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.
Emil Can Atan, HA (IT): What is making you feel great right now in this very moment? Beginning a new chapter and the thought that I’ll be here for many years to come.
Jamali Bodil Kawala Madsen, HA Almen: What is making you feel great right now in this very moment? The CBS togetherness and the whole study environment. And meeting all the guidance counsellors who have spent so much time and energy on giving us a great intro.
Shazaib Tahir, IBA: What is making you feel great right now in this very moment? I’ve just been coordinator for all the new students and it’s super seeing that they are all so happy. And driving to CBS on my motorbike … there’s free parking for students.
Hanne Niemann, Campus Services: What is making you feel great right now in this very moment? Meeting so many happy people and all my colleagues and walking around at CBS hanging art back up again.
Asbjørn Greve Frier, IBP: What is making you feel great right now in this very moment? It’s the whole new world at CBS, the new experiences on my courses, new friendships … do you want me to say more?
Clèmentine Julie Dillie, International Management: What is making you feel great right now in this very moment? The new university, discovering a new city, travelling around, meeting people from all over the world and exploring Denmark. This is super.
Rasmus Vilhelm Jacobsen, International Shipping and Trade: What is making you feel great right now in this very moment? It’s Friday and I’m eating out with other students from my program. I’m very happy!
Lars Bergø, Safety Manager: What is making you feel great right now in this very moment? Study start, all the people and that corona is over.
Trine Flyvbjerg, Study Administrator: What is making you feel great right now in this very moment? Seeing everyone milling about! That CBS is alive again. The canteen is open again, all my colleagues … it’s totally fantastic!
Dominik Goetz, International Management: What is making you feel great right now in this very moment? We have had one and a half years of sacrifices sitting in front of the computer. Now, I’m actually here! So, it’s all the activities, just being here and the international environment.
After a break of almost two years, CBS Students opened its doors for this year’s Student Society Day, and the fresh-out-of-lockdown students flocked inside to be received by around 60 represented student organizations and their colorful booths.
The entire Department of Digitalization has been relocated after an investigation has revealed a risk of brickwork collapsing at Howitzvej 60. “There is no risk of the entire building collapsing,” a statement on CBS Share says.
The grounds between The Wedge and Solbjerg Plads were transformed into a celebration zone for the 12-hour Semester Start Celebration on September 10. Photographer Uljana Tverdova was on the spot to document the festivities. Can you spot yourself or your friends?
CBS contravened the rules when it paid the former President of CBS a one-off fee of DKK 692,000. Now, the Agency for Higher Education and Science is demanding a full refund. CBS has asked the Legal Advisor to the Danish Government to investigate whether CBS can claim against the former board. The investigation is expected to end before 2022, according to the University Director.
The 30-year-old IT system, STADS, is intertwined with almost every digital process at CBS. Even the parking registration is hooked up to STADS. Now, all that will change, as the Danish universities are working together to find a successor. The new system is set to be implemented at CBS in 2026.
The six carbon dioxide molecules with large foot shackles exhibited on the wooden decking outside Café Nexus are both a reminder of our “climate sin”, and a piercing criticism of CBS, explains the initiator, Carolina Edman, from the student organization CBS Art.
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