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Dean Eskild Holm Nielsen

2021.06.17 |

The financial adjustments at Technical Sciences have now been completed

The financial process initiated at Technical Sciences by dean Eskild Holm Nielsen on 1 March 2021 has now been concluded, and it is expected that the savings made will mean that faculty can meet its framework conditions for the 2022 budget.

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2021.05.28 |

How to handle spam emails in your inbox

AU is currently under attack by a wave of spam emails with unpleasant and inappropriate content. You are encouraged to report the spam emails in Outlook.

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2021.05.28 |

Brightspace: Where to get help and support

AU's new learning platform, Brightspace, is now open and accessible to all teaching staff and course administrators. Centre for Educational Development (CED) are ready to help you getting set up in the new system for the upcoming start of term. There will be workshops specifically tailored for teaching staff at Tech as well as online support. Read…

2021.05.26 |

Would you like to know more about the European Innovation Council and its funding opportunities?

Are you a researcher, research coordinator, university spinout or startup? Would you like to know more about EIC which provides funding to high risk deep tech interdisciplinary research teams and innovative startups or SME’s in the size of EUR 2.5 million in grant plus up to EUR 15 million in venture capital?

2021.05.19 |

Status regarding cutbacks at Technical Sciences

On Monday 17 May, consultation letters regarding planned dismissal were issued to 30 employees, corresponding to almost 27 full-time positions. A total of approx. 80 employees have been affected by the cutbacks to varying degrees.

Photo: Lars Kruse

2021.05.07 |

Forceful criticism of AU’s handling of requests for access to documents in 2019

The Danish Agency for Higher Education and Science has issued a sharp critique of Aarhus University’s handling of requests for access to documents in the wake of the so-called ‘beef case’. Release of documents was delayed, and incomplete reports were submitted to the agency. This is not acceptable, Rector Brian Bech Nielsen emphasises. “We must…

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2021.05.04 |

The first teachers have tested Brightspace: “It was a pretty easy transition”

Aarhus University is switching from Blackboard to Brightspace. A number of teachers from the Faculty of Technical Sciences have tested the new learning management system in a pilot project. In the following, two teachers present their experiences, and provide tips on how to get started on Brightspace.

The most recent DHL Relay race was held in 2019. Here are some happy runners in Mindeparken in Aarhus. Photo: Ida Jensen, AU

2021.05.03 |

Registration for the 2021 DHL Relay Race now open

Aarhus University will once again participate in the DHL Relay Race, and the registration is now open for all employees. It’s time to dust off your trainers and mark your calendar for a cosy evening with your colleagues.

Starting Wednesday 28 April you will need to use the Kviktest app when you take a supervised self-test at AU.

2021.05.03 |

Before you get a self-test at AU, you need to download the Kviktest app

From now on, you will need to use the Kviktest app in connection with supervised self-testing at AU.

Consultation letters regarding planned dismissal will be distributed on 17 May.

2021.04.29 |

Status for financial adjustments at Tech

On 26 April, relevant departments at Tech informed employees about the remaining cutbacks and the number of jobs to be lost after implementation of the preventive measures.

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