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Hedda Andersson visiting professorship at BECC and the CEC

Professor Alexandra-Maria Klein, from the University of Freiburg, will be the holder of a Hedda Andersson visiting professorship during 2019 and 2020. The Centre of Environmental and Climate research, CEC, and the strategic research area Biodiversity and Ecosystem in a Changing Climate, BECC, will act as professor Klein´s hosts during her stay at Lund University.
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Alexandra-Maria Klein is working on biodiversity and ecosystem services research. During her stay in Lund Professor Klein will develop her research on multiple and interacting stressors for bees and work on a crop pollination book for stakeholders.

The planned activities of Professor Klein has the stated ambition to increase gender equality among researchers at the university. Her activities will include gender discussion across all levels of a scientific career, including interactions with the research school ClimBEco and early-career scientists in BECC.

- Given the broad engagement in BECC across Lund University, this visiting professorship can benefit both research and gender equality at multiple departments at several faculties, says Henrik Smith, director at the CEC and the coordinator of BECC.

The aim of the Hedda Andersson visiting professorship is to stimulate an even gender balance among Lund University professors.

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