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LU News 4 | 2022

In this issue you can read the vice-chancellor's post: Ukraine’s cause is ours – freedom and democracy are fragile. Per Mickwitz writes about progress in the work to identify the University’s profile areas.

You can also read about how the salary review process is going, the new campus development office and the annual report for 2021, showing that the University has performed well despite the pandemic and continues to grow.

    On the University Management’s agenda

    Erik Renström. Foto: Charlotte Carlberg-Bärg.

    Erik Renström, Vice-Chancellor

    "People are now gathering around the world to show their solidarity with Ukraine. Economic sanctions have been introduced against Russia that will also affect us. At Lund University we are trying to support Ukrainian students and teaching staff members as much as possible in this crisis."

    Ukraine’s cause is ours – freedom and democracy are fragile

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

    Per Mickwitz, Pro Vice-Chancellor

    "We received 26 pre-notifications. Based on the preliminary titles, the 26 proposed profile areas that are being developed cover the breadth of the university very well."

    26 pre-notifications for profile areas received