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  • New book series focuses on Critical Heritage Studies

    [22 Nov 2017] The University of Gothenburg furthers its pioneering work in the field of Critical Heritage Studies with a new series published by Cambridge University Press. The series contains about 50 titles and will be available online.

  • Alumni invited to 'the world's smartest Swede'

    [21 Nov 2017] Alumni from Gothenburg University, located in eastern United States, are invited to an exclusive lecture by Professor Max Tegmark from MIT on Artificial Intelligence 27 November. Organizer is KTH - Royal Institute of Technology.

  • Packed GU-Journal #5, November

    [17 Nov 2017] Read about the two new deputy vice-chancellors for collaboration and research, there is still more to say about Bob Dylan? and Mission: To save the world! and much more - in the English edition of the staff magazine of the University of Gothenburg.

  • Our health behaviour under the microscope

    [16 Nov 2017] Why do we smoke when we know it is dangerous? Why don¿t we exercise, even though we know it ¿s good for us? And how many carbohydrates should we really eat to function in the best way possible? There are many knowledge gaps in health economics that need to be filled.

  • Mobility in the digital era

    [10 Nov 2017] More of our time and activities have shifted towards the digital arena. Now this is starting to influence the way we travel - or do not travel - to our workplaces with implications for everyday life. A group of human geographers at the School of Business, Economics and Law are studying how we move in time and urban space.

  • Academy of Design and Crafts invites to Design Festival

    [8 Nov 2017] Open Week is a festival that invites the public to explore new ideas about learning, work and social equality - with over seventy exhibitions, events, classes, workshops and talks at eight platforms located at venues and institutions across the city and surrounding areas 20-26 November.

  • #MeToo Campaign in Vice-Chancellor's blog

    [3 Nov 2017] Vice-Chancellor Eva Wiberg welcomes the #MeToo Campaign as a boost to the Gender Equality Work, in her blog.

  • Katarina Gårdfeldt new Director of the Swedish Polar Research Secretariat

    [2 Nov 2017] The Swedish Government has today, Thursday 2 November, appointed Katarina Gårdfeldt, Director of the Centre for Environment and Sustainability (GMV), to be the new Director of the Swedish Polar Research Secretariat.

  • The University organized a research day and alumni meeting at the embassy in Washington D.C.

    [31 Oct 2017] The research day Research and Innovation Addressing Societal Challenges was arranged at the Swedish Embassy in Washington D.C. The evening before the event an alumni meeting for former students located in the United States was arranged at the embassy.

  • Jobb offer at the University of Gothenburg

    [30 Oct 2017] If you are interested in working with us you can apply for all our vacant positions online at the university¿s job portal.

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