News archive

  • Lighting design students arrange ”Septemberljus”

    On September 29th the event “Septemberljus” [September-lights] takes place for the fourth year running. It is an initiative where students from the Lighting design program make temporary light installations around central Jönköping.
  • Self-management for progressive pulmonary disease

    Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is increasing in the world and not least in China. When Lan Wang defended her thesis on tis subject, she proposed a health-promoting self-management program as an important way to fight the disease.
  • French Ambassador visits Jönköping University

    To celebrate their 90th anniversary, the Alliance Française invited the French ambassador in Stockholm, to visit Jönköping on Friday 21st September. Part of his visit was spent at Jönköping University.
  • Newly-appointed professor brings fresh perspectives on Leadership Development

    To improve healthcare work, and working conditions for healthcare professionals, you need good leaders. Sofia Kjellström, a newly-appointed professor at the School of Health and Welfare, has been looking at how leaders develop and what kind of support they need to improve further.
  • Pre-school and elementary school at JU

    At the School of Education and Communication, opportunities are being explored for JU to start and run a pre-school and elementary school. The proposal is expected to be completed in autumn 2018.
  • Jönköping University is seeking an executive vice president

    Welcome to a inspiring academic leadership opportunity at Jönköping University. We offer you an opportunity to be part of an exciting and challenging journey; to continue to build an international university with highly qualified scholars – making way for knowledge-based innovation and enterprise.
  • Information about the fire in student accommodation at Råslätt

    A crisis organisation has been activated at Jönköping University in response to the fire in a student apartment at Råslätt during the early hours of Thursday morning.