Vice-Chancellor’s Reflections

On this page I will with some regularity share thoughts and reflections regarding situations and matters that I come across in my role as Vice-Chancellor. It can be high and low, internal or external. I have no intention to give a complete description nor a representative picture of what the management is working with. Just my personal reflections.

Gender Science and Misinformation

Publicerad: 2018-11-01

I was recently directed to a column in Blekinge Läns Tidning (BLT), October 26, which argues that the research in Gender Science should be discontinued. The column was caused by an email from 26 Gender Science researchers to the Vice-Chancellors at Sweden’s universities, including the undersigned, where they expressed concerns for the future of their […]

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On Open Access

Publicerad: 2018-10-24

The time is running out for those scientific publishers that drain our researchers (in the end the tax payers!) from resources. At least judging from the “Plan S” that stipulates an accelerated transition to publications only in “compliant open access journals” from January 1, 2020. The nordic universities (NUS) have adopted this plan. As you […]

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October

Publicerad: 2018-10-01

So, a month has passed since I started as the Vice-Chancellor for BTH. I have of course many impressions and a lot to talk about. But I choose to focus on one thing that has stuck on my head right now. It is grounded in the employer’s survey that was performed in May this year. […]

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September

Publicerad: 2018-09-18

So, my first week at BTH is over. It has been characterized by many new meetings and impressions, and quite a few interviews and photo sessions. It has been a lot of fun to meet all new students and my new coworkers. I am thankful to all I have met so far for the positive […]

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