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March 2, 2021 | Maria Johansson

Passionate food creator Susanna on creativity and healthy cooking

Susanna Bill describes herself as a passionate food creator, constantly on the hunt for new flavours and food experiences. During her career she has …
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February 19, 2021 | Zara Perez Heurlin

Q&A with a psychologist alumna

Curious about psychology studies at Lund University? In this week's alumni Q&A we talk to Madelaine Sundberg about her studies at the Psychology programme …
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January 4, 2021 | Maria Johansson

“Foodie” alumna on the ideal weekend breakfast

Breakfast, for some the best meal of the day. For others, something only consisting of a strong cup of coffee. And for some, a …
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December 21, 2020 | Maria Johansson

Alumna aiming for new business adventures in Kenya

Several times per year we have the pleasure of checking in with our alumni residing all around the world in our "LU Alumni around …
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December 15, 2020 | Zara Perez Heurlin

Alumna working with her biggest interest at Skissernas Museum

This week we meet alumna Annie Lindberg, who studied archival sciences at Lund University. Today she works at Skissernas Museum as acting director and …
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December 3, 2020 | Maria Johansson

A new career path led her to the top of electric road company

“I am CEO of Elonroad, where we are working to change how people transport themselves, so not an easy challenge”, explains Karin Ebbinghaus at the start of our digital interview. Karin is a Lund law graduate who has chosen to depart from the traditional career path of a lawyer to dedicate herself wholeheartedly to changing the transport and communication sector of the future. Karin describes her own career as an effect of what she calls "bananskalsprincipen" - her version of a Swedish proverb that means that sometimes in life you get opportunities based on pure coincidence.
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November 5, 2020 | Zara Perez Heurlin

Q&A with a Service Management alumna

Meet alumna Emily Knight who studied the Bachelor’s programme in Service Management at Lund University, 2016-2019. What have you been up to since you …
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September 24, 2020 | Maria Johansson

LTH alumna Nina Åxman is the Future Female Leader of 2020

A good combination of engineering, economics and management within the world of tech companies led Nina Åxman to choose to study Industrial Management and Engineering at Lund University’s Faculty of Engineering. It proved to be the right choice and has taken her to several exciting workplaces around the world. She is currently working as vice president for global operations at Sandvik Rock Tools, a job which has enabled her to work with both engineering and leadership. This year, she was appointed Future Female Leader of 2020.
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November 27, 2019 | Julia Lundh Rafstedt

A podcast for bad environmentalists

How can I be hopeful? How much trouble are we in? Is it my fault? These are some of the questions raised in “The …
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November 25, 2019 | Julia Lundh Rafstedt

Alumna debuts with feel-bad novel

Ethnologist, doctoral student and author are three words that describe alumna Linda Sturesson. In April earlier this year she released her debut novel Diskvalificering …
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