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News: DIS Copenhagen Semester
Staff and faculty from all DIS offices participated in discussions and sessions focusing on diversity, inclusion, and equity at an organization-wide workshop.
The DIS Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Charlotte Mark, Managing Director at Microsoft Development Copenhagen, has been appointed Chair at the Board’s annual meeting on April 26, 2021. The Board also reappointed Ian Samuel Terkildsen as Vice Chair.
Students from Carleton College participate in a specialized custom program in Copenhagen.
For six weeks this fall, more than 200 faculty and staff in Stockholm and Copenhagen participated in the biggest academic collaboration initiative in DIS history.
DIS Faculty led a half-day professional development field study throughout Copenhagen to discover parts of Denmark’s colonial legacy.
DIS faculty member, Dr. Kristine Freude, and three DIS Research Assistants published their research on neurodegenerative diseases in the World Journal of Stem Cells.
Several DIS staff and faculty attended the virtual conference in October, titled Amplifying Voices: Moving from Rhetoric to Systemic.
DIS faculty member Angela Gigliotti’s DIS-supported research project titled, “The Architectural Productivity Triangle – An investigation to understand the origin of welfare architectural professionalism” was exhibited at the DIS Library in October 2020.
Academic Director, Helle Rytkønen and Associate Academic Director, Tina Mangieri have been published in the edited volume Undergraduate Research Abroad: Approaches, Models, and Challenges.
Students from Wellesley College participate in a specialized custom program in Copenhagen.
DIS alum, Kristen Andersen, Haverford College, was awarded the new fellowship to pursue a master’s in Global Health at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm.
Anders Larsen, European Humanities faculty member, recently co-authored a guidebook of Copenhagen specifically written for an LGBTI+ audience.
DIS is very excited to welcome 53 Carleton College students to DIS Copenhagen this fall! The students are enrolled in a 10-week program that will conclude on December 9. They arrived this weekend, and, following a…
Recently, we posted our conviction that Black Lives Matter. You can find our statement here. The systemic oppression of Black people is not a problem specific to the United States; it is a global one. We…
Two DIS Copenhagen Faculty Members, Toby Musgrave and Tommy Heisz recently published books in their respective field of expertise.
The Medical Simulation Lab courses at DIS Stockholm and Copenhagen recently got brand new laparoscopy simulators so that students can gain hands-on surgical experience.
Architecture & Design students took part in the Spring 2020 Exhibition of student work to showcase their projects from their homes across the U.S. and the globe.
The DIS Meaning of Style faculty member, Jeppe Ugelvig, curated the recently opened fashion Exhibition ‘Wearables’ hosted by Etage Projects. The exhibition will be running until March 28.
While visiting the southern Swedish town of Lund during Core Course Week, the DIS Copenhagen Innovation and Entrepreneurship students were featured in an article by the Lund Municipality titled, “What do American Students do in Lund?”