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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. Foto: Charlotte Carloberg-Bärg.

    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

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

    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

    The University Management in front of the University Building.

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