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Photo: Lars Kruse

2018.09.27 | Staff

A single university-wide WPA in 2019

In the spring of 2019, AU will conduct a workplace assessment (WPA). Unlike in previous years, the upcoming WPA survey will include questions about both the physical and the psychological workplace environment at AU. The questionnaire will also be simplified compared to previous years.

Photo: Lars Kruse

2018.09.25 | Staff

The collaboration platform Office 365 is coming to all employees at AU

In 2018-19, AU will implement Office 365 for all employees. Office 365 will be the future collaboration platform for individuals and groups.

Professor Carsten Obel from the Department of Public Health (left) and Professor Kaj Grønbæk from the Department of Computer Science will be working with public and private sector players on innovative approaches to prevention and treatment in the Danish health service. Photo: Melissa B. Kirkeby Yildirim - AU Foto

2018.09.25 | Public / media, Staff

Project to promote health using data from the patients' smartphones

A new interdisciplinary research project aims at promoting health by analysing up-to-the-minute data, for example from patients' smartphones, and statistical data from the healthcare system. With DKK 20 mill. from Innovation Fund Denmark, two professors, one in public health and one in computer science, will be joining a number of companies,…

[Translate to English:] Foto: Lars Kruse, AU Foto

2018.09.24 | Staff, Public / media

Competitive tendering for research-based public-sector consultancy postponed

Competitive tendering postponed for one year.

2018.09.21 | Staff

It’s time for this year’s staff development dialogues

During September, October and November of 2018, all employees will meet with their managers for the staff development dialogues (SDD) at Aarhus University.

2018.09.21 | Staff

A new international website that lives up to users needs

On Tuesday the 18th, it became easier for potential international students and employees to get an overview of degree programmes, career opportunities and campus life at Aarhus University: AU has just launched a new international website tailored to AU’s international audiences.

Photo: Maria Randima, AU Photo

2018.09.19 | Staff

Profile your research: make your articles freely available

With Open Access, you can raise the profile of your research and you can meet the requirements imposed by many national and international foundations. At the same time you will be complying with the national Open Access policy and Aarhus University's internal Open Access policy.

2018.09.17 | Public / media, News for employees, People, Staff

Evolutionary biologist Tove Hedegaard Jørgensen awarded Prize of Honour for Pedagogics

Associate Professor Tove Hedegaard Jørgensen from the Department of Bioscience and ST Learning Lab has been awarded the The Aarhus University Anniversary Foundation Prize of Honour for Pedagogics in recognition of outstanding and groundbreaking teaching. The award is accompanied by a DKK 100,000 monetary award.

2018.09.17 | Public / media, Staff

Student of IT product development awarded Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II’s Travel Grant

At Aarhus University's annual celebration 2018, Karl-Emil Bilstrup, who is a master's degree student in IT product development, was awarded Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II’s Travel Grant of DKK 25,000. Read more about him and the other three award winners.

2018.09.17 | Public / media, Staff, People

Populations geneticist awarded honorary doctorate at AU

Professor Andrew G. Clark from Cornell University has been awarded an honorary doctorate from Aarhus University for his impressive research work on population genetics and genomics over the last 40 years.

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