JU students light up the Nobel Prize Museum
Eleven students from the Lighting Design and Lighting Technology programme at the School of Engineering (JTH), Jönköping University (JU),...
JU students broadcast live for Music Aid
This year's Radio K Bryr Sig (RKBS) kicks off on the morning of Thursday December 7th and will last until the evening of Friday December ...
Jönköping International Business School solidifies its position as a leading European Business School
On 4 December, the Financial Times published its latest ranking of the top European Business Schools. Climbing another six places from la...
Sustainability in focus at this year's last JU Live
Thursday 30 November, marked the final edition of this year's lecture series, JU Live. The speaker for the day was Thomas Cyron, Assistant Professor in Business Administration at Jönköping International Business Schoo...
Culture on Prescription improves mental health
People with mental illness or long-term pain who have participated in cultural activities together with others feel better. This according to a study by Paula Bergman, PhD student at the School of Health and Welfare a...
Low-educated are more influenced by their environment in vaccine decisions
Making the decision to be vaccinated is not only an individual process but it is strongly influenced by the information we receive from our surroundings. A new research study from Jönköping International Business Scho...