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  • JU-research aims to reduce the spread of the covid-19 pandemic


    Anders Arvidsson, som jobbar på Tekniska Högskolan i Jönköping. Vinnova contributes SEK 995,000 to the research project Crowd Mapper at the School of Engineering (JTH), Jönköping University (JU).Crowd Mapper aims to reduce the spread of the covid-19 pandemic and is developed in collaboration with the Jönköping company ROL Ergo.
  • Success for JU Sustainability Festival


    JU Sustainability Network och SSA på Jönköping University. This year Jönköping University Sustainability Festival (JUSF) was held digitally due to the coronavirus pandemic, but that did not stop it being a great success.- We did it again, says Guénola Nonet, chairperson of the JU Sustainability Network.
  • A unique education introduces new profession in Sweden


    Närbild på sportskor vid en gångväg Pedorthist (in Swedish: Fotortist) is a brand new vocational education starting this spring at Jönköping University. The education is conducted as a distance programme and introduces Pedorthist as a professional role in Sweden.
  • New master's degree in computer science at JU


    A new master's degree programme in computer science at the School of Engineering will start next autumn, 2021. Jönköping University is increasing its educational offering and will start a new master's degree programme in computer science at the School of Engineering next autumn, 2021.
  • Sustainability Festival at Jönköping University


    Jönköping University Sustainability Festival 5-7 October On 5-9 October, Jönköping University Sustainability Festival: “Partnership for our future” is organized. The event is mainly digital, but also offers physical tours of several urban farming locations in Jönköping.All seminars and presentations will be in English.
  • JU research centre forms new European network


    CeFEO at Jönköping International Business School is co-founder of a new network of the top family business research centres in Europe. The EuFBC (European Family Business Research Centre Network) was launched this autumn, creating a common platform for presenting and debating state-of-the art research on family business.
  • JTH students light up Slottsparken in Huskvarna


    Sptember Light in Slottsparken in Huskvarna. 26 September in the evening, Lighting design students at the School of Engineering, Jönköping University, and Jönköping Municipality will light up the Castle park (Slottsparken) in Huskvarna. The event is called September Light (Septemberljus), and i is free, open for everyone and corona-adapted.
  • Jönköping University participates in Climate Week


    Klimatveckan i Jönköpings län. On 16–23 September, Climate Week will be held in the Jönköping region. During the week, Jönköping University (JU) organizes the webinar "Conversations that benefit society", in which President Agneta Marell and researcher Ulli Samuelsson will participate.
  • Suicide prevention day at Jönköping University


    Cards with different word associated with mental health with the message break the ice, dare to ask and dare to help. On 8 September, a Suicide Prevention Day was arranged for the second time at Jönköping University. The day, which was organised by Karl Hedman, Assistant professor at the Department of Social Work, was this year held both on site, at the School of Health and Welfare, and via Zoom.
  • JU Student Union arranges Kick Off for new students


    Jönköping Student Union plans to organize kick-off activities for new students in the space of three weeks, tentatively between 31 August and 18 September. The activities are carefully planned and will follow the recommendations and guidelines from the Public Health Agency of Sweden.
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