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  • Canvas courses help KTH researchers progress in their roles

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    This is what the introduction of KTH's canvas course on communication looks like. The purpose of the course programs is to create greater insights about KTH's activities in general and as a university and authority. The collaboration leader training is aimed at interested researchers and leaders of major strategic research initiatives at KTH. Illustration: Louise Gustafsson
    Published Oct 25, 2021

    Canvas Research Collaboration Competence courses are now offered to KTH researchers to help them deepen their knowledge and progress in their professional roles. Annika Stensson Trigell, Vice Presiden...

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  • Hello there Master of Ceremonies Hanna Sundelin!

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    Hanna Sundelin
    Published Oct 18, 2021

    The president of KTH has decided on three changes for KTH’s academic ceremonies going forward. The biggest change concerns the academic ceremony in November – can you tell us more about it?

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  • School faculty assemblies at KTH show tremendous engagement in KTH’s development

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    KTH's faculty is spread over five campuses. The schools are also located on several campuses. Meeting digitally is an effective solution.
    Published Oct 12, 2021

    Eighteen months ago, the Faculty Assembly was replaced by two other forums for faculty influence: five independent school faculty assemblies and the KTH collegial forum. During the pandemic, these mee...

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  • A new centre brings together climate research at KTH

    Published Sep 28, 2021

    KTH is marshalling its forces within the climate area. The KTH Climate Action Centre has just started to map current research within climate at KTH and is holding an information meeting on October 1 f...

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  • Employees about working remotely

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    Working from home is attractive to many - according to a KTH survey about the digital workplace
    Published Sep 24, 2021

    A questionnaire was organised in June about working from home during the pandemic. What were the results concerning the digital workplace?

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  • New working hours agreement for teachers – what has changed

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    Published Sep 20, 2021

    The working hours agreement for teachers dating from 1999 has now been updated and modernised. “Our hope in the negotiating group has been to reach a new agreement that will contribute to benefiting ...

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  • When restrictions are lifted

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    There will be no limits for how many people that can gather at campus from 29 September.
    Published Sep 20, 2021

    From 29 September, other official Covid restrictions will be removed. The effects this will have for KTH include the end of restrictions on the number of people in premises at the same time. Education...

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  • New KTH-RES is simpler and more modern

    Published Sep 03, 2021

    Our KTH-RES travel management system has been updated to an all-new version. The updated system includes a new and more modern user interface, and users can access several smart new functions.

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  • Recruitment of next president has begun

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    Pia Sandvik, CEO at Rise, and Chair of the KTH Board and Nomination Committee leads the recriutment of the next president.
    Published Sep 01, 2021

    The recruitment process for a new president for KTH, who will take office in December 2022, has now begun. “Sigbritt Karlsson has chosen not to continue for another three years. This is sad news as s...

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  • Free Badminton or Indoor Bandy playing opportunity at KTH-Hallen

    Published Aug 31, 2021
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  • Back to work– what to think about

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    Different individuals in a work group will feel differently about coming back to work in person. "Everyone will have experienced the pandemic in their own way, and it is important that co-workers respect each other’s differences,” says psychologist Margareta Kucera.
    Published Aug 25, 2021

    While some of us have appreciated working from home, others have hated it. And while some of us are looking forward to returning to the workplace, others feel they will be under greater stress there. ...

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  • Innovations for a more vibrant campus

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    Lisa Ericsson, foto: Tobias Ohlsson.
    Published Aug 17, 2021

    Hi Lisa Ericsson, Head of KTH Innovation. In September, you will start the Future Campus Challenge together with Akademiska Hus to see how the work environment on campus can be improved both physicall...

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  • Clearer communication to students in prospect

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    Students sitting and studying together outdoors.
    Published Aug 16, 2021

    Students at KTH feel the information they get from KTH is unclear, fragmented, and communicated in too many channels. Representatives from KTH and THS have therefore joined forces in a project to deve...

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  • They defied the heat and triumphed

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    Outdoor exercise, body building horse riding and yoga were just some of the activities that the winning teams in this year’s KTH Active Together engaged in. (Photo: KTH)
    Published Jun 29, 2021

    Despite the early summer heatwave, over 500 KTH employees exercised and socialised as part of KTH Active Together. The winners can now be named – both who did the most exercise and who did the most to...

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  • How to reach out with your research

    Published Jun 23, 2021

    Three researchers at KTH share their own experiences of disseminating their research findings, and they advise on strategies and channels to gain many citations.

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  • Summer greeting from KTH Academic Orchestra

    Published Jun 17, 2021

    The KTH Academic, covid-customized, Orchestra wish all of the teachers, personnel and students at KTH a wonderful summer.

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  • Experts to assess KTH research remotely

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    Annika Stensson Trigell Vice President for Research. Photo: Håkan Lindgren
    Published Jun 15, 2021

    The week-long visit for RAE (Research Assessment Exercise) 2021 will soon be upon us. From 23 to 27 August, around 100 international experts will assess KTH research and present their preliminary conc...

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  • Questions about the digital workplace

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    How it has been to work remotely is mapped with the help of a questionnaire.
    Published Jun 14, 2021

    A questionnaire has been sent to all employees about the digital work environment during the pandemic. What is this all about, Jan Gulliksen Vice President for Digitalisation?

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  • A summer greeting to one KTH

    Published Jun 14, 2021

    Together, we have managed to conduct research, education and business support in a good way - despite the pandemic. Now we can look forward to a real and restful holiday and then an exciting autumn. T...

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  • From pandemic to pedagogical progress

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    This autumn there will be a mix of digital and psysical education.
    Published Jun 02, 2021

    Hi, Leif Kari, Vice President for Education. The President issued a decision on 1 June concerning how education is to be organised at KTH this autumn and onwards. What does this entail?

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