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Guide

Five fun events in Copenhagen in the next months to not miss

News

Feedback: From worst in class to lots of initiatives

CBS is worst in class when it comes to giving sufficient feedback to the students. To make up for this, a pilot project with the aim of giving selected students more feedback, in the form of quizzes, click tests, and Q&A sessions, has been running for the past year. A professor of feedback asks that CBS remembers to look at feedback in a broader sense.

Guide

The time of the season

The time has come to get outdoors and enjoy the weather. And what better for the heat than a nice, chilled bottle of bubbles. If you are unsure where and when to drink which bottle of wine or champagne, CBS student Julian Johansen from the student organization CBS Wine, has got your back.

Webdoc

Hellbound

At the metal festival, Copenhell, more than 23,000 people joined to enjoy a type of music which has other people wrinkling their noses, covering their ears, and asking whether you worship Satan. CBS WIRE met with three people from CBS to ask why they went to ‘hell’.

ResearcherZone

Leaders should experiment more

New research shows that a more practical and experimental approach creates better management.

Visual stories

Humans of CBSbyLisbeth Holten

Photo essay

Between Rikshas and Tata buses: Doing Field Research in Bangladesh

Before handing in her thesis, Sarah Jensen from CBS found herself in the streets of Bangladesh with her thesis partner to investigate female entrepreneurship and financial inclusion. Hit the road together with her in her photo essay and read about her experiences.

Gif of the week

News

F1 keys: And then there were none

Someone has been stealing the F1 button from the keyboards in the exam room at Dalgas Have campus, and this has caused problems for the IT department. The campus desk coordinator, Pernille Kjærsgaard asks that they be returned, as there are serious costs involved with replacing the keyboards.

News

Fake news fighter: Nation sponsored dis-information worries me

The EU Commission has appointed CBS Professor, Ravi Vatrapu, along with four other global experts to advise on a code of practice on how to stop the spreading of fake news and disinformation. Ravi Vatrapu is confident about the future, but nation-state sponsored disinformation on social media worries him.

News / Film

CBS goes to Bornholm

Folkemødet is a bit like Roskilde Festival. More than 100,000 people – including students and staff from CBS - visit the festival on Bornholm to engage in debates, events, and celebrate democracy. Watch the films and hear what the President of CBS, students, researchers, and staff from CBS got out of Folkemødet.

News / Film

The sounds of witches

Witch-hunting is part of Denmark’s dark heritage, and it is a story about the silencing of a group of people. Associate Professors from CBS, Ana Maria Munar and Mads Bødker, want to give voices to the witches and tell their stories through sound bites for the coming witch museum in Ribe.

It is an increasing challenge that a lot of students think the outcome of a university degree is to get the highest grades. But the real outcome should be to know the most! Per Holten-Andersen, President of CBS

News

CBS wants to turn down the tobacco industry

The Senior Management at CBS recommends a policy where CBS does not accept any kind of funding directly from tobacco companies. If the policy is decided on, it may result in a stop of the sale of tobacco on CBS’ campus. But that is up for discussion. The Senior Management will make the final decision in the Autumn, and it can potentially make CBS a frontrunner among other Danish universities.

Selfish

Selfish golden frame

Meet the Danes

Midsummer in denmark

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