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  • Research on how the business sector contributes in the corona crisis

    2020-05-18
    Joakim Netz, assistant professor at the School of Engineering, Jönköping University, conducts research on how the business sector is adapting and making contributions for the corona crisis. Recently it was announced that the project will be funded by the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency.
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  • Adaptation of on-campus education in the autumn semester

    2020-05-13
    Jönköping University’s spring semester and summer courses will be conducted off-campus, but the ambition is to start on-campus education in the beginning of the autumn semester 2020, with continued regards to the recommendations and guidelines.
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  • Digital PhD defence goes global

    2020-05-12
    The first in a series of digital PhD thesis defences took place at Jönköping International Business School (JIBS)  and became quite an international event. Participants and spectators tuned in to the doctoral defence from Sweden, Rwanda, the UK and Spain.
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  • Celebrate Spring with Jönköping University

    2020-04-27
    This year’s Spring Celebration will be broadcasted digitally by livestream. Take part of the event via our website and celebrate with us in the comfort of your own home.
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  • More educational places for Jönköping University

    2020-04-24
    Due to the change in conditions of the Swedish labor market as a result of the coronavirus, more people will want to study in higher education. The Swedish Government has therefore proposed an increase in the number of places within higher education. Jönköping University has been granted more educational places for summer courses and basic year studies
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  • Scale to assess Covid-19 fears could help save lives

    2020-04-22
    A scale that assesses the level of fear of Covid-19 among the general population has been developed by an international team of researchers led by Amir Pakpour, Professor of Health Psychology at Qazvin University in Iran and affiliated researcher at the School of Health and Welfare, Jönköping University. The scale is now being used in research in over 30 countries worldwide and hopes to complement clinical efforts by identifying the need for education about the virus and support for those affected by the pandemic.
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  • Support for companies during corona crisis – “We’ve been able to help”

    2020-04-21
    Jerker Moodysson, Dean of Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) is part of ‘Framtidskompassen’ an initiative started by The Harbor to give free advice to local companies who are struggling through the coronavirus crisis.“We’ve had two sessions so far and have already been able to help some companies,” says Jerker Moodysson.
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  • "It's extra important to be critical to sources in times of crisis"

    2020-04-08
    In times of crisis, like the coronavirus pandemic, it is crucial to be extra critical to sources, according to Hannes Ewehag, lecturer and programme director at the School of Education and Communication, Jönköping University.
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  • Innovation race to find solutions for Covid-19

    2020-04-02
    This week, 15 student teams took part in the JIBS Entrepreneurship Challenge 2020, which this year took place online due to the coronavirus outbreak. Working remotely, the competitors were asked to come up with innovative business solutions for companies struggling under the shadow of Covid-19.
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  • Students at Jönköping University assist elderly in COVID-19 risk groups

    2020-03-27
    Students at Jönköping University have started a volunteer initiative called Corona Solidarity Network Jönköping and Corona in Skaraborg via social media. The purpose is to help people who have trouble running errands because of the coronavirus – and the willingness to help is huge.
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Research

  • Research on how the business sector contributes in the corona crisis

    2020-05-19
    Joakim Netz, assistant professor at the School of Engineering, Jönköping University, conducts research on how the business sector is adapting and making contributions for the corona crisis. Recently it was announced that the project will be funded by the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency.
    Läs mer
  • New thesis – Is East Africa ready for monetary union?

    2020-05-11
    In 2014, the East African Community (EAC) signed a protocol of establishing a monetary union between them. However, are the five countries Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and South Sudan ready for an integrated economy of this kind? A new thesis from Jönköping International Business School examines this question.
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  • Scale to assess Covid-19 fears could help save lives

    2020-04-22
    A scale that assesses the level of fear of Covid-19 among the general population has been developed by an international team of researchers led by Amir Pakpour, Professor of Health Psychology at Qazvin University in Iran and affiliated researcher at the School of Health and Welfare, Jönköping University. The scale is now being used in research in over 30 countries worldwide and hopes to complement clinical efforts by identifying the need for education about the virus and support for those affected by the pandemic.
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  • Ulrika Börjesson co-author to article in a migration-edition of the European Journal of Social Work

    2020-03-24
    The article The concept of home – unaccompanied youths voices and experiences written by Ulrika Börjesson, assistant professor at the Department of Social Work, the School of Health and Welfare, Jönköping University and Åsa Söderqvist Forkby, assistant professor at the Institution of Social Work, Linneaus University was published online by the European Journal of Social Work in mid-January. The article will also be published in the printed version of the journal, in a special edition about migration.
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  • Experience CHILD at Upptech - a very successful day!

    2020-03-06
    Saturday 29 February the research environment CHILDopens in new window invited children, youths as well as parents and staff working with children to an exciting day filled with activities at Upptech Science Center in Jönköping.
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  • JU researchers advance in the innovation competition "From exclusion to internet"

    2020-02-14
    Sofi Fristedt, School of Health and Welfare and Ulli Samuelsson, School of Education and Communication, are together with Stockholm based company Ampd AB one of 21 projects which have advanced in the The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (Post- and - telestyrelsen or PTS) innovation comptetition ”From exclusion to internet" ("Från utanför till internet").
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  • Deficiencies in healthcare a contributing factor to suicide

    2020-01-13
    I en ny studie har forskare vid Hälsohögskolan, Jönköping University och Lunds universitet undersökt alla suicidfall som anmäldes enligt Lex Maria till Inspektionen för vård och omsorg (IVO) under 2015. Resultaten visar att brister i sjukvården anses ha varit en bidragande faktor i 55% av fallen.
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  • Teaching for the Learning of Additive Part-whole Relations

    2019-12-20
    With her research, Anna-Lena Ekdahl wants to deepen the knowledge of what can distinguish teaching where relationships between number parts and whole are seen as the basis for learning addition and subtraction for children aged 5-8 years. Anna-Lena had her dissertation at the School of Education and Communication at Jönköping University with her thesis Teaching for the Learning of Additive Part-Whole Relations: The Power of Variation and Connections.
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  • Frida Lygnegård in the finale of Researchers’ Grand Prix 2019

    2019-12-03
    Summarising a doctoral thesis in four minutes is not a simple task. Making it easily understandable and inspiring is even harder. Frida Lygnegård, School of Health and Welfare, Jönköping University, can do all these things, which she got to show off when she was one of only eight contestants in the finale of the prestigious contest Researchers’ Grand Prix 2019.
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  • Horizon 2020 Funding Workshop

    2019-11-21
    Workshop on the two programmes: "Europe in a changing world – Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies (SC.6)" and "Science with and for Society (SwafS)".
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Content updated 2017-06-21
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