Regarding political parties on campus
In February, the President of Jönköping University made a decision regarding the presence of political parties on university premises and campus.
New associate professor in welfare and social science
In 1995, a review of psychiatric care was carried out. What happened to in-patients at psychiatric hospitals who were then integrated into society? Per Bülow spoke more about this subject in his associate professorship lecture on 24 may.
New Associate Professor focuses on age
Age discrimination and the consequences of the different ways we use the age factor in different contexts was the main theme of Monika Wilinska's associate professorship lecture on May 22.
Former JIBS Professor
Karl Erik Gustafsson
has passed away
On May 12, Karl Erik Gustafsson, former professor at Jönköping International Business School, sadly passed away after a longer
period of illness.
Irregular opening hours 10-13 May
All service functions at Jönköping University are closed for Ascension Day and weekend 10-13 May.
JU student nominated for Global Swede 2018
Jönköping University has nominated Anup Banerjee, student at Jönköping International Business School, to the Global Swede award.
Four large companies enter into strategic partnerships with Jönköping University
“For us, this will be the beginning of a more long-term and strategic collaboration with Jönköping University,” says Roger Blezell, Site Manager at Scania Oskarshamn, one of the four companies that now choose to strengthen their cooperation with the university. The three other companies are Husqvarna, Kongsberg Automotive and Fagerhult.
New research to prevent back pains among police officers
Police working in active duty are exposed for an increased risk of developing back pain. This is something that could be prevented by a redistribution of the equipment, according to a new doctoral thesis from The School of Health and Welfare, Jönköping University.