Internal news from the Faculty of Arts

2017.01.09 | People

Johnny Laursen new Chairman of the Board at DIIS

On 1 January 2017, Johnny Laursen takes up the position as chairman of the board at DIIS, the Danish Institute for International Studies.

2017.01.05 | Arts

Happy Christmas from the dean

Dean Johnny Laursen looks back at 2016 and forward to 2017, wishing staff and students at the Faculty of Arts a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

2016.12.22 | Research

Network for Gender Research Further Strengthened

Until now, GIR (Gendering in Research Network) has been connected with and financed by the Interacting Minds Centre, but for the next two years, it is further strengthened to the benefit of everyone with an interest in gender research at Aarhus University.

2016.06.30 | Arts

We’re all going on a summer holiday

Dean Johnny Laursen hopes that the faculty’s students and staff have a good summer.

2016.06.28 | Arts

New rules adopted for study progress at the Faculty of Arts

The new rules governing study progress at the faculty have now been finalised. During the spring there have been discussions of the options for changing the original rules that were proposed by the politicians at the beginning of the year, and as a result the new rules come into force on 1 September 2016.

2016.05.18 | Administrative conditions

No more emails via FirstClass from 1 June 2016

The planned closure of FirstClass is now entering its final phase. From 1 June 2016 you can no longer send or receive emails in FirstClass. Emails sent to the @hum address will be redirected to Exchange (Outlook), and this applies to all employees.

Niels Lehmann

2016.04.26 | People

Niels Lehmann appointed Vice-Dean for Education at Arts

Following the due appointments procedure, acting Vice-Dean Niels Lehmann has been appointed Vice-Dean for Education at the Faculty of Arts.

2016.04.19 | Education

Teaching evaluation is going digital

The Faculty of Arts is the last faculty at Aarhus University to introduce the university’s shared electronic teaching evaluation system. The system has been introduced in connection with the application for institutional accreditation, and will contribute to the overall quality improvement of the faculty’s degree programmes.

2016.03.29 | Arts

The field of media and communication continues its ascent of the QS ranking list

The subject areas within media and communication at Aarhus University have taken another leap up the international QS World University Rankings by Subject list this year.

Excavation near Alken Enge in 2014. Photo by: Anders Trærup, AU Foto

2016.03.23 | Arts

Archaeology at the top of the International QS Ranking

Aarhus University receives international recognition in the 2016 QS World University Rankings by Subject. The School of Culture and Society is represented in the list by Archaeology ranked as number 40 and History and Anthropology both in the top 100.

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