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2012.06.28 | Chemistry

3 PhD stipends at iNANO – Aarhus University

Related to the project: LowE-CEM: Low-Energy CEMents for sustainable concrete

2012.06.28 | Chemistry

Vacancy: iNANO – Haldor Topsøe PhD project

on: Solid-state NMR techniques in studies of microporous aluminosilicate materials used as heterogeneous catalysts for synthesis of fuels and bulk chemicals

On 10 May, around 50 employees and students were invited for an inspiration day, with the resulting input forming part of the recommendation which has now been submitted for consultation.

2012.07.06 | UNIvers no 8 - 2012

A joint AU communication channel in a new format and with journalistic edge

The working groups have now prepared their recommendation for what should replace UNIvers. Both the employees and the students still want a joint communication channel which reflects AU’s diversity and supports a sense of community across the organisation. At the same time, the groups suggest that the new media should focus on more in-depth…

Aitor Tinico participated in a joint meeting with the student organizations at the University and the labour unions in Aarhus. Photos: Anders Trærup 
The social media made joining a protest easy and free of charge, Aitor Tinico explained.

2012.06.26 | UNIvers no 8 - 2012

Indignant Spanish fighting for democracy on Facebook

Facebook and Twitter can be used for much more than simply updating your status and keeping people informed of what you’re doing. In Spain, hundreds of thousands of indignant Spanish students and citizens are using the social media to strengthen their protests against the system.

2012.06.26 | UNIvers no 8 - 2012

Timetable for salary negotiations

If you are a member of staff at AU and have a Danish salary agreement, you are probably entitled to an annual salary review with your immediate superior. However, this year the annual salary reviews have been postponed from the spring until the autumn. The exact timetable for the negotiations has now been announced. If you are in any doubt about…

Foto: Lars Kruse

2012.06.26 | UNIvers no 8 - 2012

Ideas for a summer in Aarhus

If you’re going to be in Denmark this summer, and if you’d like a little inspiration about what’s going on in and around Aarhus, the Aarhus Tourist Information Office is a good place to start.Their website is full of good ideas about things to do – not only when the sun is shining, but also for those rainy days that the Danish summer sometimes has…

2012.06.26 | UNIvers no 8 - 2012

Denmark is still popular among Nordic students

New statistics published by the Danish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Higher Education show that a total of 5,569 students from other Nordic countries were studying a degree programme in Denmark in the 2010/2011 academic year. Only 604 Danes were studying in another Nordic country during the same period. The statistics also show that four out…

2012.06.26 | Students

Approaches to Development - interdisciplinary course at AU, spring 2013

The course is for students interested in development work. The aim of the course is to increase the students' knowledge about the complex problems of developing work in an interdisciplinary context. Read more about the course.

2012.06.26 | Students

Approaches to Development - interdisciplinary course at AU, spring 2013

The course is for students interested in development work. The aim of the course is to increase the students' knowledge about the complex problems of developing work in an interdisciplinary context. Read more about the course.

2012.06.18 | Students

All IT systems down at AU after 16.00 on 22 June

Due to extensive system work and updating, all the university’s IT services will be unavailable from 16.00 on Friday 22 June until 06.00 in the morning 23 June.

2012.06.11 | Students

Indeed a Great Debate

400 Europeans met in Aarhus for three days to cooperate on finding the sustainable solutions we need towards 2050. The overall themes were Economy, Social Issues, Environment, Demography, Participatory Democracy and Innovation and the results will be gathered in a report called "Citizens' Key to Europe

2012.06.13 | Students

New semester package in entrepreneurship for MSc students

MSc students now have the opportunity to choose a semester package in the elective semester consisting of three courses in the field of entrepreneurship, which together correspond to 30 ECTS credits. The combination of courses is based on correlation and is to create optimal learning and meaningful synergy for the students. The registration…

Med Getting a job in the Czech Republic is no piece of cake. Not that it's impossible, but it's not easy it is very difficult for university graduates to get jobs,” Šárka Panochová, an international student from the Czech Republic, explains. Photo: Jesper Rais

2012.06.05 | UNIvers nr. 7 - 2012

Lands of Opportunity

International students are leaving their home countries in search of better opportunities in Aarhus, Denmark and in Northern Europe.

2012.06.05 | UNIvers nr. 7 - 2012

End-of-Semester gathering

The International Centre at AU and the Student House invites all international AU students, mentors, tutors and international coordinators to an End-of-Semester gathering!

The façade of the hi-tech Building S boasts an integrated LED display emitting light through the yellow bricks at nightfall. Photo: Julia Rolsted Stacey, AU Communications.

2012.06.04 | Students

Student paradise ready for new academic year

The new Building S will be inaugurated at Aarhus University, Business and Social Sciences after the summer holidays. With up to 600 study spaces, a large canteen and a concert hall, the student-dedicated building will be setting new standards for state-of-the-art, hi-tech architecture at Aarhus University.

The façade of the hi-tech Building S boasts an integrated LED display emitting light through the yellow bricks at nightfall. Photo: Julia Rolsted Stacey, AU Communications.

2012.06.04 | Students

Student paradise ready for new academic year

The new Building S will be inaugurated at Aarhus University, Business and Social Sciences after the summer holidays. With up to 600 study spaces, a large canteen and a concert hall, the student-dedicated building will be setting new standards for state-of-the-art, hi-tech architecture at Aarhus University.