LU News 8 | 2022
In this issue, Per Mickwitz tells us that eleven profile area applications will be summoned for an in-depth interview. Jimmie Kristensson talks about a new event to discuss the threat to academic freedom in Ukraine and how we can offer support.
On the University Management’s agenda
Jimmie Kristensson, Pro Vice-Chancellor
"At Lund University, we strive to safeguard academic freedom on a global level. This is why, on 2 May, the Council for Ethics and Academic Freedom and Scholars at Risk are inviting staff, students and the general public to a seminar on the situation for scholars and academic freedom in Ukraine."
Academic freedom under attack in Ukraine - 2 May
Per Mickwitz, Pro Vice-Chancellor
"The notifications of interest contained many exciting ideas for new and unique research, external engagement and education. The notifications of interest also showed clearly how many world-leading research teams there are at Lund University."
First selection for profile areas completed with 11 applications to be summoned for interview
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