Dalarna University has promoted Kerstin Erlandsson to Professor of Sexual and Reproductive Health. Erlandsson conducts research on the sexual and reproductive health of individuals and is driven by a belief in sustainable societies where all people have equal value.
Santiago Valencias goal is to help fight global warming. He has just received a scholarship for his thesis, graduated and started a project employment. The job prospect for him and his graduating classmates looks promising – energy construction engineers are wanted on the labour market.
Dalarna University has been appointed by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) to work in partnership with the Government of Bangladesh to promote and strengthen the Bangladeshi midwifery university training programme.
In his newly published thesis in the field of Microdata Analysis, Vijay Paidi presents a parking support model that helps drivers find empty parking places, therefore reducing CO2 emissions.
A new study shows that the likelihood of being diagnosed with ADHD (attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder) very much depends on an individual's economic and social status, including educational attainment. The study's results challenge basic assumptions about pedagogical ideals.
The building of the new university campus in Borlänge is now underway. The campus aims to be a modern, flexible and creative learning and work environment for both students and employees, and is set for completion by the autumn semester 2024.
The Association of Swedish Higher Education Institutions (SUHF) has stated its strong support for colleagues, students and civilians in Ukraine whose lives have been affected by the Russian invasion.