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Faculty Office

The faculty office supports the faculty's management, departments, boards and committees. The faculty office is located in the Astronomy Building, Sölvegatan 27. The service point for internal mail is HS 39.

  • To market the faculty’s courses and study programmes to potential students through, for example, higher education fairs, campaigns, podcasts, films and student ambassadors who spread the word about the programmes.
  • To raise the profile of the faculty’s research, for example through press releases, lists of experts and tips for journalists.
  • To arrange events aimed at employees, potential students and the general public.
  • To facilitate the flow of information, highlighting different parts of the faculty through, for example, newsletters, the faculty’s websites and the Lund University Magazine, LUM.
  • To provide support and advice on communication issues to the faculty management, faculty office and departments, as well as providing communication support in crisis situations.
  • To provide communication support for change management projects, such as the establishment of Science Village.
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Helena Bergqvist

Communication officer

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Lena Björk Blixt

Communication officer

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Johanne Elde

Communications manager

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  • To develop, lead and administer the ongoing and strategic work of the Study Programmes Board and the Research Programmes Board. This work is undertaken alongside the vice dean for first and second-cycle studies and the vice dean for third-cycle studies.
  • To develop a fair process for the faculty’s educational matters and support the quality assurance process so that the education fulfils the national goals for first, second and third-cycle education.
  • To provide advice and assistance on educational matters to the faculty management and departments, as well as coordinating and reporting to the University’s central administration.
  • To plan, administer and develop the faculty’s international student exchanges and give advice and support to faculty management, departments and students.
  • To prioritise and initiate activities that afford students increased contacts with employers during their education, as well as coordinating the faculty’s alumni activities.
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Ina Alexandersson

Programmes director, first and second cycle studies

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Amanda Areblad

Education coordinator, first and second cycle studies

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Constance Holmbäck

Administrative coordinator

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Aleksandra Popovic

Education coordinator, third cycle studies

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Benedicte Sato Arentzen

Administrative coordinator, third cycle studies

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Marie Brink

International coordinator

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Mikael Nyblom

International coordinator

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  • To produce a budget, forecasts, follow-up and closure of accounts at faculty level, and to distribute state funding according to the model for first and second-cycle education and research.
  • To support and coordinate the departments’ work with financial processes so that these become uniform, efficient and fit for purpose.
  • To produce financial documents and analyses for the faculty management and to provide the University’s central administration with the faculty’s financial information.

  • To support the faculty management and the departments in HR issues and questions pertaining to organisation and leadership.
  • To administer various kinds of HR processes.
  • To support work with the recruitment and promotion of staff.
  • To provide support on issues relating to work environment, gender equality and equal opportunities.
  • To coordinate negotiations, salary setting and salary review.
  • To provide support for managers on issues relating to rehabilitation and transition.
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Karin Häggblad

Human resources coordinator

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Helen Johansson

Human resources coordinator

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Eva Jurlander

Human resources administrator

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Ragnhild Möller

Work environment coordinator

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Gunilla Thylander

Head of human resources

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Tina Olsson

Human resources coordinator

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Caroline Schillén

Human resources coordinator

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  • To provide administrative support to the Faculty Board, faculty management, the Presiding Committee, Management Council, Research Board and Nominating Committee.
  • To deal with consultation responses, research and infrastructure issues, elections and the process of appointing honorary doctors.
  • To coordinate IT issues, administer the staff and address catalogue Lucat and provide system support for the booking of premises and scheduling.
  • To deal with issues around the planning of premises and investigating and processing cases related to renovation or new-build projects.
  • To provide support with archiving, registration of documents and data protection.