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Head of Studies Ayo Wahlberg to become acting head at the Department of Anthropology after management turmoil. This was decided shortly before a dialogue meeting organized by students.
He knows his furniture classics. Kasper Uglebjerg, or just ‘The Owl’ turns up when repairs and maintenance are needed in the university's historic buildings. Meet him here in the University Post series on all of us who are part of the team at UCPH.
New workplace assessment shows a major decrease in trust in the Office of the Dean at the Faculty of Social Sciences. Employees speak of a poor working environment, and several researchers have left the Department of Political Science because of poor management.
New corona restrictions have students concerned that universities will return to online teaching, that exams will be changed, and that we will yet again have to give up the routines of normality. But the actual risk of infection does not concern them.
The University of Copenhagen has four campuses. Our guide has everything you need to know to feel (and look) like you belong on them. We give you the inside line on fredagsbar, where the hide-outs are, the best places to see bunnies (for real) and a whole lot more.
The prospect of a huge increase in rent after a faulty construction process will lead to the University of Copenhagen having to reduce more floor space than what the new Niels Bohr Building would have added.
Six University of Copenhagen students explain why they did not comply with corona regulations in building 2 at the CSS campus.
At the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Copenhagen, there are right opinions and there are wrong opinions. According to political science student Thomas Rohden people are quick to label others racists or transphobes.
Eighty percent of students at the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Copenhagen say they vote for parties on the left-wing. Research suggests that students who identify with centre-right political agendas have a hard time expressing their views.
Researchers organizing a conference on stress have foregone print programmes, participant lists, and meat on the menu. They have also washed 1,000 mugs by hand.