For heads of departments/units/divisions
Heads and managers at different levels within SLU need relevant information to carry out their mission. Here is a list web pages of various kinds, including news and events, that may be of interest.
SLU:s Agenda 2030-dag
Agenda 2030: SLU's sustainability day email@example.com Global Goals logotype. Illustration: UN The global goals were adopted by the world's countries in 2015 and now we are halfway to 2030.
Here you can find calls for funding, information about SLU's most common funders, tools, guidelines and advice to help you find, apply for and manage external funding. At the bottom of each page you
SLU internal funds
Faculties and platforms may have some funds that you as an employee can apply for. List of internal calls Seed money to strengthen and support internal cooperation on water at SLU Funds available via
Here is where you find the funding for your project.
A summary of SLU Forest Damage Centre’s first two years
In 2021, SLU got the assignment to start-up the SLU Forest Damage Centre. Now there is an annual report available that summarizes the centre’s work during the last two years as well as vision and
If you are coordinating a large, collaborative proposal or project, the Grants Office can support you with seed money or a coordinator’s premium. Please send us your seed money applications at least
Invoice management in Proceedo
SLU manage the supplier invoices in Proceedo – the same system as we use for e-purchases. Manage invoices in Proceedo The invoice flow : Three people /roles are involved in the invoice flow: The
The Swedish Infrastructure for Ecosystem Science (SITES) aims to enable researchers like you to enhance field-based ecosystem research by supporting a network of field stations across Sweden. SITES
Here are some general facts of SLU that are useful when working on applications to different funding bodies. Official name: Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet Postal (official) address: Box 7070, 750 07
Gender/Sex Dimensions in Research
There are increasing demands from funders that you indicate whether there is a gender/sex dimension in your proposed research and how you plan to address this through your research design,
Project implementation and reporting
When a proposal is successful, there is usually a lot of work connected to starting up and implementing the project, whether SLU is the coordinator or a partner. In particular, being involved as a
At the Grants Office, we continuously monitor future funding opportunities suitable for SLU researchers, with a focus on SLU’s major external funders, particularly the European Framework Programme.