IT Contact information

IT support

Saemundur Grettisson and Snorri Karlsson.

SU IT helpdesk

helpdesk@it.su.se. Phone 08-161999

Web and communication, except for course descriptions, SUDA and SpADE event updates:

Leila Zoubir

To publish course descriptions and course information on our web page

studentexp@sociology.su.se (Anna Borén)

SUDA and SpADE events webpage:

Kathrin Morosow

E-mail and IT Support

Web sites and Web Publishing

Main websites

Your personal website - profile page

Here you can find a link to your personal SU profile page: http://www.sociology.su.se/english/about-us/contact/staff

By clicking on the link and then “Edit my profile” you can edit the profile to show a photo of yourselves, a short summary of your work, information on publications, teaching, CV, etc.

Each employee at Stockholm University has their own profile page. You can find a guide on how to edit it here:

English instructions: http://www.su.se/english/staff-info/services/information-communication/profile-pages

Swedish instructions: http://www.su.se/medarbetare/it/st%C3%B6dsystem/polopoly/profilsidor

Sociology website – Staff - internal news and information from the department.

General administrative information:

SU Staff website: http://www.su.se/medarbetare/

English staff website: http://www.su.se/english/staff-info

E-mail lists

* alla@sociology.su.se : list for all department employees

* doktorandlistan@sociology.su.se : list for doctoral students

* sudak@sociology.su.se : Invitations to the SUDA colloquium

Use the internal newsletter instead of e-mailing alla@sociology.su.se

At the Department of Sociology, we have an internal newsletter instead of regular staff meetings. You are most welcome to email leila.zoubir@sociology.su.se if you want to share some information with your colleagues! More information on the content and publishing plan for the autumn semester can be found here.

Mondo

Mondo is the portal for education/courses https://mondo.su.se/portal

* Doctoral student page in Mondo “Sociologidoktorander”: information on issues relevant for doctoral students, handbooks, conference grants, etc.