Engineering Sciences in Chemistry, Biotechnology and Health (CBH)
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"Our hope is that each group will take small steps in the right direction"
63 percent of all employees at the CBH school participated in the first employee pulse at KTH. Now the results are being disseminated, which gives management and managers an understanding of how we are doing at work.
“By responding to the employee pulse, you are involved in influencing your work environment”, says Lena Birgersdotter, HR manager at CBH school.
Associate Professor Stefan Grönkvist is the Head of Department for Energy Processes at the CBH School. He is passionate about climate policy issues, something he also tries to convey to students and doctoral students, and with nine years in business he always tries to bring real-life examples into his teaching. Since January this year, Stefan is also the new program manager for the master's program Chemical Engineering for Energy and the Environment.
She support services at the schools and the University Administration (GVS) will merge to form a new organisation from 1 January 2023. The goal is high quality support and efficiency that frees up teachers' and researchers' time and contributes to KTH's competitiveness.
The CBH School works actively for a sustainable development on several levels. Our research and education contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals, we have an environmental management system and is a workplace that strives for increased sustainability in our daily processes.