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Margrethe Vestager has taken the long journey from the study of economics at UCPH to the post as EU Competition Commissioner. Now she is made an honorary alumna at her old university.
Kristian Boye Petersen, Faculty Director at the Faculty of Humanities, spends most of his working day on finances and strategy, but he also has some simple assignments. This portrait is part of the article series 'Who are the staff at UCPH?'
Caroline Volf is a strategic purchasing consultant for the purchase of laboratory equipment worth millions of kroner. Two years ago, as a reward for her efforts, recategorised from an administrative officer (fuldmægtig) to a specialist consultant (specialkonsulent) role.
Vicki Antosz is employed on her third year as an office clerk in the Secretariat for Anthropology and Sociology. The job is difficult to describe as there are so many different tasks. This portrait is part of the article series 'Who are the staff at UCPH?'
Marit Warrer has been a laboratory technician at UCPH since 1972 and has survived a series of mergers and cutbacks that have cost many of her colleagues their jobs. In June it's all over, as her work has given her osteoarthritis. This portrait is part of the article series 'Who are the staff at UCPH?'
Swedish Ulrika K. Stigsdotter is a professor of landscape architecture with special responsibilities in the field of 'Health Design '. The combination of woman and professor makes her a bit of a rarity at UCPH. This portrait is part of the article series 'Who are the staff at UCPH?'
See who earns the most and who earns the least at UCPH. Find out which staff groups are booming and which ones are shrinking (and why) – and meet six, very different, types of employees who keep UCPH up and running.
Aase Sander has been a glass washer at the Department of Biomedical Sciences for eight years. The salary is one of the lowest at the university, but she is happy with her job nevertheless. This portrait is part of the article series 'Who are the staff at UCPH?'
Six ambitious research managers from the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at UCPH and their important research projects have each received DKK 10 million to support them in their work.
If you miss the deadline for applying to the UCPH master's programmes, you may have to wait six months or a whole year to apply again. Period. Two students at the Department of Arts and Cultural Studies (IKK) are in a jam, but the Faculty of Humanities refuses to bend their policy.