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  • Nomination of professors at KTH reviewed

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    The nomination of professors at KTH has been reviewed. The inquiry will form a basis for a statement to the Swedish Higher Education Authority.
    Published Jun 30, 2022

    The results of the inquiry into the procedure of nominating professors at KTH have been presented to the KTH University Board. “The nomination procedure of professors has been reviewed by an external...

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  • Principles for KTH education in place

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    KTH’s education programmes in the future are outlined in a framework formulated as 13 principles. (Photo: Jann Lipka)
    Published Jun 27, 2022

    How can KTH’s degree programmes remain relevant and attractive amid increasingly tough competition? This is one of the questions being answered in the far-reaching development process that the Board o...

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  • “We can see great potential for development on the finance side”

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    The analysis of the current situation in financial support services was led by FO Head of Department Susanne Odung and Christina Carlsson, Head of the Administration at the ITM School. Photo: Mikael Sjöberg.
    Published Jun 23, 2022

    As part of the ongoing development of support services, various administrative areas are currently under review. First off, in our series of articles is the Finance Office (FO), where the process will...

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  • New Dean of Faculty for KTH

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    Sofia Ritzén, Photo: Susanne Kronholm
    Published Jun 22, 2022

    The president has appointed Sofia Ritzén, professor of Integrated Product Development and Design, to the office of the Dean of Faculty. Concurrently, the president appointed Anna Finne Wistrand, profe...

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  • Board’s proposal for next KTH president is submitted to government

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    KTH's board proposes the government Anders Söderholm as KTH's next President.
    Published Jun 20, 2022

    The KTH University Board has submitted to the government its proposal to appoint Anders Söderholm, a professor of business administration who currently serves as director general of the Swedish Higher...

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  • Next stage in the development of support services

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    Kerstin Jacobsson, University Director, leading the development work towards joint and coordinated Support services.
    Published Jun 15, 2022

    The development of KTH’s support services is now entering its next phase. This means for example that support services at KTH’s five schools will be merging with the 12 departments that currently come...

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  • Voices from Unite! Summer Community Event

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    Mirko Varano, KTH’s Key Liaison Officer for the alliance. Foto: Mikael Sjöberg
    Published Jun 15, 2022

    Future generations of European citizens will require new educational formats that offer flexibility and that can be easily communicated to students, teachers and non-teaching staff. This desire provid...

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  • Opening hours during the summer

    Published Jun 09, 2022

    The opening hours for KTH's central service departments during the summer of 2022.

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  • Law professor to lead inquiry into offering professorship at KTH

    Published May 25, 2022

    Mia Rönnmar, professor of private law at Lund University, has been appointed to conduct the external inquiry into the procedure for offering professorship at KTH.   

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  • Dean of faculty ends his assignment

    Published May 25, 2022

    Anders Forsgren requested on 17 May to terminate his assignment as Dean of Faculty with immediate effect, which the President accepted. The assignment includes chairing various committees and councils...

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  • The board appoints an inquiry

    Published May 18, 2022

    The board of KTH decided at an extraordinary meeting on 16 May to appoint an external inquiry regarding the procedure for offering a professorship.

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  • Board of KTH convenes extra meeting

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    Published May 17, 2022

    The board of KTH has chosen to convene an extraordinary meeting next week in response to official letters received from KTH’s five school faculty assemblies regarding the procedure for offering a prof...

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  • Research awarded high score in expert assessment

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    The international experts conducting the assessment were impressed by the societal impact of the research, according to Annika Stensson Trigell, Vice President for Research. (Photo: Håkan Lindgren)
    Published May 17, 2022

    KTH’s research upholds a high international standard with great relevance for society. At the same time, there is scope for improvement in several areas regarding, for example, internal processes, pub...

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  • Proposed President on his visions

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    During the hearing and presentation moderated by Tina Karrbom Gustavsson, the proposed candidate Anders Söderholm gave his picture of KTH in the future.
    Published May 17, 2022

    In front of over 120 people in Alfvensalen and over 200 people online, Anders Söderholm shared his thoughts and visions about becoming the next President of KTH.

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  • He helps students grow

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    Mark Smith spends weekdays and weekends at Kista Mentorspace. (Photo: Marc Femenia)
    Published May 05, 2022

    At Kista Mentorspace there are only two rules: if you do not know, you must ask and if you do know, you must teach. The philosophy comes from Silicon Valley, the tech and innovation hub on the West Co...

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  • New manager reviewed by Caesar

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    Fredrik Oldsjö is Deputy University Director and Head of the University Management Office within University Administration, photo: Marc Femenia.
    Published May 03, 2022

    After just over a month in his twin roles, Fredrik Oldsjö already seems to feel at home at KTH. He is the Deputy University Director and Head of the University Management Office within University Admi...

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  • With a feeling for the tiny details

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    Ninni Carlsund Levin has done her best to enable teaching to continue to be as normal as possible during the pandemic. (Photo: Marc Femenia)
    Published May 02, 2022

    Ninni Carlsund Levin, Associate Professor in Numerical Analysis, is passionate about a student’s light bulb moments. When something they have been struggling with suddenly becomes crystal clear. She a...

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  • The Unite network is creating a future European university

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    Published Apr 27, 2022

    Students can enhance their KTH higher education qualification through selected special courses from other top European universities. Researchers and communities can collaborate more easily between cou...

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  • Head of School can become new President in Skövde

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    Muriel Beser Hugosson, photo: Josefin Backman
    Published Apr 13, 2022

    Muriel Beser Hugosson, Head of the School of Architecture and the Built Environment. You have been called to a hearing for the role as President of the University of Skövde. What does that mean?

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  • Working group for Ukraine

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    A working group for Ukraine started some weeks ago at KTH.
    Published Apr 04, 2022

    Since a few weeks, a working group at KTH has been dealing with the question on how to support students and researchers from Ukraine within the context of KTH’s operations.

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