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  • 2018-01-15

    Theatre bringing together different programmes

    In the autumn of 2017, Police Education and the Urban Social Work programme ran a joint project around a theatre performance. Together, the students watched a play called Klipp Han at Dramaten, which was produced in collaboration with Fryshuset.

  • 2017-12-18

    Opening hours over Christmas and New Year

    Some opening hours will change during the period 18 December – 7 January.

  • 2017-12-04

    Technical problems with Medarbetarwebben - Now solved

    We are currently experiencing technical problems with Medarbetarwebben. We are working on solving the issue but have no forecast for when the issue will be solved.

  • 2017-12-01

    Södertörn University’s student recruitment campaign wins European PR prize

    On Thursday night, the “Jag vill något annat” student recruitment campaign, developed by Södertörn University and Gullers Grupp, was honoured at the European Excellence Awards in the Employer Branding & Recruiting category.

  • 2017-11-27

    CBEES is raising the bar for Romani Studies

    The research field of Romani Studies at CBEES is rapidly becoming one of the leading research fields in Europe.

  • 2017-11-25

    Academia will not accept harassment

    The force behind the Swedish #Akademiuppropet campaign is significant and, in my position as Vice-Chancellor, both myself and Södertörn University’s management are following it with the greatest seriousness. This is part of our work to fulfil our responsibility: academia must be a place that is entirely free from all types of harassment.

  • 2017-11-20

    Södertörn University signs exciting new partnership agreements

    Through CBEES, Södertörn University has signed partnership agreements with the Swedish Institute of International Affairs and with Färgfabriken.

  • 2017-11-15

    Global research collaboration shows Earth’s enormous microbial diversity

    Microorganisms are necessary for our health and for all life on Earth. Hundreds of researchers have studied the diversity found in the planet’s microbial communities as part of an international research collaboration. This information has been compiled in an enormous shared catalogue of the planet’s microorganisms. It will be used in research applications and for more sustainable industry.

  • 2017-11-13

    Sten Heckscher to receive an honorary doctorate from Södertörn University

    The Faculty Board of Södertörn University has decided to award 2018’s honorary doctorate to Sten Heckscher. Sten Heckscher has been involved with and worked for the university’s development in numerous ways, including founding the Academy of Public Administration.

  • 2017-11-10

    Public defences of theses in October

    Two of Södertörn University’s doctoral students defended their theses in October: Fredrik Bertilsson in the History of Ideas and Lovisa Andén in Philosophy.

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