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LU News 15 | 2022

In this issue, Lena Eskilsson writes about how the Education Board and the Research Board are working to become more intertwined. Per Mickwitz also explores the University’s approach to open science and why it is important.

Published: 21 September 2022.

    On the University Management’s agenda

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

    Lena Eskilsson, Deputy Vice-Chancellor

    "If we get better at intertwining, we can develop teaching and enrich research, while at the same time making the work of the boards even more rewarding!"

    Research and education should be more intertwined

    Photo: Per Mickwitz. Photographer: Charlotte Carlberg-Bärg.

    Per Mickwitz, Pro Vice-Chancellor

    "Open science is key to the credibility and quality of research, but it also provides researchers with new opportunities."

    The University needs to take a holistic approach to open science

    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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