Independent University Newspaper
Copenhagen Business School
A 3D printer from CBS’ BITLAB, together with more than 500 3D printers in Denmark, has helped produce 63,644 visors for Danish health-care personnel. At the peak of the corona crisis, the health-care sector “was in desperate need,” says Michael Ford Folkmann, a student and IT Advisor at CBS who picked up the 3D printer at CBS and printed the visors from home while writing his master’s thesis.
28 May 2020
More than 2.5 months into the lockdown, CBS’ researchers are feeling the effects of Covid-19 – and in different ways, heads of department report. Fewer and more effective meetings are leaving time for finishing papers, and the situation is sparking new questions and projects related to coronavirus. But young researchers in particular are struggling under the heavy pressure to finish on time.
27 May 2020
As a bishop, Henrik Stubkjær has clerical responsibility for 200 pastors, approximately 1,300 parochial church council members, and 230 churches in the Diocese of Viborg. Before accepting the office of bishop, he sought theoretical knowledge to expand his leadership toolbox, and found what he was looking for on the school bench at CBS.
25 May 2020
The students of the international GLOBE program, which takes students to the States, CBS and Hong Kong, have been hit twice in succession. First, the Hong Kong protests let to rescheduling of the program, and then coronavirus regulations sent everyone home. Five students share their thoughts and experiences and hope to unite in Hong Kong in September. But will the protests return when coronavirus dies out?
20 May 2020
Is the coronavirus just a 'common cold'? Or are we 'at war' with an 'invisible enemy'? Our choice of metaphors has consequences in pandemic times.
22 May 2020
BOOK REVIEW: Every country has its own national humour community, and what Danes find funny can seem offensive to a Swede or Frenchman.
29 Jan 2020