Meet teaching staff who have engaged in commissioned education
Johan Bergström is programme manager for the Master's programme "Human Factors and Systems Safety" and is passionate about the exchange he has with the professional participants. "The knowledge I gain is just as extensive as the knowledge I convey.”
Jan Astermark’s research focuses on haemophilia and how treatment can be optimised for haemophilia patients. Having the opportunity via commissioned education to pass on the latest research findings to other regions of the world is something he finds very rewarding. “I get the opportunity to expand my outlook”.
Andreas Mattsson has taught in several international commissioned education programmes, served as a mentor, and is currently planning commissioned education in journalism.
Johanna Karlsson's profound interest in Swedish as a foreign language and second language naturally led to her commitment in the planning and execution of the course Nyanländas lärande (Learning for newcomers).
Per Wickenberg has been involved in the creation of the Work Environment College at LU as well as a children’s rights programme with the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), where he has also served as a mentor for twelve years.
Annamaria taught the course Labour Laws for Union Representatives which was developed in collaboration with the Swedish Municipal Workers’ Union.
Lars teaches a course on nanotechnology within food production, packaging and safety, and thereby contributes to reinforcing the competitiveness of Swedish businesses internationally.