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While the number of staff at secretary level has been almost halved at the University of Copenhagen, the number of senior consultants has tripled. But this has not made work easier for researchers. According to critics, they spend too much time on administrative tasks.
Students at the Faculty of Humanities are surprised they cannot sort their rubbish on campus. Both the citizens and local authorities in this city sort their trash. But this does not apply to all faculties at the University of Copenhagen.
Traffic jams and accidents with hot coffee. They just keep on happening when people use a newer entrance to get into classes at KUA2. The students find the doors annoying, and ineffective. The managers justify it.
From bog water to the elixir of life. At the University of Copenhagen, your favourite brew comes in all varieties. The University Post has checked out the cafés, the coffee machines, and the coffee powder stockpiles, and found the best (and worst) coffee spots.
Icelandic Ragnar Kjartansson is the artist behind the new installation of non-stop video art in Maersk Tower. The investment is considered to be the crown jewel of the prestigious construction.
If you want to be hired by the University of Copenhagen, you’d better have a good network. New report shows that the university has a record in hiring without advertising. Associate professor calls for more transparency.
One dark night in December unknown perpetrators committed acts of vandalism on the students' association Jacques D. They wrote 'best regards, Economics ♥ ' in big red capital letters on the toilet wall. A few weeks beforehand two people had urinated through a window into a party in the room at the Department of Political Science. Who is behind the crime? The University Post looks into the case.
Young people are big users of their mobile phones at night. A research project at the University of Copenhagen is to find out how the Danes' mobile habits at night are affecting their health.
A large number of computers and printers at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH) are to be scrapped and replaced with new ones in the near future. This is to allow for a new, and more secure, operating system. Ludicrous that UCPH does not have a more sustainable plan for replacement, says employee.
Giving offence should not lead directly to a disciplinary meeting. UCPH should amend its guidelines for offensive behaviour in the new year. Most participants agreed with this at an internal debate on the UCPH zero-tolerance policy.