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LU News 3 | 2021

In this issue you can read about Ann-Kristin Wallengren who looks forward to an exciting autumn with lot of activities opening up again. Jimmie Kristensson writes about future leadership. Kristina Eneroth high-lights LU-holding and the possibility to transform ideas into companies. Susanne Kristensson talks about lessons learned from the conference about changes in ways of working.

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


    Erik Renström, Vice-Chancellor

    ERik Renström. Foto: Kennet Ruona.

    "As we live in a globalised era, major and complex issues cannot be resolved other than through international collaboration. The pandemic and climate change are clear examples, showing that we all share the same planet and a need for solutions to problems."

    Obstacles to internationalisation need to be removed


    Ann-Kristin Wallengren, Pro Vice-Chancellor

    Photo: Ann-Kristin Wallengren. Photograph: Kennet Ruona.

    "I am very pleased to announce that the centres are now fully open again, and offer fantastic programmes that include exhibitions, concerts, lectures, writers’ evenings, music festivals and conversations about science."

    LU’s Cultural and Public Centres (LUKOM) are fully open


    Jimmie Kristensson, Pro Vice-Chancellor

    Jimmie Kristensson. Foto: Kennet Ruona.

    "This autumn I will be immersed in leadership for the future, leaders already have good opportunities for professional development."

    Developing leadership for the future


    Kristina Eneroth, Pro Vice-Chancellor

    Kristina Eneroth. Photo: Kennet Ruona.

    "LU Holding focuses on supporting researchers/teaching staff and students who have ideas that can be transformed into companies."

    Converting research results into companies – do you know about LU Holding?


    Susanne Kristensson, University Director

    Photo: Susanne Kristensson. Photograph: Kennet Ruona.

    "I have participated in a very interesting conference arranged by the Association of Swedish Higher Education Institutions (SUHF) on the theme of administration quality – changes in ways of working."

    The future workplace – lessons learned from the conference

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