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.
News: DIS Stockholm Semester
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.
Academic Director, Helle Rytkønen and Associate Academic Director, Tina Mangieri have been published in the edited volume Undergraduate Research Abroad: Approaches, Models, and Challenges.
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.
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…
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.
Find information on how DIS is responding to the global pandemic.
Counter-terrorism expert and DIS Stockholm faculty member, Hans Brun discussed the situation in the Middle East at the first seminar of the semester.
Highlights from recent research achievements at DIS Stockholm and Copenhagen.
At the Fall 2019 End of Semester Showcase, students presented their final research projects, design exhibitions, computer game demonstrations, and more to Homestay families, classmates, and DIS staff and faculty.
The Karolinska Institute (KI) and DIS are pleased to announce a new co-funded annual fellowship opportunity to DIS alumni from Copenhagen and Stockholm to pursue graduate studies at KI.
DIS welcomed colleagues to DIS to celebrate learning and study abroad at our IEC, which is hosted every fifth year. Under the theme For the Love of Learning, IEC participants engaged in five topics throughout five…
To continue her passion for global health, Natalie Tikhonovsky will return to DIS to study in Copenhagen with the help of her Anders Uhrskov Leadership Scholarship.
DIS Executive Director, Malene Torp, alongside partners from Carleton College, launched their new book, Integrating Worlds: How Off-Campus Study Can Transform Undergraduate Education this spring.
DIS has joined The Fund for Education Abroad as an Access Partner.
Dr. Anna Dreber Almenberg, a professor at the Stockholm School of Economics, spoke at DIS Stockholm’s first Academic Seminar of the semester.
DIS Stockholm faculty member Steve Turner spoke about the growing polarization and populism in Swedish politics.
At DIS Stockholm, Stockholm University Professor Erik Angner presented ‘The Science & Philosophy of Happiness.’
In October, DIS hosted the biannual International Educators Workshop (IEW) at DIS in both Copenhagen and Stockholm, welcoming a fantastic group of education abroad professionals and faculty from 19 partner institutions.