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Markus Gunneflo appointed new coordinator for graduate school on critical societal challenges, Sustainability and Agenda 2030

Portrait of Markus Gunneflo. Photo.
Markus Gunneflo, the new coordinator of the Agenda 2030 Graduate School. Photo: Kennet Rouna

Late last year, Markus Gunneflo was appointed by the vice-chancellor to lead the Lund University Agenda 2030 graduate school. Markus has always felt at home in interdisciplinary environments, and working with PhD students has been the most enjoyable part of his professional life. A perfect combination for the new coordinator of the Agenda 2030 Graduate School.
"I am excited about my new role and the Graduate School is beneficial for the University. It brings together young researchers and explores some of our most important issues for the future."

At the turn of the year, Kristina Jönsson passed on the baton as coordinator of Lund University's Agenda 2030 Graduate School, having built it up since its beginning five years ago. The graduate school was the first of its kind in Sweden and is part of the university's strategic sustainability initiative. The need for interdisciplinary collaboration was recognised in order to address the large and complex sustainability challenges facing society. The graduate school includes 30 doctoral students from all eight faculties, and research topics range from the Amazon rainforest to the rights of EU migrants and single-use medical devices. 

Agenda 2030 Graduate School

Markus Gunneflos research in the Research Portal