”My studies in Örebro widened my perspectives”, says Nataliya Gumenyuk
There is so much we can achieve if we work across disciplines, says Johan Schnürer. One of his initiatives originates from his commitment to sustainability.
Digital technology when correctly used in third grade teaching enabled pupils to considerably improve their performance.
Stress, anxiety, headaches and stomach aches decreased in teenage girls dancing without the pressure of achievement.
Annika Ehlers, an exchange student from Hanover, praises the campus life in Örebro, "It is easy to get to know other students here, which is quite difference from Germany."
The twelfth floor of a high-rise in central Kiev is where Hromadske TV has its office. As Ukraine’s first independent TV station it played a prominent role during the protests on the Maidan Square; events that unfolded in late 2013.
Johan Schnürer has just taken up the post as vice-chancellor of Örebro University but the starting blocks are already out for a number of initiatives. One of these originates from his commitment to sustainability and food-related issues.
It has been an exciting journey. Smashing fun! That’s how Jens Schollin sums up his career before leaving his duties at Örebro University. And not surprisingly, he does it with the same enthusiasm and good humour that characterised his eight years as...