The spread of infection of Covid-19 is increasing, and we are seeing outbreaks of infection in several towns with significant student populations, often linked to student parties. The government press briefing on Friday afternoon was for this reason directed to the more than 400,000 students in Sweden.
Thirty-one lucky students were chosen to participate in LiU:s International Office new career support programme that started at Campus Valla in September.
Please help the self-driving buses to pass safely through Campus Valla! The bus breaks harshly if you walk or cycle too close and there is a risk that passengers on board may fall or otherwise be injured.
Consultations and courses are two of the main activities for Student Health at LiU. The personnel meet around 1,200 students each year, approximately five percent of the total.
In a project that is unique in Europe, students of teaching at LiU are training in a virtual classroom. It is hoped that the method will give students confidence in leading classes.
As of version 5.3.0 of Zoom it’s possible for the host to allow participants themselves to select the breakout room they want to enter, instead of being assigned to a room by the host.
The gradual return from distance mode to campus mode will continue during the latter part of the autumn term. Restrictions will, however, remain in place to prevent an increase in the spread of coronavirus among students and co-workers.
It has today been confirmed by the Infectious Diseases Unit at Region Östergötland that around ten students who attended a private party have been infected by the covid-19 virus.
State epidemiologist Anders Tegnell is on the front line in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. Engineer Linnea Bergman is marketing solar energy systems to Africa to provide eco-friendly and cheap electricity to the world’s poor. These two are Alumni of the Year at Linköping University, 2020.
The awards ceremony this year will be held remotely, and takes place on 16 October, 12.10 am-1.10 pm on LiU Facebook.
Around four million people die every year from diseases caused by the smoke they inhale when cooking over an open fire. This is a problem that this year’s Alumna of the Year, Linnea Bergman, hopes to solve with her solar cell system.
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Last updated: 2020-06-25