Press and news
Contact people, press and news
Media training is mainly offered to employees with numerous media contacts. If you are interested in such training, please contact Anna Johansson, Press Manager University Management, +46 46 222 70 18, anna [dot] johansson [at] rektor [dot] lu [dot] se
Tool for intelligence work
Lund University has an agreement with Retriever for monitoring both traditional media (in print and digital format, including broadcast media), and social media. If you wish to set up your own monitoring for your activity or subscribe to the University’s general monitoring, please contact Corporate Communications via press [at] kommunikation [dot] lu [dot] se
Contacts with the media
Researchers and other staff at Lund University are often contacted by the media. There are a few things to consider when being interviewed to ensure the best possible outcome.
See advice and tips regarding contacts with the media
Principles for research communication
As a researcher or communications officer, when you are to convey information about research via the media, social media, events or in other public contexts, you should strive to observe the University’s seven principles for good public research communication.
Research news on film
If you are working on a research or innovation press release where video could add to and enhance the release, please contact Lotte Billing (international news) by email lotte [dot] billing [at] kommunikation [dot] lu [dot] se or telephone +46 72 707 45 46 or Johan Nyman (national news), Corporate Communications, by email johan [dot] nyman [at] kommunikation [dot] lu [dot] se or telephone +46 706 95 48 53.
Tips on how to formulate, structure and work with newsletters:
Sending newsletters with information on University activities is part of the University’s external engagement activities. To ensure the sending of newsletters complies with the GDPR, read the information on the page below:
See a list of university-wide newsletters from the University administration on the page below:
Communicate your research
Since 2017, Lund University are members of The Conversation UK, a news site where researchers write about current events. The Conversation is a not-for-profit collaboration between 90 universities in the UK, aiming to add a valuable research perspective to our understanding of news and current affairs. The articles are free for international media to republish under a Creative Commons license.
When you write for The Conversation you:
- Are given editorial support from a science journalist who helps with the entire process, from honing an idea to editing the text
- Get popular science writing tips
- Can access statistics on number of reads, comments, and where the article is republished
For more information please contact Lotte Billing at Corporate Communications: lotte [dot] billing [at] kommunikation [dot] lu [dot] se
The calendar on lu.se
Are you running an event or some other activity which you wish to market, but which is not suitable for a press release? All employees can enter events in the University’s shared calendar, which is visible on the start page of lu.se. All events organised in the name of Lund University which are open to the general public can be entered in the calendar.
The University has a framework agreement with Kantar Sifo for services in media and reputation analysis. Through the framework agreement, Kantar Sifo is directly engaged without the need for any competitive procurement process. The agreement also means that all organisations within LU must engage Kantar Sifo if the service they wish to purchase falls within the agreement. In other cases, direct procurement applies:
The agreement covers the implementation of media and reputation analyses including reports, conclusions and recommendations. Media and reputation analyses are understood as broad analyses regarding the general public. Reputation analyses aimed at specific target groups, such as young people, alumni or researchers, may be procured directly in cases where the nature of the investigation justifies the procedure.
Kantar Sifo sometimes conducts media analyses and reputation analyses separately, but increasingly together, as reputation affects media image and vice versa. Obvious parts of a reputation analysis also include surveys/questions on awareness, knowledge, trust and attitudes to various brands and stakeholders. In addition to this, Kantar Sifo conducts all types of investigations, in Sweden but also internationally, as part of the Kantar group which is the world’s largest market research company.
Please contact lars [dot] uhlin [at] kommunikation [dot] lu [dot] se for more information on the agreement, or Kantar SIFO directly: martin [dot] ahlqvist [at] kantarsifo [dot] com, +46 709 732 520.
The agreement does not cover media monitoring as Lund University has a separate agreement concerning this service with Retriever Sverige AB.
press [at] kommunikation [dot] lu [dot] se
Press Manager, University Management
+46 46 222 70 18
anna [dot] johansson [at] rektor [dot] lu [dot] se
+46 46 222 70 28
ulrika [dot] oredsson [at] kommunikation [dot] lu [dot] se
+46 46 222 70 17
jonas [dot] andersson [at] kommunikation [dot] lu [dot] se
+46 727 07 45 46
lotte [dot] billing [at] kommunikation [dot] lu [dot] se