Normally, the large reading room at Dalgas Have offers students 150 study places, but until March next year, the Department of Digitalization will be moving in while its ‘home’ at Howitzvej 60 is renovated. The Head of Department, Helle Zinner, acknowledges that the working conditions are not ideal, but calls the situation “a blessing in disguise”. Meanwhile, Station will provide temporary study places for the displaced students.
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CBS’ walls and halls are decorated with art by famous and upcoming artists. With campus reopening, a new art season kicked off, including CBS Digital Art Space, showcasing beautiful and provocative video art at Solbjerg Plads.
Students and teachers are back on campus after three semesters of lockdown and online teaching. Where is CBS heading? CBS’ Associate Dean for Technology-Enhanced Learning and CBS Students’ two Vice Presidents explain their views. They are sure of one thing – CBS will not become a university in the cloud.
Male faculty have a higher average wage than their female colleagues in all job categories – except two, an employee portfolio analysis shows. Most noticeable is the difference at associate professor level. A CBS researcher points out several potential explanations – including office housework – and calls for more transparency.
On health grounds, the President of CBS, Nikolaj Malchow-Møller is taking a leave of absence.
On September 21, CBS employees can start answering the job satisfaction survey. In the 2019 survey, both TAP and VIP personnel slated their career opportunities, but their confidence in Senior Management improved slightly.
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.
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.
Largest IT project in CBS history: Digital heart transplant ahead for CBS – and Karina is the “surgeon”
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.
In total, 52 teams from CBS had signed up to run the DHL Relay in Fælledparken on September 3. An additional 22 teams walked a 5-kilometer route surrounded by barbeque smoke, confetti and blasting sound systems. Can you spot yourself or your colleagues in the gallery?
The art duo Orkidé has decorated 270 square meters of CBS’ buildings with flowers in bloom to welcome students and employees. The flowers symbolize transformation, growth and new beginnings.
Karsten Dybvad: The responsibility for entering the contract is mine and I, of course, note the Public Accounts Committee and the National Auditors’ criticism
The former Chairman of the CBS Board of Directors, Karsten Dybvad, explains why he signed an agreement with the former President of CBS for a one-off fee of DKK 692,000, although he knew it contravened the rules.
This week CBS is opening its doors to new students, and a part of the welcome program is the study start campaign. However, this year the campaign named The Welcome Project is for a wider audience, as it also welcomes current students and employees through a series of pop-up events and cute gimmicks.
Under the motto ‘Love Suits Everyone’, CBS joined the pride parade for the fourth time on August 21, 2021. Scroll through the gallery to experience or relive CBS’ participation in the fabulous, happy and colorful parade during WorldPride.
Bowling, picnics, canoe and Tivoli trips are some of the social activities bachelor’s and master’s students can look forward to when returning to CBS. The activities are part of a rebooting campaign for current students – and CBS is paying. “There’s a social vacuum, we need to deal with,” says the Academic Director of an MSc Program.
Regionalization puts epic campus plans on hold – but CBS solves “urgent” space problem with 6,000 new square meters
Political decisions, pandemics, digitalization, and climate changes are impacting CBS’ current and future campus development plans, explains University Director, Kirsten Winther Jørgensen. “At the moment, it is really hard to determine what CBS’ future needs will be,” she says.
Remote work: “It will be extremely difficult and challenging – managers will be put through the hoops”
As all staff members return to campus, a balancing act will begin to unite individual and organizational expectations for remote work, point out two managers and a researcher at CBS. They all agree that remote work is a good opportunity, to some extent, but it requires flexibility at both ends.
CBS’ new ‘work from home’ policy encapsulates how the pandemic has affected our understanding of how we work: Work can be done anywhere, not just at a workplace. But what does this mean to individual staff members, and can it undermine our sense of team spirit?
Nikolaj Malchow-Møller sees pitfalls and possibilities in the government’s agreement on more and better educations in Denmark. Already, CBS is in dialogue with Business Academy Zealand and Roskilde University about solutions, but he is also concerned about the risk of creating A and B teams among students. And then there is good news about the international students.