CBS is struggling to achieve gender balance in some areas of the organization. Therefore, a gender equality plan has been introduced to help even out differences and create a more inclusive and diverse culture. “We don’t want to just lean back and accept that, for example, more men are occupying professorships than women. We need to address these issues,” says Alex Klinge, one of the authors of the gender equality plan.
16 May 2022
“I saw first-hand the mountain of fruit and vegetables discarded by the general markets… it was shocking!”
Reflow, the largest EU coordinated CBS project ever approved, is ending, but for the project’s main architect and coordinator Associate Professor in Management Control at CBS Cristiana Parisi, this is just the beginning. Reflow’s small green interventions give citizens the drive to do more. The project included three-year pilot projects in the cities of Vejle, Amsterdam, Berlin, Paris, Milan and Cluj-Napoca, and focused on recycling and reusing waste.
04 May 2022
Need help settling in Copenhagen? Rukun Munshi has made a solution to help international students in Denmark
A lot of international students are struggling getting settled when they move to Copenhagen. Now a group of innovative CBS students has founded their own company called HOOSET, which aims to help students with all the practicalities necessary for living in Copenhagen.
03 May 2022
How do you build a tech company? What are the dos and don’ts? At CBS’ newly launched Tech Day, multi-investor and CEO of Blazar Capital Christian Arnstedt revealed insights on this exact topic to curious CBS students interested in tech start-ups. His first tip was to never trust your mother’s opinion of your ideas.
28 Apr 2022
CBS still has a long way to go to meet its sustainability goals for 2025. Especially when it comes to reducing waste and sorting garbage, says Director of Campus Services René Steffensen. “The coronavirus pandemic made it difficult for us to remain focused on our sustainability goals and we are still not very good at sorting our waste,” he states. But there might be a solution.
27 Apr 2022
“When the Queen’s Gambit miniseries came out, I think I was contacted by at least one journalist every day for a very long time”
Chess has gained the reputation of an intense sport, with esteemed world champions, child prodigies and bearded old masters – a complicated game that involves spending hours in hushed rooms hunched over the checkered board. However, those are not the only players on the field – or board: CBS houses a masterclass player of its own.
27 Apr 2022
People are often more innovative than they give themselves credit for, according to CBS researcher Pedro Oliveira. And so he has developed a platform that invites everyone to share their ideas on how to help Ukrainian war victims in their dire situation. The DIY solutions include how to make a phone charger out of a wireless drill, and how to help secure shelter for the many refugees.
20 Apr 2022
The new job satisfaction survey at CBS shows, among other things, a lack of trust in the Senior Management and problems with harassment and bullying. Acting CBS President Inger Askehave is “sad that these problems exist” and states that she will actively attempt to fight them. Read her views on the results of the report here.
19 Apr 2022
The four CBS education programs slated for closure under the regionalization agreement are small and unique programs, even though the regionalization agreement claims that small education programs that are not available elsewhere cannot be shut down. CBS student and initiator of the Student Rebellion, Morten Levinsen, is shocked and unhappy at the prospect of the four education programs closing. He is backed by two political parties that have withdrawn from the agreement altogether.
08 Apr 2022