LU News 1 | 2022
In this issue, Viktor Öwall discusses the importance of the University now reviewing its information security and addressing any shortcomings. Lena Eskilsson writes about continuing collaboration with EUGLOH, while Jimmie Kristensson tells us about a recently approved gender equality and equal opportunities plan. Susanne Kristensson announces that the University has now acquired two new units, one for e-infrastructure and one for teaching support.
This is an internal newsletter intended for all staff at Lund University. The newsletter, published in English and Swedish, is distributed every two weeks via email. It features university-wide news and the University Management contributes on matters they would like to highlight.
On the University Management’s agenda
"LU intends to extend and broaden its commitment to the European university initiative EUGLOH. Work on writing an application for continued European university collaboration beyond 2022 started just before Christmas."
"I guess you can say that it goes up and down, but I would say that IT security is a question that worries me. We must act fast and start by analysing the current situation."
"In early December, the University’s new plan for gender equality and equal opportunities was approved. It extends over a six-year period and is based on the University’s strategic plan."
"There are now two new units in place within the central administration. Since 1 January, the University has two new organisational units: one for e-infrastructure and one for teaching support."
Morning talk about the Science Village
Morning talk at the Science Village office: scope proposals for LU’s establishment in Science Village (in Swedish)
Wednesday February 16th.
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