This month, DIS hosted events at the North American Office and DIS Copenhagen, bringing together local alumni across professional fields to re-engage, network, and receive updates from their alma mater.
News: DIS Stockholm Semester
Students heard from a panel of professionals from institutions in the greater Stockholm area on how to return to Sweden after graduation.
This fall, DIS hosted the International Educators Workshop (IEW) with over 50 study abroad professionals, faculty, and advisors. The participants experienced a mini-semester in a week, where many lived with Homestays, joined in on field studies,…
A new book by DIS Stockholm faculty member Vendela Grundell, Flow and Friction: On the Tactical Potential of Interfacing with Glitch Art, will be published this month by Art and Theory Publishing in Sweden. Her book…
DIS Stockholm’s inaugural semester has commenced, with students hailing from over 30 North American universities. Packed with workshops and introductions, Arrival Week oriented students to their new surroundings: DIS, Stockholm, and their housing. Students will be living…
This June, DIS attended the annual NAFSA conference in Denver, Colorado.
Canvas, the new learning management system, will create dynamic online learning opportunities for students outside of class and give students and faculty a platform to collaborate on course materials and assignments.
Mark Peters will be the onsite Academic Coordinator at DIS Stockholm, where he will facilitate and support faculty and students throughout the semester.
Last week, DIS hosted its New Faculty Seminar in Stockholm – an exciting step forward toward the inaugural Fall 2016 semester.
DIS is excited to announce Mattias Tholen as the new Facilities Manager to work on-site at DIS Stockholm.
DIS published its latest video, Why Stockholm? to introduce why the city is an ideal location to study abroad.
This March, DIS successfully held its biannual International Educators Workshop (IEW) in Copenhagen! University partners, faculty members, study abroad professionals, and student affairs and academic advisors visited DIS to experience the everyday lives of students.
DIS Stockholm’s first semester is approaching and DIS is well underway with hiring talented and passionate staff and faculty.
This semester, ten DIS students received the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship for their semester abroad.
Last week, DIS launched its new Swedish website, which reaches out to potential Homestay and Visiting Hosts in Stockholm.
DIS hosted its annual International Educators Workshop, where faculty and study abroad professionals from universities across the United States attended a week of classes, seminars, and field studies to experience a typical week as a DIS student.
Lisbeth Borbye and Iben de Neergaard are the new Program Directors of Science & Health programs and Communication & Computer Science programs, respectively.
DIS launched three videos that highlight academic and cultural opportunities offered at DIS Stockholm.
Though students will not occupy the classrooms until the fall 2016 semester, DIS is pleased to announce that our new base in Stockholm has been found.
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.