AU’s guidelines for remote working have been updated in the light of the experience gained during the Covid shutdowns. The new general guidelines emphasise the importance of on-site, in-person work with scope for flexibility – depending on local conditions and needs.
From Monday the 11th to the Friday the 29th of July.
If you have received an email from Microsoft reminding you to update your mobile phone or tablet, you must do so within 14 days in order to still have access to AU systems on your device. The email is not spam.
Aarhus University once again invites all AU employees to join their colleagues for a run or walk. You can still register for the race.
IT maintenance work will affect AU’s IT systems and services and cause interruptions at different times during the weekend of 23 - 24 April 2022.
AU’s cafeterias are developing more and more vegetarian dishes, and this greener food is gradually finding its way onto people’s plates at AU’s meetings and conferences. Vegetarian catering is one of 34 new initiatives that aim to help create a greener university.
75 per cent of AU employees have answered the questionnaire for WPA 2022. When the results are ready, local follow-up work can start at the individual units.
10-15 fellowships will be available through the donation from AUFF.
Graphic designer Gudrun Frost-Søgaard and language consultant Lenore Messick have started a fundraiser at AU to support the work of the Red Cross in Ukraine.
On Monday 28 February, all AU employees will receive an email with a personal link to WPA 2022. By answering the questionnaire, you will help the university assess the quality of your and your colleagues' work environment at AU.
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We are once again hosting our annual summer hangout!