With over 100 students exhibiting their degree projects with scientific posters of their findings, Thesis Day was a great success. After two years of digital events, this year’s Thesis Day was held physically at Alnarp and Ultuna campuses.
The event included a poster exhibition and oral presentations, an awards ceremony, as well as a much appreciated recognition ceremony, where the students received a rose and thank you.
In addition to the live events, Thesis Day included a digital poster exhibition with all the posters, a summary of the project and information about the students. All posters have a focus on sustainability from different perspectives. The exhibition has already had over 500 visitors and will be open until next year’s Thesis Day.
The celebration continued with music, food & beverages, mingle and lots of fun photos taken in the photo booths.
Recap of the events in Alnarp and Ultuna
Niclas Östlund, Business developer at Green Innovation Park and alumnus of the Landscape architecture programme guided the students and guests through the afternoon’s programme. Christina Lunner Kolstrup, Dean of Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop Production Science, welcomed everyone, followed by five interesting student presentations about various topics related to green spaces and sustainable urban development.
The official program ended with an awards ceremony, where alumna of the year 2022, Annika Bergman, handed out the awards and a recognition ceremony for all students led by Christina Lunner Kolstrup.
In Alnarp, for the first time, Thesis Day was followed by a closing ceremony for all graduating students and their guests. This was organised by the Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop Production Science.
Fanny Blom, Project manager at STUNS and alumna of the Agricultural programme – Economics and Management, moderated the programme at Ultuna. Dean Torleif Härd provided the opening remarks to kick off the event. This was followed by four exciting student presentations about a range of topics – the secret language of sled dogs, the Sustainability Declaration, EU taxonomy and gender equality in banks.
The program ended with an awards ceremony and closing remarks by Anna Lundhagen, Pro Vice-Chancellor, collaboration and environmental monitoring and assessment.
The celebration continued with music, food & beverages, mingle and lots of fun photos taken in the photo booth.
Photographers: Anton Caringer, Anna Englund, Annica Hultfeldt, Johan Wahlgren