Content updated 2013-08-16
Get vaccinated against Covid-19 on campus
It is now possible for students to get vaccinated without leaving campus. Tuesday 26 October at 12.00-17.00 and Wednesday 3 November at 12.00-17.00 you can get vaccinated in room Hc114 on the ground floor of HLK. Have you not started your Covid-19 vaccination, or do you need to take your second dose? Come to the drop-in on campus.
JU- part of Climate week
Climate Week 2021 (Swe: Klimatveckan ) takes place in Jönköping County between 18 - 24 October. Climate Week is organized by the Climate Council, which includes Jönköping University (JU).
Nurse available at the Student Health Care
The Student Health Care now has a nurse on staff again. As a student, you can contact the nurse if you have questions about your physical health.
Get vaccinated via drop-in or book a time
Students at Jönköping University (JU) can get vaccinated against Covid-19 in Jönköping by Region Jönköping County. This applies to both international and national students. There are drop-in times available this week and you can also book an appointment.
IT disruptions Sunday 17 October
Extensive disruptions due to planned service work will occur on Sunday, 17 October. Programs and files will be unavailable.
Aktiestinsen Thesis Award 2021
The winners of the Aktiestinsen Thesis Award 2021 have been announced. Emelie Ramsö and John Marhinson won the first prize of 15000 SEK for their thesis entitled “When ability and willingness is not enough: A study of Swedish family farmers implementation of circular agriculture practices based on ability, willingness, awareness and the role of institutions.”
Nominate Young Female Leader of the Year 2021
For the seventh year in a row, the Young Female Leader of the Year in Jönköping County will be nominated. Jönköping County still shows low numbers in the national measurements of the number of women on corporate boards and who are self-employed. Therefore, nominate a colleague or student in your vicinity who is a role model and inspiration to others, no later than 31 October.
JU students present smart, sustainable solutions for the challenges of the future
On September 27-29, the annual student competition Innovation Race for Sustainability took place. The competition gathered 169 students from JIBS with the aim of generating new, sustainable solutions for some of the county’s established companies. The challenge resulted in sharp concepts that will help companies meet the challenges of the future – sustainably and successfully.