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The first part of the 2014 employee survey - the collection of data – is now complete. More than three of four – or 77 per cent – of the university's employes have answered this year's survey. In early February, the results will be presented for department chairs and heads of department.
December 22 2014
On November 24, all employees at Umeå University will receive an email from Quick Search containing a link to this year's employee survey. The questionnaire, consisting of questions about your work, will take approximately 20 minutes to complete and will be available online November 24 through December 14.
November 18 2014
In the pilot round of the pedagogical qualification system nine applicants were installed as Qualified or Excellent teachers. Since then, the model has been evaluated, revised and implemented. The application period is now open – from 13 November 2014 to 13 January 2015 it is possible to apply to the pedagogical qualification system.
November 13 2014
SAGE Research Methods is a research methods tool created to help researchers, faculty and students with their research projects. It links over 175,000 pages of SAGE's renowned book, journal and reference content with truly advanced search and discovery tools. From now until 31 October, it is possible for researchers at Umeå University to test this tool.
September 18 2014
Welcome to Umeå Institute of Design's presentation of the project Science Outreach, carried out during spring 2014 in collaboration with CIRC, Climate Impacts Research Centre, Umeå University.
May 22 2014
The purpose of the fund is to promote botanical research at Umeå University, primarily in phytogeography and plant ecology, morphology and taxonomy.
March 31 2014
The Swedish Secretariat for Environmental Earth System Sciences SSEESS offers project planning grants aiming to facilitate the formation of North-South research consortia within global environmental change (GEC) research.
March 12 2014
The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research announces a total of SEK 225 million in a national call for proposals for problem- or application-driven research projects within the area of Biological production systems.
February 21 2014