staff and other employees at Lund University are invited to nominate candidates for the Lund University Administrative Prize in 2016.

With the award, the University management wants to recognise excellence in the administration within the entire University.

The Lund University Administrative Prize is awarded annually to employees of Lund University for excellent administrative work of an innovative nature that has contributed to the University’s development, or for extraordinary service and efficiency. Each year the Vice-Chancellor decides on one or two recipients of the award. The award, which is presented during the University’s annual celebration in January, is SEK 15 000, to be used by the recipients for their own continuing professional development, and a diploma.

Nominations for candidates must be submitted via email to carina [dot] wickberg [at] rektor [dot] lu [dot] se by 19 November 2015 at the latest and, in addition to the nomination, is to include a justification of no more than one page, as well as your own name and contact information.

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