News archive

  • 11 million SEK to Jönköping University for research on sustainable casting production

    A new research project at Jönköping University receives over 11 MSEK from the Swedish Knowledge Foundation. The project is called LeanCast and involves four Swedish companies: Scania CV, Volvo Group Technology, SKF Mekan och SinterCast.
  • Putting macroeconomic theory to the test

    In a new PhD thesis from Jönköping International Business School Olivier Habimana presents novel ways to examine some of the puzzles in macroeconomics.
  • Opening hours during the summer

    Several of the operations on campus have irregular opening hours during the summer. 
  • Marie Öhman new dean at School of Education and Communication

    Marie Öhman, Associate Professor in literature, has been appointed new dean of the School of Education and Communication. She will start on November 1, 2018.
  • All-time high!

    Jönköping University gets a 51.4% increase in external funding in education .
  • Preparing for the worst -
    is Sweden ready? 

    Sweden has the resources it needs to face global threats and complex emergencies, but it needs to plan for them efficiently. In a new thesis from Jönköping International Business School, Elvira Kaneberg argues that one way to keep Sweden safe and secure is to develop an all-hazards approach for integrating vital supply chains and to manage society readiness to cope with new and changed threats.
  • Where and when do corporate leaders make a difference?

    Daniel Pittino’s research looks at people at the top of their profession and the effect they have on the actions of the organisation they lead. His associate professorship lecture on 21 May looked more closely at the contextual factors that contribute to this.
  • Researcher at JU co-creator of new digital language for buildings

    The recently developed language is called RealEstateCore and is created specifically for communication with and between buildings.
  • "It's been a challenge, but worth it in the end"

    On 8th June, Constantin Gully-Valdenaire and Léa Claude will add another degree to their growing list of impressive qualifications. They are part of a group of French students who are the first to complete a new double degree programme at Jönköping International Business School.
  • New Me&JU out now!

    The latest issue of Me&JU takes a walk on the wild side...