- Digital visit by over 100 high school students 22 februari 2021
- COVID-19-report, 19 February 19 februari 2021
- COVID-19-report, 12 February 12 februari 2021
- “Courses in the humanities provided a great deal of insight” 09 februari 2021
- New Vice-Chancellor's decision for spring 2021 regarding COVID-19 05 februari 2021
- COVID-19-report, 5 February 05 februari 2021
- The Language Workshop will be offering Drop-in tutorials 05 februari 2021
- The Student Health Service is here for students! 03 februari 2021
- Student Health Service with an international focus 01 februari 2021
- Covid-19-report, 29 January 29 januari 2021
- This semester's workshops and lectures from the Library 25 januari 2021
- COVID-19-report, 22 January 22 januari 2021
- The Vice-Chancellor's decision regarding COVID-19 is extended 22 januari 2021
- Nominate for the Pedagogical Awards 2021 19 januari 2021
- COVID-19-report, 15 January 15 januari 2021
- “Sweden’s basement rock could become a future key source of sustainable energy” 15 januari 2021
- COVID-19-report, 8 January 08 januari 2021
- Apply for funding from Uppsala University's climate pot 2021 04 januari 2021
- Libraries closed to the public and stricter requirements to work and study at home 21 december 2020
- Further tightening of the general guidelines to reduce the spread of COVID-19 18 december 2020
High School Girls in Digital Uptown Tech
30 November 2020
On 21 November, 50 high school girls participated in Uptown Tech, which this year was conducted digitally via Zoom.
The purpose of the event, which is usually organized on site at the Ångström Laboratory, is to inspire and give participants an idea of what it is like to study engineering in Uppsala.
The programme during the event consisted of four different workshops held by the programs in electrical engineering, nuclear technology, IT/data and mathematics. Participants could also watch a panel discussion between three students and an alumnus, join a live virtual tour of Ångström and ask questions about each program during a question and answer session at Zoom.
"We are very happy to have been able to conduct the event digitally and are ready for future digital events! We hope that the participants have had a good experience and look forward to read their evaluations," said Madeleine Jansson and Lovisa Svensson, project managers at the Faculty of Science and Technology.