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.
The Aarhus University Research Foundation (AUFF) has opened for applications for AUFF Recruiting Grants, International mobility and Publication support grants.
In the period 2 – 24 February, employees at Aarhus University can fill out a form to apply for a salary increase in the 2022 salary negotiations.
In Week 9, it will again be time to conduct a workplace assessment at AU – the so-called WPA (APV in Danish). Here you can read more about the process.
Users of Skype for Business will have to use Teams for online meetings in the future. Transfer contacts before 25 January.
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