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How to find and share information

Working at Lund University means that you communicate all the time, but also that you are responsible for getting the information you need in order to perform and thrive at work. We’ve put together some useful links and tips – both on how to find information and how to distribute it.

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Keeping track of work-related news and opportunities

Keeping track of essential news from University management and research opportunities is part of your work. Subscribing to various newsletters can be one way of doing this. See to it that you are on your department’s mailing list, and subscribe to relevant newsletters.

Newsletters and calendars

To find out what’s on at Lund University as a whole, you can subscribe to various LU news sources:

Lund University in Social Media

Lund University is on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Youtube and Twitter

A list of the University’s general channels in social media

Research Funding News

Research Funding News provides the latest information about Horizon Europe applications that are to be processed by the Research Board, events and seminars, open calls for proposals, and information about the University’s internal support services for researchers.

Register for the thematic Horizon Europe emails by signing up via Research Services blog

Read more and subscribe to Research Funding News

International opportunities and partnerships

As an employee of Lund University, you have the opportunity to take advantage of the many established networks and partnership agreements between Lund University and universities abroad.

Read more and register for relevant newsletters 

Present your research and find research infrastructure 

There has been much talk of “getting research out there” lately, and for good reason. But we all know that conveying a message to others is easier said than done. Many different activities in research communication are conducted all over the University. 

Read more on how and where to communicate your research

Do you want to share research output? Want to find collaborations within Lund University or current research infrastructure? Look no further: 

LUCRIS - research information system

Lund university’s graphic profile

Lund University has a high reputation both in Sweden and internationally. The highest quality is required to maintain and reinforce this position, not only in what we do but also in how all university employees communicate what we do.

Lund University’s graphic profile is to be used on material, printed and digital, produced on behalf of the University. A consistently used profile helps us to communicate who we are and what our brand stands for. Various templates and tools are gathered on this page to facilitate your work. You will also find the logotype and other graphic elements available for download.

Lund University’s graphic profile

Templates, tools and logotype

Presentation material

Here you will find the University’s general presentation material including Power Point templates. Use and bring to the next conference or network meeting.

University’s general presentation material

Social media guide

Why should you use social media, and how?

Comprehensive support and advice for those who use, or are thinking about using, social media in their work


Contact your line manager or your organisational unit’s HR/staff officer if you have any questions about your employment or your organisational unit’s procedures regarding HR/staff matters.

If you can’t find what you are looking for on the web page…

Access the most-searched university-wide HR information or ask the HR Division a question.