2018

News from the Senior Management Team contains information about current activities and discussions for all members of staff at the University of Aarhus. It is published every week – apart from holidays and public holidays. On this page, you can see the newsletters distributed in 2017. 

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16 (23.05.2018)

Praise for student volunteers • Rector: Good, healthy work environment crucial for employees • University leaders concerned about changes to business support system • AU part of new MIT collaboration • New site presents research into business and society • More medical students for Aarhus University • Strengthen your network with new interdisciplinary meetings at AIAS • Take control of your personal data with an e-learning course • Calendar 

15 (08.05.2018)

Central Aarhus campus to be expanded • AU strengthens independent legal aid for students • Annual Regatta 2018: I feel gooood ... • Huge interest in new course on entrepreneurship as a career path • Pro-rector Eika: Flexibility in the educational system must not compromise quality • New funding for non-targeted research at AU • Welcome to new ministers • Calendar 

14 (02.02.2018)

General meeting on 2 May about AU’s campus development • Day of festivities with ice-cold marshmallows • Pro-rector: After the Bachelor’s degree comes the Master’s degree • DKK 120 million from the Lundbeck Foundation for research into mental disorders • Internationalisation improves health research and education • Rector: My time was nothing to brag about – but the great atmosphere certainly was • Collective agreement negotiations 2018: Settlement on collective agreements in place • Calendar 

13 (24.04.2018)

Invitation to a general meeting about the plans for AU's physical development • Tribute to the role of science in society • Academic Council at forefront of freedom of research study • The rector warns against discontinuation of regionally established growth fora • Latest news on OK18 • AU researcher receives DKK 18 million from ERC to fight viruses • Don't forget the Festival of Research this week • Calendar 

12 (17.04.2018)

Positive result for 2017 will strengthen the university’s strategic development • The ministry has approved four new degree programmes at Aarhus University • Finance Committee moves hearing from Christiansborg to the Main Hall • Inspiration Group on philosophy takes mid-term status • Applying for funds from the Aarhus University Research Foundation for international recruitment • Dean warns of consequences of new tax agreement • Calendar 

11 (06.04.2018)

New case competition: Students pitch sustainable ideas to Arla • Information meeting on application to Danish National Research Foundation • AU programme ready for Festival of Research • Register for the Holst-Knudsen Award ceremony • Folketing Finance Committee to hold public consultation at the Main Hall • New chief legal counsel at Aarhus University • Calendar 

10 (26.03.2018)

Latest news on OK18 • Major interest in AU's technological degree programmes • Groundbreaking for AU Food in Skejby • Millions for development of digital business models • Occupational health and safety organisation in place • Niels Haldrup appointed manager of Department of Economics and Business Economics • ERC inspiration day at AU • PhD study: See an overview of the main conclusions • Calendar 

9 (20.03.2018)

Latest news on OK18 • Increase in second-round applications to Aarhus University • 37 recommendations for better university degree programmes • New projects to address the gender bias challenge • Rector: Political interference erodes confidence in our research • HRH the Crown Prince to inaugurate new centre at Aarhus BSS • More learning, better learning with EDU IT • Dean: We must not be afraid of making mistakes • Registration for 2018 DHL Relay Race now open • Calendar 

8 (15.03.2018)

All lockout notices are now listed on AU’s FAQ page on OK18 • Pro-rector: High level required at university • Six subject areas in QS top 50 • New administrative centre manager at Health • Quality survey: Ministry of Higher Education appoints expert panel • Welfare up for debate at MatchPoints – early bird tickets still available • Calendar  

7 (02.03.2018)

7 AU researchers receive Elite Research Prize honours • Stricter rules on personal data use • Find information on potential strike action at AU • Institutional accreditation: AU applies again • Final registration deadline for Edu-IT kick-off • New model for appointment of external board members submitted for consultation • Semper Ardens grant for research into disruption and globalisation • Young people flock to Aarhus to choose degree programmes • Calendar 

6 (23.02.2018)

Rector: Tax agreement may threaten an important lifeline for research • Board of directors acknowledges AU's educational work • Impressive increase in corporate satisfaction with AU cooperation • Strategic framework contract draft ready for another round of negotiations with ministry • Aarhus BSS introduces admission requirement of 7 from 2020 • Central Denmark Region to analyse region's research strengths • 2018 salary negotiations starting soon • New centre director at iNANO • AU professor to head a new European research collaboration • Board members appointed to AUFF and Sandbjerg Estate • Calendar 

5 (13.02.2018)

Recruitment norms for appointment of academic staff to permanent positions • Registration now open for launch of EDU IT initiative • Communicating research to a broad and enthusiastic audience • 90th anniversary celebration in the University Park for staff and students • Saturday with ‘Women in Science’ • Calendar 

4 (06.02.2018)

Note: Don't forget to register your car! • AU launches new major case competition for all faculties • Aarhus University to investigate political pressure on researchers • Three part-time Master’s degree programmes for working professionals approved at AU • Herning Campus hosts launch of government's digital growth strategy • AU professor receives the 2018 Novo Nordisk Prize • DPU manager joins minister's debate panel on parenting • Faculty of Health dean: We have to maintain trust between the university and the people • Calendar 

3 (30.01.2018)

Rector: Researchers not to be slammed for standing firm • Technology Pact aligned with Aarhus University's academic initiatives • AU researchers receive Innovation Fund Denmark awards • Cryptologist receives prestigious annual award • DKK 40 million from Poul Due Jensen Foundation for water research • Novo Nordisk Foundation grants DKK 255 million for the world's most powerful protein microscope • Novo Nordisk award attracts international researcher and DKK 20 million to university • EDU IT initiative taking shape • MatchPoints invites debate on the welfare state – sign up now • Skou Building over budget • More parking spaces to require registration • Danish University Extension issues invitations to Festival of the Century • Calendar 

2 (19.01.2018)

Rector welcomes government jobs • DKK 120 million from Novo Nordisk Foundation to Aarhus University • Festival of Research: Researchers can now sign up for ‘Book a Researcher’ • Did you miss the Innovation Fund Denmark visit to AU? • AU involved in new Nordic research hub • Calendar 

1 (12.01.2018)

Rector celebrates 196 talented young people with academic potential • Sign up for the PhD Cup for dissemination of research • AU researchers among main driving forces behind 2017's Danish Research Result • Millions from Carlsberg Foundation to School of Culture and Society • Grants for Health researchers • Kristian Thorn re-hired as Deputy Director for AU Student Administration and Services • Welcome to the Light Rail Transit Project – and take care in traffic • New rates in connection with business trips • Calendar