LU News 5 | 2021
In this issue, you can read about Lena’s participation in EUGLOH and what is on the member countries’ agenda regarding education matters. Kristina Eneroth took part in a LERU conference and discussed how higher education institutions can support innovations.
You can also read about the quality assurance approval for our courses and study programmes by the Swedish Higher Education Authority (UKÄ) and that salary negotiations have resumed.
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
Lena Eskilsson, Deputy Vice-Chancellor
“The challenges we need to continue working on in education are mobility between higher education institutions, lifelong learning and how we can intertwine research and education.”
Kristina Eneroth, Pro Vice-Chancellor
“The EU is now focusing efforts on innovation work – and it is also important for LU to pick up the pace!”
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This is an internal newsletter intended for all staff at Lund University. It is published in English and Swedish, is distributed every two weeks via email.
LU News features university-wide news and the University Management contributes on matters they would like to highlight.
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