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.
DIS Visiting Faculty from Elon University, Derek Lackaff, Ph.D., is a contributor to The Civic Media Project from the Emerson College Engagement Lab, a collection of short case studies gathered from scholars and practitioners around the world.
DIS faculty member, Jesper Andreasen, Ph.D. won the ‘Teacher of the year award’ at the PharmaSchool at the University of Copenhagen.
DIS Academic Director, Helle Rytkønen, recently spoke at an event hosted by ‘Selskab for Ligestilling,’ in English meaning, ‘The Society for Gender Equality.’
Fall 2014 DIS Child Development & Diversity student, Kaeli Peach, was featured in a local Danish newspaper.
The scholarship was awarded to Jane Pak, a psychology major from Wellesley College.
Keith Gumery has recently published an e-book titled Caduceus.
DIS welcomed fifty Danish students from Gammel Hellerup Gymnasium recently for an afternoon of intercultural exchange.
DIS awarded two outstanding students the International Academic Leadership Award (ILA) this past fall.
When tragedy struck Copenhagen earlier this week, Kylie knew she had a unique perspective as a full-year student abroad here in Copenhagen and avid admirer of the Danish culture.
DIS student ambassadors and staff came together for a charity event this past Friday, spreading the love of Valentine’s Day and raising money to donate to Save the Children.
In remembrance of this past weekend’s sad events, a memorial service will be held tonight at 20:00 outside Krudttønden, where the first incident took place.
DIS administration has discussed the events in Copenhagen over the weekend and how we should proceed.
DIS Psychology faculty member, Anna Sircova, has recently contributed to a new publication based on research of time perspective in psychology.
For students in the Business Entrepreneurship Project core course, Dublin as an up and coming global technological and entrepreneur hub makes the perfect location for their week-long study tour.
Longtime DIS faculty member, Carsten Pape, has recently published a new e-book.
Last semester, the Child Development & Diversity program introduced a new collaboration with the Gentofte town library, giving students the opportunity to volunteer.
Scandinavia is currently an under-served region when it comes to undergraduate study abroad, so while Copenhagen has been our primary focus for 55 years, we look forward to branching out.
Current students recently put on the first ever DIS Vagina Monologues at Copenhagen’s International Student Union, Studenterhuset.