Karin Strömholm, IBP student: What’s top of your list now that Denmark is reopening? Going out with my friends in Copenhagen, and that my friends from Sweden can come over to visit Denmark.
Martin Elsborg Ottesen, Campus Services: What’s top of your list now that Denmark is reopening? Normality… whatever that ends up being. And not having to think so much about everything.
Bente Kildemose Nielsen, Study Administrator: What’s top of your list now that Denmark is reopening? Being with my colleagues and not having to keep changing our timetables. And travelling again.
Jonas Kuhr Hermann, HA Almen: What’s top of your list now that Denmark is reopening? I started studying last year and have hardly seen my fellow students, so I can’t wait to spend time with them and enjoy the city together. I have missed that so much.
Rikke Stald Lund, IBP student: What’s top of your list now that Denmark is reopening? I am so looking forward to feeling the city come alive again and that spring is coming.
Claus Rasmussen, Campus Services: What’s top of your list now that Denmark is reopening? Most of all, I’m looking forward to the corridors coming back to life and some of the restrictions being lifted… and returning to something closer to normal.
Amanda Bille, PhD: What’s top of your list now that Denmark is reopening? Right now, meeting my students again is top of my list, preferably all of them before they sit their exams. It will be so good to see them.
Bryan Bovey, INT student: What’s top of your list now that Denmark is reopening? The galleries, the museums and the bars. Hanging out with my friends and going to restaurants. I’ve just booked a table at Norrlyst and I’m really excited about it.
Clara Storm, Business Language and Culture: What is your best summer memory? This is it! I’m totally overwhelmed, relieved and really happy!
Marin Jovanovic, Assistant Professor: What is your best summer memory? Meeting with friends every summer on the island of Prvic in Croatia. There are no cars on the whole island, just a unique laidback vibe, though I’m still working on my “no phone” summer policy.
Kate Pilkington, Managing Director, Café Nexus: What is your best summer memory? That was when we were experiencing Vietnam through my daughter’s eyes before the lockdown. She was so fascinated and crazy about everything that it gave me a special feeling.
Christian Höilund, cand. merc. i Finansiering og Regnskab: What is your best summer memory? A fantastic diving experience in the Red Sea in Egypt. I felt like a guest in a completely different world, incredibly humble about swimming together with huge shoals of fish. I have never seen anything so beautiful.
Marie Louise Rasmussen, Master of Science (MSc) in Social Sciences in HRM: What is your best summer memory? Riding on my pony through my parents’ orchard picking Clara Friis pears back when I was a child.
Tom Dahl-Østergaard, Dean’s Representative: What is your best summer memory? It was 25 years ago when we lived in Bolivia and came home to Denmark for the summer holidays. We enjoyed Denmark in a totally different way, staying with friends and at holiday homes and apartments owned by our family.
Julie G. Dinesen, Student Assistant CBS Library: What is your best summer memory? It’s summer on Funen… where it’s as charming as the historical novels written by Morten Korch and very, very lovely with the town of Svendborg, the water and the islands.
James Plumeridge, Café Nexus staff: What is your best summer memory? Going to the beach in England for a barbecue. Everybody is so nice and relaxed.
Sophie Plumeridge, International Studies and Culture Encounter: What is your best summer memory? When my parents came over from England to visit me for my birthday. They just loved it and really want to come back.
CBS alumni and founders of Eat Grim, Petra Kauka and Carolin Schiemer, found each other through a mutual love of techno music and a great passion for food. Since then, they have saved 700 tons of unattractive crops from going to waste, but their anger still keeps them fired up.
The green transition should be reflected in corporate financial accounts in order to hold businesses accountable for climate change challenges, explains Thomas Riise Johansen, CBS Professor and Project Coordinator of the TIME MIRROR project, which has received funds worth DKK 11.6 million.
“Boredom is taboo in a world where all opportunities are open, and where you can always reach for your telephone if you are bored. But boredom has a built-in bullsh!t detector, that may just be liberating,” says philosopher Rasmus Johnsen. He researches boredom and lectures managers and specialists attending the executive degree Master of Business Development on… yes, boredom.
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