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Renée Flacking, Professor of Paediatric Nursing, has been awarded 75 000 sek from Lilla barnets fond, a non-profit organisation that supports research and development related to newborns.
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From left: Kristofer Sidenvall, Dalarna University; David Vargas, Masaryk University, Czech Republic; Astrid de Keizer, Leiden University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands; Marilyn Tolbert, Texas, Christian University, USA; Maria Svensson, Gothenburg University; Susanne Corrigox, Dalarna University.
Membership in an international network has resulted in new exchanges and collaboration for those involved with the Teacher Education programmes at Dalarna University. The network is called European Teacher Education Network (ETEN) and has members worldwide.
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Susanna Nordin, researcher at Dalarna University, was recently named Årets Formbärare 2018 by the organisation Svensk Form (the Swedish Society of Crafts and Design), whose goal it is to demonstrate the benefits of good design to social development.
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Forte, the research branch for health, working life and welfare, has awarded close to five million sek for a new project that Dalarna University will be involved in alongside three other institutes of higher education.
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Portrait Dávid Molnár
In a new licentiate thesis, Dávid Molnár presents a new way of predicting the mechanisms that affect the deformation of steel. This is done by examining how energy changes at the atomic level during deformation.
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Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Education, Jonas Tosteby, is pictured with President Zubin He.
The President and five faculty directors from Guan Normal University, a partner institute of Dalarna University, recently made the visit to Dalarna with the intention of broadening the partnership between the two institutes of higher education.
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Dalarna University's Vice-Chancellor signing the agreement to promote equality in the province of Dalarna
As part of a ceremony, representatives from fifteen organisations signed a document to declare their dedication to a province that supports and promotes equality.
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Tobias Heldt, researcher in Economics, received the prize for his article in the category "Outstanding Paper Award". Written with co-author Anders Nordvall of Mittuniversitet, the article looks at and analyses the Peace & Love Music Festival.
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Former Borlänge IKEA manager Johan Nestor will lecture at both Campus Borlänge and Campus Falun as part of Wednesday's Diversity Day. His involvement comes as a result of the well-established and well-known work that IKEA does when it comes to diversity in the workplace.
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Portrait Asif M Huq
A second-year doctoral student in Microdata Analysis, Asif M Huq chose to study the effects of regulations on firm dynamics. On September 25, 2018, he defended his licentiate thesis.
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