Cora Birkkjaer, MSc IBP: Is there a bright side to the corona situation? While our busy schedules and constant travel back and forth have slowed to a minimum, nature can breath and pollution rates are dropping. Covid-19 is a much-needed and overdue break for nature.
Emil Toft, BSc IBP: Is there a bright side to the corona situation? What’s coolest is that we have time to reflect about what I have learned while studying, and my future plans. Now I have peace and quiet to think with no pressure.
Mujgahn Rahimi: MSc IBP: Is there a bright side to the corona situation? It has allowed me to catch up on many of the books I previously did not have time to read and focus most of my energy on my master's thesis, without the feeling of missing out socially.
Simon Fendinge, IB: Is there a bright side to the corona situation?
You can structure your life more to suit your needs, both in terms of work, study, Midsomer Murders, AGF and being able to read the newspaper with a cup of coffee in the sun.
Petra Ojala, master’s student: Is there a bright side to the corona situation? I'm writing my thesis now and the restrictions mean there is definitely plenty of time to sit inside working. It has its obvious drawbacks, not being able to enjoy social occasions, but just sitting in front of the laptop equals progress.
Morten Lund Jensen, BSc IBP: Is there a bright side to the corona situation? Now I’m better at enjoying everyday life in my own company. I wasn’t too good at that before Covid-19.
Stefan Sløk-Madsen, PhD: Is there a bright side to the corona situation? We are forced to innovate and create new ways of working. That will improve efficiency, resource consumption and family life if done correctly in the future.
Kai Basner, PhD: Is there a bright side to the corona situation? You know when someone behind you queues a bit too closely for comfort, almost breathing down your neck? Well!? Not anymore! That’s nice.
Susana Borras, professor: Is there a bright side to the corona situation? All my planned research activities in Madrid were cancelled. That gave me a “clean calendar” for a couple of weeks so I could focus on advancing some research techniques that required concentration and time.
Olga Ekdal, student assistant: If you could be a superhero, which one would you be? My mother, I think. She’s so cool!
Rasmus Reslow, MSc in Business Administration and Information Systems: If you could be a superhero, which one would you be? Batman! He is smart and I would like to use his skills as a CBS student. I really hope he can program!
Emmeli Rose, BSc in Business Administration and Management Science: If you could be a superhero, which one would you be? A superhero that can heal broken hearts. It’s so sad when you have a broken heart.
Francesco Gerli, post doc, IOA: If you could be a superhero, which one would you be? Being a hero is much more an everyday kind of thing. Caring about people and showing love.
José Mata, Professor: If you could be a superhero, which one would you be? A person that can be flexible and adapt to new circumstances.
Sara Nourbakhsh, IMM: If you could be a superhero, which one would you be? One who wants to change the world for the better with more equality between men and women.
Saim Nazir, MSc in Business Administration and Information Systems: If you could be a superhero, which one would you be? Kobe Bryant… the basketball player. He had a really good winner mentality that has inspired me a great deal to hold on for a long time… to keep my focus.
Christiana Parisi, Associate Professor, Management Control: If you could be a superhero, which one would you be? I would pick Wonder Woman. There are not so many super-hero women. She changed the traditional way we see superheroes.
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.
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.
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