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Årshögtiden 21 October 2017
Årshögtiden is comparable to the Nobel Prize Award. This year the HM King of Sweden will be present.
At Årshögtiden student marshals are participating. Student marshals hold flags, hand out programmes and help the guests find their way at the ceremony in Aula Nordica at 5 p.m. They hand out programmes at the lectures on Saturday midmorning.
As a thanking gesture the student marshals are invited to the evening banquet in Universum after the ceremony, with a three-course menu and dancing to Renhornen.
Dress code at the ceremony and banquet: White tie and tails and white waistcoat for men and evening gown for women. Student’s cap, white gloves and union ribbon must be worn.
Information and registration www.umu.se/english/about-umu/academic-ceremonies/autumn-ceremony/student-marshal.The registration is open until 20 September.
As part of an effort to improve health and wellness at Umeå University, the School of Sport Sciences has taken the initiative to wake up in the slumbering Student Sports Day.
Wednesday, September 13 is therefore filled with activities on and around the campus. All students and employees are welcome to attend. Drop-in is applied to all activities and of course it’s free of charge!
For full schedule visit facebook.com/umeauniversitet
Please note that employees attendance during working hours should be approved by your manager/head of your institution.
All lectures are held in Swedish. Lars Jonasson’s Effects of physical exercise on brain health in older adults at 1 pm in the Humanities building can be held in English on demand.