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LU News 14 | 2022

Published 7 September 2022.

In this issue, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Lena Eskilsson talks about the Disciplinary Board’s work to shorten processing times for disciplinary cases and how they hope to reduce the number of reports in the future.

You can also read about the new salary review, the new call for applications for “Interdisciplinary projects focusing on Agenda 2030 and sustainable development” and the installation of 24 electric charging points.

    On the University Management’s agenda

    Photo: Lena Eskilsson. Photographer: Charlotte Carlberg-Bärg.

    Lena Eskilsson,
    Deputy Vice-Chancellor

    "However, it now seems that we are finally catching up and can shorten the time it takes to process cases, as well as waiting times for reported students."

    More effective management and prevention of disciplinary cases

    The University Management in front of the University Building.

    Current updates from University Management

    The university building photographed from the ground.

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