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Navigating a new culture at the university in the wake of #MeToo is no easy task. Many employees fear being accused of offensive behaviour, according to Professor Eske Willerslev.
A new special exhibition at the Natural History Museum of Denmark has a black Tyrannosaurus Rex as its lead act. Even if you, like this University Post reporter, generally get put to sleep by fossils, this dino hits you like a fist in the gut.
Impossible deadlines, money running out, and a future that is suddenly uncertain. This is the situation for two foreign researchers at the University of Copenhagen.
In the future, your master's diploma will turn up electronically in your electronic e-Boks. Not even your mail box. Professor understands why students want a more ceremonial end to things.
7 ideas for student-budget-COVID-19-friendly things to do in Denmark in the summer of a coronavirus-restricted 2020
Forced to stay put in Denmark, international academics have made compromises on travelling, home life and jobs. And learned some life lessons.
Professor Ole Wæver's theory of securitization has been accused of being so racist that it should never be applied again. But the criticism is bad science, Wæver responds. He says he is caught in a catch-22 situation where it is hard to defend himself.
In a series of open letters, Ole Wæver and his colleague Barry Buzan are said to be behind »an orchestrated attack« and »a form of violence« after defending their academic work against racism charges. Wæver himself says that the criticism is full of misunderstandings and wild claims.