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2017.12.19 | Staff

The dean’s Christmas message 2017

Johnny Laursen looks back at 2017 and hopes that all staff and students at the Faculty of Arts have a Happy Christmas.

[Translate to English:] Foto: Steen Weisner, AU

2017.12.19 | Arts

New agreement on working hours for academic staff at the Faculty of Arts

On Friday 15 December 2017, the dean and joint union representative signed a new agreement on working hours which will apply to academic staff at the Faculty of Arts from 1 January 2018 onwards.

Photo: Foto & Medielab, Moesgård Museum

2017.12.13 | Arts

Changes to parking in the Nobel Park

Do you park your car in the Nobel Park? From 1 January 2018, changes will be made to parking due to the construction of a new COWI office building. See here where you can park.


2017.12.13 | Arts

New external supplier of translations for the Faculty of Arts

The Faculty of Arts has now finalised an agreement with a new, regular supplier of translations between Danish and English. The new supplier, GlobalDenmark, will be providing translation services for the faculty’s centres and schools.

2017.12.07 | Arts

The open access system

In recent weeks, AU Library has been sending an email to a range of researchers at the School of Communication and Culture and the School of Culture and Society in Aarhus. All these researchers wrote one or more academic articles in 2016 which have not yet been made available in PURE, but which can now be published in PURE using the open access…

Students today are more focused on the labour market, and the question of relevance plays a role in the teaching.

2017.11.29 | Education, Staff

New project to focus on labour-market relevance in the teaching

Many lecturers experience that students have career-related questions and questions regarding the relevance of their degree programme. A new didactic project focuses on different ways of incorporating the labour-market perspective into the teaching.

It all started with a tweet (click for a larger image).

2017.11.14 | Research

“We need to internationalise research communication”

Almost 50,000 readers, translation into French and publication in the French daily newspaper Le Monde as well as an invitation to be keynote speaker at an international conference in the USA with all expenses paid. Does it sound almost too good to be true? It is the result of one research communication article written by Hanne K. Adriansen,…

Mads Rosendahl Thomsen, a professor with special responsibilities at the Department of Comparative Literature and Rhetoric, is the chair of the steering committee, which also includes Kristoffer Laigaard Nielbo and vice-dean Niels Lehmann.

2017.11.03 | Arts

Ambitious digital literacy course for researchers at the Faculty of Arts

This is your chance to improve your digital skills and gain input and inspiration helping you to develop new research methods. A course in digital methods and information processing – for both beginners and advanced users alike.

2017.06.29 | Arts

Summer message from Johnny Laursen

The dean hopes that all students and staff have a great summer holiday.

2017.06.27 | Research

Do you use personal data in your research?

Owing to the introduction of new, tighter rules in 2018, Aarhus University needs an overview of the processing of personal data at the university. Please respond to the questionnaire - whether you use personal data in your research or not.

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