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Investment in more support for researchers

Support for researchers is to be more visible and easier to access. This spring, competence development opportunities will be offered in a number of areas on topics such as Academic Communication, keeping tabs on your publications, and presenting your research on the university's website.

Sweta Narayanan Iyer, Doctor of Philosophy in Science in Textile Materials Engineering

Academic Ceremony – see the photos from this year's event

On Friday, the university celebrated its Academic Ceremony with pomp and circumstance – bigger than ever after a two-year break!

View over the Balder building

Translation creates a more attractive higher education institution

Material on disciplinary matters and the Harvard Guide – these were just two of the tips that came in when a review of translation needs at the university was conducted last autumn. This is in an additional effort that is done every four years. Translation work with the goal of ensuring that students and employees have an international and inclusive study and work environment is ongoing year round.

Pieta Eklund in the university's library.

The librarian – a support in the research process

University libraries and librarians can play an increasingly important role in the research process. But supporting researchers is a partly invisible job, which means certain difficulties. This is one of the findings of Pieta Eklund’s doctoral thesis; she is a librarian who newly earned a doctorate in Library and Information Science.

Crime Scene at Sagastigen

New research group with a focus on applied police research

At the Faculty of Police Work, a new research group has been in place for a year with a focus on applied police research. The research group consists of criminologists, lawyers, a historian in intellectual history, as well as police officers; it is already working on exciting research projects.