From now on, you will need to use the Kviktest app in connection with supervised self-testing at AU.
AU’s new learning platform Brightspace is now accessible for teaching staff and course administrators, and registration for Brightspace workshops is open. During the coming months, teaching staff will be able to set up the courses they are teaching in autumn.
Application for English version of the University Pedagogical Programme, to be held this autumn (2021), is open. Please be aware that the deadline for applications is April 28, 2021.
Phishing emails are currently in circulation.
The process for the financial cutbacks at Tech has started, and the departments and the administrative centre have now briefed their employees about the expected savings including the number of jobs expected to be lost. There have been good talks in the liaison committees (LSU) which despite the difficult situation underline that dialogue is very central for Tech to get through the savings the best way possible.
If you wish to acquire a new system or digital services, you must always contact your local IT support team first.
As of Tuesday 23 March, emails from external senders will be marked with a yellow banner to remind you to be extra vigilant about possible phishing attempts.
Due to Easter holiday, the department secretariat will be closed from 27 March until 5 April 2021 (week 13). All the Secretariat staff members will be back as normal from 6 April 2021.
The Aarhus University Research Foundation (AUFF) is now accepting applications for travel grants and AUFF Starting Grants. Deadlines for applications are 8 and 13 April respectively.
When university researchers collaborate on research projects with external partners, there must be no doubt about the rules of the game. This is the defining principle of Aarhus University’s ground rules for collaboration with external partners.
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