He managed to make the cut of the Research Council. Rafi Ahmad at the Department of Biotechnology in Hamar can now continue his vital research on antibiotic resistance.
INN University will not send a new application for university accreditation until the autumn.
The war in Ukraine has put an end to much cooperation between the great powers – including in space and in terms of the world’s oceans. Can it ever be as peaceful as it had been?
Lillehammer makes it to the podium as the best student cities in Norway for 2022 are chosen.
INN University has launched a new doctoral degree in health and welfare and is looking for eight PhD students in several disciplines.
There’s a war in Europe. Several of INN University's researchers contribute in the media to help us understand what is happening in Ukraine and the world right now.
INN University is one of the partners when Eight University leaders confirm their commitment to the EMERGE Consortium.
As a student at INN University, you should know that you can get help if the situation in Ukraine makes you anxious and scared.
Developments in Ukraine are worsening with each passing day. “It's awful and shocking. Millions of people are suffering, and the consequences of the war are vast and seem to be steadily increasing,” says Peer Jacob Svenkerud, INN University’s rector.
Earlier this month, INN University received approval for two new doctoral degree programmes from the board of NOKUT. Those who have worked towards achieving this were delighted at the news.
INN University removes local COVID-19 measures, but reminds that national guidelines and recommendations still apply.
There is no correlation between physical activity and school performance, and only a slight correlation with mental health. This emerges from a doctoral thesis that concluded a large research project led by INN University.
The government has allocated funding to INN University to ensure that the study progression of students is maintained and that more social low-threshold services are provided.
INN University is set to switch to on-campus teaching as soon as possible and allows employees to return to the office.
Around 150 INN University students currently volunteer during the World Para Snow Sports Championships in Lillehammer. Axel Colin, Pauline Conrad and Wiebke Langenhan are among them.
INN University shall return to on-campus teaching as soon as possible but follows the government's order for home office work.
In the spring semester of 2022, 200 international exchange students have chosen INN University as their place of study, according to data from the international office.
The coronavirus measures that were introduced at INN University before Christmas still apply, pending any changes in national restrictions and recommendations.
INN University is switching to digital teaching, increased use of home exams and home office.
INN University is switching to increased digital teaching and digital home exams where it is academically justifiable. There is a transition to increased use of home office, as well.
There are fjords and mountains, but little in the way of city life in NRK's slow TV. The broadcasts provide a special picture of Norway, according to a media professor who published a book about the slow TV television phenomenon.
The Government’s new national coronavirus measures guide INN University, which as of today has not implemented additional local measures.
From 1 December, existing students can register for spring semester 2022 in Studentweb.
The Student Parliament is the students’ highest body at INN University. Parliamentary election is open until 6 December.
In 2016, INN University and NAV entered into a collaboration that is still bearing fruit.