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With the university in a state of emergency, Wendy Meng saw her task as improving her students' well-being
Since the beginning of the pandemic, Medical Museion has collected items that tell the story of how Denmark has managed the disease. Although Covid-19 still shapes our everyday lives to some extent, a new exhibition can help us to start processing it, says the exhibition’s curator.
'Ketchup effect' may be on the way, as pent up demand for study abroad is suddenly let loose. Exchange student applications are almost back to pre-pandemic levels, according to University of Copenhagen data.
University lecturers were hard hit by the switch to online teaching in 2020. International survey points to higher workloads for teaching staff, and a perception that online teaching is not sustainable.
As student-founded companies, they wanted to make their mark on the world. Now, after riding the yo-yo up and down the corona year 2020, they are surviving. And even thriving.
Forced to stay put in Denmark, international academics have made compromises on travelling, home life and jobs. And learned some life lessons.
International students who stayed in Copenhagen during the shutdown had lots of worries, a survey shows. Their well-being should be a joint responsibility, says the head of the Department of Anthropology.
The University of Copenhagen has published student guidelines for the upcoming video conference exams.
As the pandemic lays waste to large parts of university life, the aquariums are still humming at the Natural History Museum of Denmark. PhD student Anna Olesen keeps the algae collection alive - and almost scared the life out of a security guard.
Copenhagen’s student café Studenterhuset grapples with an uncertain financial future as the Covid-19 closures and restrictions continue. There are still online events, and the cafés director hopes for financial support from foundations.