News archive

  • "It was a dark and stormy night"


    Halloween-smyckade pumpor Why are we fascinated by horror stories? How has it changed throughout history? Has the pandemic affected how we view horror? Together with Mattias Fyhr, associate professor and horror researcher at the University of Education and Communication, Jönköping University, we dive into the multifaceted world of horror.
  • Vera Day is organized to increase girls’ interest in technology


    On 26 October, the School of Engineering will organize Vera Day online. On 26 October, the School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University will organize Vera Day online. The target group is primarily young technology-interested high school girls in Jönköping County and the purpose of the day is to increase their interest in technology professions. The webinar is free of charge and the registration is open until 25 October.
  • Digital health care consultations – a learning process with many perspectives


    Symbol där en telefon och en dator kopplas ihop av ett ritat hjärta Digital contact with healthcare officials are at present offered by both privately owned and public care providers and can be given through video calls, chats, apps and more. But have we come as far as we thought? Is digital care the new normal or a passing trend? And what does research say about digital meetings between patients and medical professionals? Felicia Gabrielsson Järhult at the School of Health and Welfare, Jönköping University, together with colleagues Sofia Kjellström and Kristina Areskoug Josefsson, has published new research on the subject.
  • Royal visit at Jönköping University


    Kungapartet promenerar tillsammans med rektor Agneta Marell Their Majesties the King and Queen of Sweden visited Jönköping University (JU) on Thursday, 15 October. The royal couple met President Agneta Marell together with students, teachers, researchers, and Student Health Care representatives, whom, from different perspectives, talked about how the pandemic has affected studies, teaching and research at JU.
  • Successful Sustainability Festival at JU


    Vegan food evening at Kvarteret Ödlan in Jönköping during Jönköping University Sustainability Festival. From 27 September to 1 October, the Jönköping University Sustainability Festival was organized.The program included among other things everyday lunch webinars on sustainability and several physical events.
  • Funding windfall for Jönköping University's research


    Exteriörbild på campus i Jönköping där personer med cyklar syns i förgrunden och flera av högskolans byggnader syns i bakgrunden. Researchers at Jönköping University (JU) have received just over SEK 25 million in grants for several research projects from the Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (Forte).
  • Photos and film from the Academic Ceremony


    On Saturday 25 September, Jönköping University's Academic Ceremony was held with the inauguration of full professors and the conferment of PhDs at the culture hall, Spira.
  • September lights became a popular festivity


    Ljuseventet Septemberljus i Hovrättsparken. The September lights event, which was organised during the evening of 25 September at Öster in central Jönköping, became a popular festivity and was well visited. The event is co-organised with Jönköping Municipality, and this year, students from “Kulturskolan” also performed.
  • The AI day puts Jönköping on the AI map


    Picture of the lecturers during the AI ​​Day. On 30 September, the School of Engineering at Jönköping University and Science Park will organize the AI ​​Day to show that Jönköping is an important place for AI in Sweden. The target group for the event is companies in the Jönköping region. The livestream of the AI Day is free and open to everyone - register no later than 29 September.
  • They became Alumni of the Year 2021


    Andreas Torén, Career Center, Qiuyang Xu, Göran Sigblad och Mats Jackson. On Wednesday 22 September, the ceremony was held where five former students from Jönköping University (JU) were praised for their contribution for JU. Mats Jackson, Executive Vice President at JU, presented the prizes to the five alumni, one from each school, and from Jönköping University Enterprise. After the award ceremony, a panel discussion was held with the prize winners.