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As a result of the Government’s recommendations, all courses at Dalarna University will be taught online as of Wednesday, March 18. This measure is being taken so as to reduce the spread of coronavirus.
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When the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) presented its list of the 100 most influential researchers within the field of competitive sustainability, no fewer than 11 were Dalarna University employees who are involved in two research projects.
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The picture shows three men: Arand Hintze in a red shirt; Thomas Strandberg in black  blazer and white shirt and pullover; and Yves Rybarczyk in a grey blazer and black t-shirt.
Bringing their expertise and competence to Dalarna University are Arend Hintze, Professor of Microdata Analysis; Thomas Strandberg, Professor of Social Work; and Yves Rybarczyk, Professor of Microdata Analysis.
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Students in orange shirts on the stage introducing themselves to the audience.
"Tough but fun!" That's how some new students summarise the expectations they have of their future years of study. On Monday, they were welcomed to Dalarna University at the traditional Welcome Ceremony.
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The Vice-Chancellor congratulates a student on the stage
To the sounds and melodies of folk music, students entered Lugnet Arena on Friday afternoon, where a ceremony to mark their graduation was about to take place, with speeches from the University's Vice-Chancellor and Dalarna's County Governor.
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Jewish women, the massacres in Liepaja, Latvia
A black-and-white picture taken by a Nazi in Latvia in the second world war serves as the background to an international 360 film that will take its viewers back in time and into history.
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The Research Council of Norway has awarded researchers from Dalarna University and six other universities/research institutions 1 million Norwegian kronor for the project entitled Sustainable Arctic Cruise Communities: from Practice to Governance.
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On Tuesday, December 17, Dalarna University's governing board approved a strategy for education and research. The strategy comes as a result of comprehensive work on the part of students, university colleagues and collaborative partners.
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Together with the University of Gävle and Mälardalen University, Dalarna University has received 25.9 million sek in funding from the KK-Stiftelsen (Knowledege Foundation) to establish the research school "Future-Proof Cities" that will focus on sustainable urban development.
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Over a three-year period, Senior Lecturer Ulf Hansson will be involved in the project MATILDE, which aims to increase understanding as to the true development potential that migration brings with it, with a particular focus on rural and mountain regions.
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