Ditte Viktorp Holm, PhD: What’s top of mind for you right now? Passing my PhD today. The title of my thesis is ‘The Poetics of Participation’.
Niels Henrik Larsen, Director of International Programs: What’s top of mind for you right now? I’d like to experience as many cities as possible. I’m a big city man. Nature’s lovely but big cities are better.
Luna Blicher, International Shipping & Trade: What’s top of mind for you right now? Exams. I’ve just finished one and I’ve got another one tomorrow. I’m feeling the pressure.
Filipe António Bonito Vieira, PhD Student in Economics: What’s top of mind for you right now? My family! I became a dad six months ago.
Kristine Lysemose Hoffmann, HA (Kom): What’s top of mind for you right now? To find out what makes me happy and become more aware of it…so I can figure out how to make every day a good day.
Jesper Høegh Madsen, International Program Manager: What’s top of mind for you right now? We just finished doing up our apartment. So it’s all about enjoying that right now!
Gitte Kramhøft Jakobsen, Head of Programme Management, MBA Programmes: What’s top of mind for you right now? I’m focusing a lot on creating balance and presence in relation to having a long working life.
Tam Thien Nguyen, Administrative Officer, International Programs: What’s top of mind for you right now? Work, work, work. We need to increase our cooperation with universities all over the world. My work is very busy right now.
Bo Christensen, Professor, Department of Marketing: What makes you nostalgic? Family history. I grew up on heathland with open landscapes
Kristiana Gerova, BSc in Business Admin and Digital Management: What makes you nostalgic? Talking to my friends from my home country Bulgaria and listening to old songs.
Zaqi Jan Rafiq, BSc in Business Adm and Info Systems: What makes you nostalgic? Life before it got serious! Now it’s getting more and more serious.
Justyna Bekier, PhD Fellow, Department of Operations Management: What makes you nostalgic? My mom’s collection of old holiday pictures.
Andrea Beye, PhD Fellow, Department of Operations Management: What makes you nostalgic? Kids playing football… the most beautiful moments in my life.
Sara Jebbar, MSc Advanced Economics and Finance: What makes you nostalgic? Moroccan food and dance – the vibes from home with nice weather and beaches.
Emil Solberg Mikkelsen, BSc in Business Admin and Phil: What makes you nostalgic? The smell of the sea and wood tar from the house where I spent my childhood. I grew up by the sea in a house built of timber.
Dina Bekkevold Lingås, research assistant, Department of Operations Management: What makes you nostalgic? Folk music from my hometown of Trondheim in Norway. I haven’t been home for one and a half years.
The government wants to move 7,000 study places outside the biggest cities. Mark Lorenzen, Economic Geographer at CBS, explains why that will not necessarily help medium-sized cities. Making the cities attractive to live in is a more efficient way of spending the money, or you risk wasting opportunities, he says.
Two gender and diversity researchers from CBS reply to accusations from politicians Henrik Dahl and Morten Messerschmidt, who state that they have no trust in gender and migration studies and claim that the research is politics and activism in disguise. “We are happy and open to having discussions based on evidence, not on liking and disliking,” says Florence Villesèche, one of the researchers.
CBS’ study administration is gearing up to welcome new students and reboot campus life for second- and third-year students. The students coming to CBS will be different after having coronavirus as a companion for 1.5 years claim three CBS employees working on this year’s study start.
The President of CBS and the Dean of Education answered questions from CBS staff regarding two government proposals that could lead to significant cuts in the intake of CBS students. Staff members asked about a hiring stop, the international environment, and what action CBS is taking to argue against the proposals. The President of CBS encouraged staff members to forward input for the coming debates.
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