There will be lots of new student representatives on councils, boards and committees as well as on the university board soon. The results of the 2022 university elections are in, and turnout is back at pre-Covid levels.
In English, the Danish pronoun ‘hver’ can be translated with both ‘each’ and ‘every’. But when should you use one over the other?
In many cases, the…
In a previous language tip (available from the link below), we have dealt with how to form possessives of nouns and pronouns (i.e. marking that one…
What is personal data, and where is the line between ordinary and sensitive personal data? If you’re unsure, you’re not alone. And the answer is not always simple.
AU now has a carpooling club that will make it fast and easy to find colleagues and students who are going your way. Join the club on the Ta’Med app and help reduce AU’s climate footprint.
If you need to travel for work, the university encourages you to choose the most climate-friendly form of travel – and to think twice about whether the trip is really necessary. AU’s revised travel policy will contribute to reducing the university’s carbon footprint.
An appositive is a noun or noun phrase that elaborates or describes the noun to which it is next.
Often, an appositive is parenthetical, i.e. it…
Thanks to a national partnership between universities in Denmark, you can now apply for access to supercomputing power for your research project. DeiC will allocate this access in the autumn, and the deadline to apply is 4 October.
Varying your language makes your written work more interesting and keeps the reader engaged. Below are listed three ways to add variety to your…
Do you have a daring, innovative research project in the works? Or a potentially groundbreaking publication on the way? If so, you can apply for funding from the Aarhus University Research Foundation to help make that project a reality. The AUFF application deadline is 7 September.
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