Over the spring, Ronaldo’s Stone Oven Bakery in Linköping got help from master’s students in Business Management to develop their company. The concept has its basis in ideas from Stanford University.
Many newly-arrived immigrant children want to start playing football. But most clubs are already full. Then Tina Neset at the Department of Thematic Studies – Environmental Change had an idea: why not ask LiU’s two student football clubs?
Excitement about the future – and a celebration right now. That was the mood at this year’s Farewell Ceremony for Linköping University’s international master’s students.
Over the spring term, future speech therapists from Linköping University have been working pro bono with language training for newly arrived refugees. Every Tuesday afternoon they’ve been on hand at Skäggetorp centrum to practice things like pronunciation and grammar.
This summer Linköping University will host its first Summer Academy for students from international partner universities. About 120 people from all over the world will study in Linköping for four weeks in July.
Blue Square, Blå torget, in B Building, will be closed as of May 23. When the autumn term starts, the area will be renovated and packed with more study carrels and a new student kitchen.
Ida Åberg is a PhD student in Political Science and is researching urban agriculture. But how does it work in practice? In the inner courtyard of A Building, she is now constructing an urban garden where anyone who wants to join, can.
When the two student kitchens in D Building were closed in connection with the reconstruction, the lines for the microwave ovens in Key Building became unendurably long. But now there’s a solution: a mobile microcart.
Engineering students Victor Wessén and Fredrik Bergendal did their degree project long-distance together with two students from the University of Maryland. At the beginning of May, they went over there to present it on-site – and brought home the university’s prize for best project.
The members of LiU Formula Student needed a great deal of takeout and late evenings in order for them to manage to design and build a race car over a year. They’re competing with the car in the Formula Student competitions at places such as the prestigious Silverstone track.
A memorial service will be held for Linköping University student Victor Karlsson Sehlin on Friday May 20th at 10:30 in room C1, C-building, Campus Valla. All students and employees who wish to honor the memory of Victor are very welcome.
From June 13 and during the summer there are limted opening hours at the Student Service Desk.
The Campus bus is not in service between June 18 and August 14. Between June 13-17 and August 15-19 only the first bus per departure time is in service.
Shorter opening hours and longer loan periods att the library in summer.
July 25 to August 2
NärCon is the Nordic countries’ largest festival for Japanese pop culture and games. The buildings that will be used are A Building, C Building (and the grass area behind it), parts of B Building, Key Building, G Building and Campushallen. The event will be fenced in from Key Building to Märkesbacken. Students will get into the area by showing their LiU cards.
Last updated: 2016-06-17