The University Governing Board recently announced its decision to pursue the proposal that Dalarna University's Campus Borlänge move to the centre of town, into the Mimer building, also known as Liljanhuset.
Andreas Norlén, Speaker of Riksdagen, Sweden's Parliament, visited Dalarna on October 4 and 5 as part of the celebrations of 100 years of democracy in Sweden. He paid visits to various organisations and also took part in seminars and discussions concerning issues related to democracy.
Jenny Ericson, Clinical Lecturer, Nursing, has received 2 million SEK for research into breastfeeding and Marie Elf, Professor of Nursing, has received 2.9 million SEK for a project about self-care that aims to support the health and welfare of people with long-term illness.
The research project will study how sport and outdoor activities affect nature and the environment. Over the course of four years, the project will receive 56 million SEK in funding from Mistra, the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research.
The Research and Development Fund of the Swedish Tourism and Hospitality Industry has awarded Dalarna University funding for the project "No Room for Trafficking" that will look at the strategies hotel staff have to deal with prostitution and human trafficking.
Lars Rönnegård, Professor in Statistics, will be one of two researchers to receive funding from the Kjell och Märta Beijers Stiftelse for the collection and analysis of data related to cows in loose housing.
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