DIS Faculty member Toby Musgrave recently published ‘Paradise Gardens,’ a book that examines the symbolic use of gardens in various religions.
News: DIS Copenhagen Semester
The Green Living & Learning Community (LLC) participated in their first Building Workshop where they transformed their courtyard into an urban garden.
This semester the Strategic Communication core course is collaborating with digital marketing agency We Love Digital to develop a strategic communication campaign for one of the agency’s clients, Psykiatri Fonden.
The Architecture & Design Summer Session students hosted an exhibition at the end of the summer, where students from various design courses shared their final projects.
At the conclusion of the Architecture & Design Summer Session, five students received Design Excellence Awards.
This semester DIS introduced its first core course in the Computer Science program.
DIS Faculty member Kari Gustafson recently published an article in the book ‘Researching Marginalized Groups.’
The DIS Library donates 36 books in support of a cause in South Africa and Botswana.
DIS faculty member, Michael Townsend, has been published in a journal in support of the transition to a new sustainable economy.
At the conclusion of each semester, DIS recognizes students with Academic Excellence awards, in response to their semester-long commitment, passion, and engagement to their Program.
To conclude the spring semester, students in the Hamlet: Prince of Denmark elective course brought William Shakespeare’s play to life at Kronborg Castle in Helsingør.
Summer Session 1 student John McInerney from University of Michigan, enrolled in the Design and Society in Denmark’s course, had a unique experience at LEGO headquarters.
The last week of the first summer session featured the final exhibition of students enrolled in the new summer course, Nordic Art in the Studio, taught by Ricardo Gomes.
Earlier this month DIS Academic Director, Helle Rytkønen, joined as a guest on the Danish talkshow, ‘Det feminisktiske talkshow.’
The last week of the spring semester featured the opening of the first Student Art Space at DIS!
DIS alumna from the fall 2013 semester, Alicia Hanau, has been published in an academic journal.
To contribute to their understanding of youth in Northern Europe, students in the Adolescence in Northern Europe core course visited one of Copenhagen’s shelters for homeless youth, Kofoed’s Kælder.
Students concluded semester-long research projects by presenting at the second annual Research Poster Symposium.
Among many highly qualified applicants for the Anders Uhrskov Leadership Scholarship for summer 2015, Alexandra Capellini from Johns Hopkins University has received the honor.
As the one person in the world innovating journalism through positive psychology, DIS faculty member, Cathrine Gyldensted will collaborate with the Huffington Post to jumpstart their global initiative of using constructive journalism in reporting.