All the cooling units on top of the A building at Campus Kristiansand will be replaced. This means that the main entrance will be a construction site, with hoisting of equipment and a walkway through container tunnels. This is not noisy work, and it will take place until mid-June.
Happy Easter to all. Even though many restrictions are in place in Agder due to coronavirus, there is much to do in our campus towns. Nice but cold weather is ideal for activities. Below you can find coronavirus advice, and further down, tips for an active holiday close to home.
Here is a greeting from Sunniva Whittaker, rector at UiA, and Olea Norset, leader of the Student Organisation in Agder (STA) with information about new measures after Easter. Thanks for your wonderful efforts, and have a great Easter!
Are you a PhD Research Fellow in Agder with a sense of communication? Join the Researchers’ Grand Prix 2021! Learn science communication and present your research in a big show in Kristiansand on Thursday 23 September. Application deadline is 26 April.
Update 5 April: The Government has extended the measures until 12 April, and UiA until Friday 16 April. Students should check changes in lectures on Canvas, and employees will continue working from home.
The People’s Movement for the Protection of the Local Hospital has fought to preserve local hospitals throughout the country for a long time. Two researchers from the University of Agder have mapped this struggle.
The business community in Agder, represented by business associations and business parks, signs a new agreement with the University of Agder (UiA) renewing cooperation on education and skills upgrading.