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Lars H. Andersen is acting dean at Science and Technology. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Photo

2019.06.28 | Staff

Summer greetings from the Dean 2019

Dean Lars H. Andersen wishes all staff and students a wonderful summer and briefly reports on the status of the division of the faculty and the further process.

An important part of the Student Advisers Summit was to exchange experience and debate the role of the student adviser across ST's 10 student adviser associations. Photo: Christian Haaber Rasch
Two weeks before the summit, more than 40 of the faculty's leading student advisors gathered at a workshop, and together they produced a list of the top-ten most important skills any student adviser should have. The top-ten was presented by two leading student advisers at the summit. Photo: Christian Haaber Rasch

2019.06.21 | Staff

Student advisers act as hosts

"I’ll just go out in the kitchen and stir in the gravy." A sentence like this doesn’t usually have much to do with starting at Aarhus University, but it does now. As part of an initiative across all four faculties, student advisers from ST have been to a Student Advisers Summit, at which they were helped to think and act as hosts.

[Translate to English:] AU's bestyrelse har på bestyrelsesmødet 7. juni godkendt forslaget om deling af ST.  Foto: Lars Kruse, AU Foto

2019.06.14 | Staff

Decision on the division of ST

On 7 June, the AU Board approved the division of Science and Technology along disciplinary lines. Read here the email from rector Brian Bech Nielsen to all staff at ST.

Graphic: Colourbox

2019.06.11 | Staff

Phishing email in circulation: Never reveal your password

On Friday 7 June, a number of employees received a phishing email from the email address ‘IThelpdesk@au.dk’ trying to persuade the recipient into revealing their password. If you think an email may be a phishing attempt, please contact your local IT support team or the information security department.

2019.06.03 | Staff

Internal phishing campaign to minimise the risk of fraud against AU staff

Phishing email messages are an ever-increasing problem, and they can be very convincing. AU’s information security team has decided to make an extra effort to generate awareness of phishing mails and help employees learn how to detect them.

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