The Novo Nordisk Foundation CO2 Research Center (CORC) invites staff and students at AU for an introduction of the center and its crucial mission to mitigate climate change. The center focuses greatly on collaboration and with the event it aims at creating a strong basis for the exchange of innovative ideas.
The four engineering departments at AU has together published the AU Engineering Profile 2022. The magazine is now available online.
IT maintenance work will affect AU’s IT systems and services and cause interruptions at different times during the weekend of 23 - 24 April 2022.
Due to Easter holidays, the department secretariat will be short of staff in week 15.
Everyone interested at Aarhus University are invited by the Centre for Circular Bioeconomy to join the CBIO Summit 2022, where it is possible to contribute with ideas and questions to create collaboration across departments and areas of expertise.
AU’s cafeterias are developing more and more vegetarian dishes, and this greener food is gradually finding its way onto people’s plates at AU’s meetings and conferences. Vegetarian catering is one of 34 new initiatives that aim to help create a greener university.
75 per cent of AU employees have answered the questionnaire for WPA 2022. When the results are ready, local follow-up work can start at the individual units.
10-15 fellowships will be available through the donation from AUFF.
Graphic designer Gudrun Frost-Søgaard and language consultant Lenore Messick have started a fundraiser at AU to support the work of the Red Cross in Ukraine.
On Monday 28 February, all AU employees will receive an email with a personal link to WPA 2022. By answering the questionnaire, you will help the university assess the quality of your and your colleagues' work environment at AU.
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