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The climate action plan for 2021 contains 68 ambitious activities that the faculties have developed based on Aarhus University's climate strategy 2020-2025, and that will contribute to the university's green transition.

2021.02.25 |

68 new climate initiatives will pave the way for a greener university

A green year has begun. At least at AU, where 68 new climate initiatives will contribute to the university’s green transition.

Photo: AU Photo

2021.02.24 |

The AU Gender Equality conference invites to a debate on the STEM area

How do we achieve gender equality and diversity in STEM without getting uncomfortable? Which excuses prohibit real change? That is the theme of Nat and Tech's joint breakout session at AU's Gender Equality Conference on March 8, where you can submit questions to the debate panel.

Employees in four focus groups have focused on each of the four strategic themes selected by the faculty management team in line with the AU strategy (Green transition, Digitalisation, Entrepreneurship, and Identity and profiling). Photo: Chris Montgomery, Unsplash

2021.02.04 |

Focus groups submit recommendations for further strategy work

At the end of last year, four focus groups toiled intensively to contribute input to work on a common ambition and strategic direction for the faculty. This article is about the many ideas and other input the focus groups have passed on for an overall strategy for Tech.

By-elections to the Academic Council. Foto: AU Foto

2021.02.04 |

Time for by-elections to the Academic Council

Election of VIPs and TAPs to the Academic Council will take place on 8-10 March. You can check your voting rights until 9 February. The nomination period is 10 February to 19 February.

Aarhus University now has its new management for the engineering area in place, and on 1 March 2021, four heads of department will take up their positions.

2021.02.01 |

New heads of department at AU Engineering

Aarhus University now has its new management for the engineering area in place, and on 1 March 2021, four heads of department will take up their positions.