Meetings at ST on Campus 2.0

ST will be holding three meetings at which you can learn more about Campus 2.0 and the Faculty's building plans. The meetings are open to all interested students and staff.

2018.09.13 | Christina Troelsen

The framework for physical development at AU over the coming years includes consolidating engineering activities at Katrinebjerg. (Graphics: AART Architects)

On 2 May 2018, the senior management team presented visions for development of the AU campus: Campus 2.0. At the same time, they launched a user- involvement process to encourage students and staff to contribute their input to the master plan for AU’s physical development and thereby take part in refining the visions and ensuring that we provide the best possible framework for teaching, research, student life, etc.  

Over the next few months, ST will be holding three meetings at which you will be able to hear more about the plans for the physical development of ST and discuss ST's overall needs in connection with Campus 2.0. Later there will be local processes to identify the specific needs of staff and students.

Time and place of the meetings:

  • Foulum on 24 September at 10.30 - 12.00 in Auditorium 8814-3075. This meeting is primarily aimed at students and staff at ANIS, AGRO, DCA and FOOD as well as ST Administrative Centre Foulum.
  • Katrinebjerg on 1 October at 11.00 - 12.30 in the Main Hall, Nordre Ringgade 4, 1412-129B. NB: The meeting about Katrinebjerg will be held in the Main Hall, as all lecture theatres at Katrinebjerg are being used for teaching on this day. 
    The meeting is primarily aimed at students and staff at ASE, ENG and CS.

  • Online video meeting in English on 24 October at 16.30 - 18.00. You are also welcome to attend the meeting in person. See more information.

  • University Park on 25 October at 11.45 - 13.15 in the Main Hall, Nordre Ringgade 4, 1412-129B. The meeting is primarily aimed at students and staff at PHYS, GEOS, CHEM, MATH, MBG, BIOS, INANO, FOOD, ANIS, AGRO, DCE as well as ST Administrative Centre Aarhus.

At the meetings, Dean Niels Christian Nielsen will introduce plans for Campus 2.0. and the head of building services at the Faculty, Bent Lorenzen, will present the plan for the Faculty buildings. After this there will be an open discussion of wishes, needs and ideas on how we can create a good study environment, good coherence across the Faculty, and on how we can strengthen cooperation with external partners.

The discussions are part of an overall user-involvement process, and therefore input from meetings will be forwarded to the University management. All staff and students are also very welcome to submit suggestions, wishes and ideas by writing to nycampus@au.dk.

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