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Both researcher seats on the University of Copenhagen board went to candidates from the 'Involve the researchers!' list. The Student Council’s Olivia Boesen won the students' mandate, while Dorte Brix was elected by the technical and administrative staff.
I think non-EU students are paying excess tuition fees at the University of Copenhagen while working in internships, writes Sofie Campbell.
After 29 years as head of department, Arne Astrup has his name on a thousand, or more, scientific articles.
Scientists' soaring research outputs hold steady after taking on job as head of department
According to department administrator Anne Marie Shuhaiber Clemensen it is to her advantage as a candidate for the board that she is not affiliated with an interest group: »I don’t have a political agenda«.
If elected to the board, Konservative Studerende [Conservative Students, ed.] want to minimize bureaucracy and put an end to the ‘culture of victimhood’.
Top candidate for Frit Forum Frederikke Gjerløff Werther wants the board to ensure that »the culture of victimhood doesn’t run wild.«
Olaf Nielsen and Annette Lassen represent different subject areas, but they share the same gloomy conclusion about decision-making at the University of Copenhagen: A myopic focus on economy and a disregard for the issues concerning the average researcher has placed academia under pressure.
The Student Council’s top candidate, Olivia Boesen, wants to ensure that the board dedicates resources to help students deal with stress and loneliness.