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CBS applies for STARS sustainability certification

To qualify for STARS sustainability certification, CBS must report on its performance in a range of areas such as energy, curriculum, diversity and food, and maintain policies for achieving sustainability. Also, a new CBS handbook will question employees on whether they actually need new phones or other equipment.

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I tested positive for Covid-19 at the beginning of the week. Bad timing? Much more than I ever thought it would be

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CBS Board approves to close four programs – now the students will take the fight straight to Parliament

“We believe this is a set-back for diversity at CBS,” says Mads Taudal Nyeng, President of CBS Students. Morten Levinsen, the spokesperson from The Student Rebellion is disappointed by the lack of support from the Board.

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Bullshit management phrases or perfection of power?

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Tivoli and CBS students join forces to troubleshoot a real dilemma

External lecturer Østergaard Jacobsen decided to invite himself for coffee in Tivoli, and bringing 110 of his EMF students along for a marketing brainstorm. Luckily Tivoli was along for the ride.

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The Student Rebellion at CBS: We urge the board of CBS to reject the proposal

“The fight isn’t over. We are far from happy with the adjusted plan. The student protesters are in 100% solidarity among the study programs,” says Morten Levinsen from the BSc in Business Administration and Philosophy and spokesperson for The Student Rebellion at CBS.

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Senior Management listens to the students and adjusts plan for study place reductions

After massive protests and internal consultations, the Senior Management will no longer close the BSc in Business Administration and Philosophy and the MSocSC in Organizational Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Instead, the study places will be achieved by reducing intakes across several bachelor’s and master’s programs. The new plan will cost CBS around DKK 5 million more a year and will be presented to the Board for final approval on 2 December.

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I want to buy my worn-out CBS computer and got a no – so what happens now?

Every year, the number of electronic devices used increases by 2.5 billion tons, and according to the European Parliament, very little of it is recycled. What does CBS do to reduce and recycle its electronic waste? CBS WIRE asked the Head of IT Support.

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1,000 fewer women will get a CBS education

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“We risk losing out on future change makers, innovators, and female entrepreneurs who are so desperately needed”

CBS’ first program devoted to teaching entrepreneurship is in line for closure. Former line coordinator and teacher at the MSocSc in Organizational Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Christina Lubinski, criticizes the Senior Management’s focus on unemployment rates and fears that the start-up environment in Denmark will suffer.

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Autumn in Copenhagen: Charlottenlund Fort, the Glyptotek and Danish smørrebrød

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Senior Management schedules extra hearing for students in wake of protests

“We use the hearings to see whether input from the organization can give grounds for adjusting the plan,” says Inger Askehave, the Acting President of CBS. She and the Dean of Education, Gregor Halff, also answer questions regarding whether CBS can live up to its strategy and how they will avoid layoffs.

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CBS entrepreneurs discover a gap in the market: Digital gallery brings art straight to customers

A longing for the colourful bazars of Turkey, overflowing with products crafted by local artisans, fuelled the idea for a new student-founded start-up that brings local art, in a digital gallery, to everyday consumers.

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Student Guidance Counselor Thomas Gylling: When he lost his “academic virginity” at CBS in 1986, he was completely mind-blown. Back then, it was all about excitement and having fun. But for today’s students, things have changed…

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Professor:  “This will destroy CBS’ integrative function in the Danish education system”

Professors Niels Åkerstrøm Andersen and Bent Meier Sørensen call the Senior Management’s proposal to close six CBS programs “a return to an ordinary business school” and “a hurried decision” and blame the management for sitting idly by for months and not listening to employees’ suggestions.

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