The Vice-Chancellor - Eva Wiberg
The Vice-Chancellor is the head of the University and its foremost representative. The Vice-Chancellor leads the University’s activities and is responsible for implementing decisions taken by the University Board. Eva Wiberg has been Vice-Chancellor of the University of Gothenburg since July 2017. She is a professor of Italian and has previously served as Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Lund University. Vice-Chancellor Wiberg actively participates in several national and international university networks.
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Pro-Vice-Chancellor - Mette Sandoff
The Pro-Vice-Chancellor is the Vice-Chancellor’s deputy, whose assigned appointment follows that of the Vice-Chancellor’s. Mette Sandoff is a Professor in Public Administration. Since August 2021 Sandoff is Acting Pro-Vice-Chancellor at the University of Gothenburg. Right before, 2012-2021, she had the position as the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, strategically responsible for education and Head of the University's Board of Education. Former managerial positions are among others Vice-Dean at the School of Business, Economics and Law, Head of the Department of Business Administration and Board member of Universeum Science Park.
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The University Director - Anna Lindholm
The University Director is head of the Central University Administration, part of the University Management and the University Management Council. Anna Lindholm is University Director at the University of Gothenburg.
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Deputy Vice-Chancellor, responsible for issues regarding education -
Pauli Kortteinen is chair of the University Board of Education which is a drafting and advisory body for the Vice-Chancellor. The principal task of the Board is to develop University-wide principles for education.
Pauli Kortteinen is senior lecturer in linguistics and was previously head of the Department of Philosophy, Linguistics and Theory of Science. Pauli Kortteinen has also, among other things, been vice dean of the Faculty of Humanities for education at undergraduate and advanced level.
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Deputy Vice-Chancellor, responsible for issues regarding research -
Carina Mallard is Professor of experimental perinatal brain injury research. She is researching the newborn baby's brain. She is working on issues regarding research infrastructure and has been Director for the university’s HoD Core Facilities.
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Deputy Vice-Chancellor, responsible for issues regarding outreach and cooperation - Torbjörn Lundh
Torbjörn Lundh is Professor of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, and is among other things, interested in artificial life, game theory and evolutionary processes. He has been Assistant Dean of Cooperation, Innovation and Internationalisation at the Faculty of Science. He has also been a member of the Vice-Chancellor's Committee for internationalization.
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