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Due to construction of new offices, the number of parking spaces at Campus Falun is now limited. This being the case, car-users are asked to give extra thought to how they park while at the university.
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Christopher Velander and Pontus Engblom giving examples of scripts.
The result of code-breaking evenings held by the local association BIT, Borlänge IT-Förening, is a forum for professional development that has resulted in interest from a number of companies.
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Martin Norsell and Jonas Tosteby.
Dalarna University is now a member of the European University Association (EUA) after submitting a formal application. As an association, it represents over 800 universities in a total of 48 European countries.
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The Sami Flag at Campus Falun
On Wednesday, the university marked the Sami National Day by hoisting the Sami flag on campus.
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On March 1, Jörgen Elbe will commence his position as Pro-Vice-Chancellor at Dalarna University. Today, meanwhile, he will begin working on a half-time basis as Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research.
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Fredrik Hansen from Norway, who has chosen to study to be a nurse at Dalarna University.
To the sound of fiddle music, and with words of encouragement from the Vice-Chancellor, close to 400 people were welcomed to a new spring semester at Dalarna University.
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Emma Ljudén, Ifraax Hussein and Sanna Hillring - newly qualified nurses.
To mark the end of their studies, 230 students attended a Leaving Ceremony at Campus Falun on Friday, among them newly qualified teachers, nurses and social workers.
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Dalarna University has been awarded a contract that will allow it to continue offering the programme Korta vägen, which aims to prepare foreign-born professionals for the Swedish labour market.
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Dalarna's student radio in action in Falun
Joy, community and thousands of kronor. This was the result of the event Musikhjälpen that was put together by Dalarna University's student radio in December of last year.
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Mikael Rova back home in Sweden, here at Campus Falun
Nappies, stethoscopes and oxygen masks. These are just a few examples of the items that students Jimmi Liljegren and Mikael Rova purchased for the hospital in Uganda during their placements there.
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