Meet Copenhagen Faculty

Adam Femerling Langhoff

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2017). Cardiology Department, Bispebjerg Hospital since April 2017. Pre-graduate research year at the University of Copenhagen and at Hvidovre Hospital within the fields of pediatrics and nephrology. Previous Course Assistant for Human Health & Disease. With DIS since 2012.

Adam Witten

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2015), Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Hvidovre Hospital. With DIS since 2015.

Medical Practice and Policy, Adam Witten

Alexander Hviid

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MSc (International Security & Law, University of Southern Denmark, 2016)  M.A. (Social Science, University of Copenhagen, 2010),). Research interests include Arctic security and Danish-Greenlandic relations as well as public international law, specifically international criminal law and international humanitarian law. Work experience with the Institute for Strategy at the Royal Danish Defense College. With DIS since 2016.

Amana Talala Mbise

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD (Social Work, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2017).  M.S.W (Community Health and Urban Development, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2012).  Program Evaluation Specialist (Midwest AIDS Training and Education Center, College of Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2012-May 2014).  His research interests are in children's rights and rights based approaches to working with children.  With DIS since 2015.

Amira C.K. Sørensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2015). Department of General Surgery, Herlev Sygehus. Experience working as a research-assistant in developing countries and the International Medical Cooperation Committee. With DIS since 2013.

Anders Engholm Kristensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ironmongery (CEU technical school 2003). A.K Design + business technologist (VIA University College Design and business 2013) Italian Design course (Politecnico di Milano 2013), Co-Founder of design studio FEM (2013). With DIS since 2014.

Anders Larsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.Mag., History and English Literature and Language, University of Copenhagen (2008). His research has focused on cultural history and visual culture. Anders teaches Meaning of Style which is an introduction to semiotic analysis using fashion as a case study, as well as Visual Culture of Cities in the summer. Anders has over the years worked on various projects for DIS relating to cultural competencies and cultural engagement. He has furthermore worked on staff training within the Housing & Student Affairs department. With DIS since 2007.

European Humanities, Anders Georg Hagerup Larsen

Andrea Homann

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Dipl.-Ing. (Apparel Engineering/Fashion Design, Fachhochschule Mönchengladbach, 1989). Educator at the Danish National Gallery, the Thorvaldsen Museum, and the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. With DIS since 1997.

European Humanities, Andrea Homann

Andrew M. Jefferson

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Psychology, University of Copenhagen, 2004). Specialization: Development of critical psychologies of prison practice; perpetrative institutions and networks; prevention of torture and organised violence; transitional justice; justice sector reform; comparative penology. Researcher, Rehabilitation and Research Centre for Torture Victims (RCT). With DIS since 2008.

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Ane Krestine Larsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.A. and B.A. in Communication Studies from Roskilde University (2013) and a M.A. in Human Rights and Democratization from European Inter-University Centre (2012). Involved with the implementation and evaluation of Danish prostitution policy at the Danish National Center for Social Research (SFI) and wrote thesis on the representation of prostitution and prostitutes in the Danish media and policy. With DIS since 2013.

Prostitution and the Sex Trade, Ane Krestine Larsen

Angel L. Vidal

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Expert on Local Economic & Social Development & Capacity Building, United Nations, 1988-2007. Former Adviser to the National Association of Local Authorities of Spain. International consultant. Law studies at the University of Madrid; Course of Democratic Development and Governance, Stanford University. External lecture at DIS since 2009. Faculty member at DIS since 2014.

Global Economics, Angel Luis Vidal Alonso

Angela Gigliotti

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect, Co-Founder and Director U67, a research-based practice. U67 works in scales from urban to exhibition design (among others, La Biennale of Venice, 2014) and architectural visualization working on private assignments, competitions and publications (Lars Müller Publishers, Abitare Magazine, Domus Magazine, San Rocco Magazine). Assistant Professor, Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy (2010-13) and NMBU University in Ås, Norway (2014-15); Mentor, Alta Scuola Politecnica, Italy (2015-16). With DIS since 2016.  

Anja Skau-Andersen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Master of Business Administration, Copenhagen Business School (2011-2012); Master of Law, Copenhagen University (2002); Certified Psychotherapist, Gestaltterapeutisk Institut (2009). Attorney at Law at Norrbom Vinding Law Firm (2005-2006) and at Gorrissen Federspiel Law Firm (2006-2008); Senior Consultant, DJØF – Danish Association of Lawyers and Economists (2008-2012). External Lecturer at University of Copenhagen.

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Anna de Klauman

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Master in Political Science from University of Aarhus and also studied at Science Po in Paris, France. Anna has 15 years+ experience working in the international food policy area. She has held positions in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Danish Parliament and been posted to the Embassy of Denmark in Washington D.C. as Minister Councellor for Food, Agriculture & Fisheries. Before moving to D.C. she was head of Trade Policy at the Danish Agriculture & Food Council - the leading interest group representing Danish farmers and food companies. Currently she holds a position as Deputy Head of Department at the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration.

Anna Holm Jørgensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2017).  Department of Cardiology, Hvidovre Hospital. Resident substitute at the Surgical Department, Bornholms Hospital. Childrens’ respiratory assistant, NICU (neonatal intensive care unit). Rigshospitalet. Previous Course Assistant (2016). With DIS since 2016.

Anna Louise Strelis Söderquist

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. in Philosophy, New School for Social Research, 2014. M.A. in Philosophy, New School for Social Research, New York, 2009. B.S. in Philosophy and Sociology, Northeastern University, 2004. Fulbright Alumni, US-Denmark, 2013-2014. Areas of specialization: 19th and 20th Century Continental Philosophy; Philosophy of Education; Philosophy of Dialogue; Ethics; Aesthetics; Modern Philosophy; Philosophy and Literature. With DIS since 2015.

Anna Louise Strelis Söderquist,, Assistant Program Director at DIS

Anna Olsson

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Medical Doctor (M.D.), (University of Copenhagen, 2014) Ph.D. student at the Multiple Sclerosis center, Department of Neurology at Copenhagen University Hospital. With DIS since 2016.

 

Anna Pfeiffer

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD in Organization Studies, Lund University, 2016. MA in Business Administration, Lund University, 2010. Taught courses and published in the field of organizational culture, HRM, identity, and leadership. PhD thesis investigates how recognition practices impact peoples’ intrinsic motivation at work, with a special focus on the non-profit sector. Contact person in transit homes at Swedish Red Cross (2015-present), volunteer coordinator at BürgerStiftung Hamburg (2012). With DIS since 2016.

Anna Sircova

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (2008, Moscow State University). M.A. in clinical psychology (2000-2004, Moscow State University). Founder of the International Research Network on Time Perspective (2006 - present). Contributor to Time Diagnostics, London, UK (2013 - present). Supervisor of BA, MA and PhD students at Tallinn University in Estonia and at Stockholm School of Economics in Riga, Latvia (present). Furthermore Dr. Sircova works as an independent researcher in Copenhagen, Denmark. Dr. Sircova’s research interests are within psychological time, cultures, design thinking, creativity, complex systems and social simulations. With DIS since 2014.

Psychology, Anna Sircova

Anna Sofie Bach

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D (Sociology, University of Copenhagen 2016), MA in Sociology (2008-2011, University of Copenhagen). Her PhD dissertation  explores changing family practices and mating patterns through the examination of the experiences of Danish men who are intimate partners of career-oriented women. Visiting scholar at The Center of Studies of Men and Masculinities, Department of Sociology, Stony Brook University, New York (2014). Member of the Danish think tank Knowledge about Men. Editor and founder of Danish feminist magazine Friktion - magazine for gender, bodies and culture. With DIS since 2015.

Gender and Sexuality Studies, Anna Sofie Bach

Anne Brandt Christensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

B.A. and M.A. in Law (University of Copenhagen, 1995) Admitted to the Danish Bar, licensed to practice as Advokat. Has worked in the anti-trafficking field since 2007, including for the Danish Red Cross, and is recognized as an expert in the field nationally as well as internationally. Was awarded the European Crime Prevention Award in December 2014 for work through the non-profit anti-trafficking NGO HopeNow which she chaired for eight years. With DIS since 2007.

Anne Christine Nielsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.S. (Economic Marketing, Copenhagen Business School, 2011). One study abroad semester (MBA course at Pacific Lutheran University WA, 2009). B.S. (Business Administration and Economics, Copenhagen Business School, 2008). Cambridge CAE Sydney, 2005. Worked as Account Manager at Smart & co. from 2011-2013. With DIS since 2010.

Anne Kaplan Jespersen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.mag. (English Literature and Film History and Theory, University of Copenhagen, 1982). Lecturer at the Department of Film & Media Studies, University of Copenhagen, Hamburg Media School, Germany, and the European Film College in Ebeltoft, Denmark. With DIS since 1987.

European Humanities, Anne Jespersen

Anne Marie Bülow

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (English, University of East Anglia, 1983). Cand.mag. (English/Danish, University of Copenhagen, 1976). Member of ESF’s Review Panel for European Collaborative Research. Director Copenhagen Business Sschool Centre for Negotiation, 2009 to present. With DIS since 2010.

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Anne Okkels Birk

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Diploma in Criminology (University of Copenhagen, 2007). Cand.scient.pol. (Political Science, University of Aarhus, 1997). Head of Section, Danish Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, 1997-2000. Chief Advisor/Head of Section, Danish Prison and Probation Service, 2001-2006. Independent consultant since January 2007. With DIS since 2008.

Justice and Human Rights, Anne Okkels Birk

Anne Vibeke Gross

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.A. in Russian Language and Culture and Danish Language and Literature from University of Copenhagen (2006). Lecturer at Sisimiut Gymnasium (2014) and Copenhagen Adult Educational Center (KVUC) (2014-2015) and teacher of Danish Language and Culture to Foreigners (2015) at Language Center Nordsjælland. Lecturer of Danish Film History at Workers' Educational Association (AOF) (2014-) and at Nordisk Film (2015-). With DIS since 2016.

Åsa Johansson

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Furniture Designer. Cabinetmaker in 1998. Denmark's Design School 2003. Freelance designer. Furniture and interior designer with Leif Jørgensen Architects. Lighting Designer with FLOS. With DIS since 2017.

Astrid M.A. Schmidt

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. and Post. Doc (Ancient DNA, Ice Cores and Climate Change), University of Copenhagen, 2007-2013. M.Sc. (Conservation, evolution and population genetics), University of Copenhagen, 2007. Her research interests are conservation, climate change and citizen science in the Arctic.  She has been working with science outreach and sustainable tourism since 2013. With DIS since 2015.

Astrid Wodschow

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

BSc, Natural Resource Management, University of Copenhagen. MSc, Agricultural Development, University of Copenhagen. MSc, Forestry and Environmental Sciences, University of Padua. Worked for different NGO’s including Forests of the World, WWF, NEPCon and as a consultant advising on issues such as organic food communities. Experience in cooperation with government institutions, the private sector as well as other civil society organisations as well as with organisational management and structure. Academic background in forestry and environmental science and specialised in ethical and sustainable trade with agricultural commodities and timber.  

Barbara Hofer

DIS Copenhagen Semester Visiting Faculty

Ph.D., Education and Psychology, University of Michigan, with a certificate in Culture and Cognition; Ed.M., Human Development, Harvard University. I am an educational, developmental and cultural psychologist with research interests in all three areas. I teach courses at Middlebury on Adolescence, Educational Psychology, Cultural Psychology, Research Methods, and Psychology and Emerging Technology. I previously taught at DIS during Fall 2013 in the psychology program and spent two previous sabbaticals in Kyoto, Japan, teaching and conducting research on Japanese education and the psychological correlates of achievement across cultures. I am very interested in education in Scandinavia and how the science of learning is manifest in cultural contexts.

Benjamin Holk Henriksen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Master of Law from University of Copenhagen, an MBA from California State University and a Certificate in Directing from University of California, Los Angeles. Co-owner of Holk & Lassenius and together with Fredrik Lassenius, authored and produced the international leadership and marketing research project: ”The Mind of a Leader”, published as books and film series, including Philip Kotler, Anita Roddick, Philippe Starck, Michael Dukakis and many more. With DIS since 2013.

Communicatins, Benjamin Holk Henriksen

Benno Lüders

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.S (Game Technology, IT University of Copenhagen, 2016). Game enthusiast and Game Development all-rounder with focus on Game Programming. Assistant teacher at the royal academy of fine arts in Copenhagen (2015 - 2016). Tutor and teaching assistant at the IT University of Copenhagen (2015) and Hochschule Fulda (2011 - 2013). Backend Java developer at mobile game company Flaregames in Karlsruhe (2013 - 2014). With DIS since 2016.

Bettina Hornbøll

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD (Neuroscience, University of Copenhagen, 2017), MSc. (Neurobiology, University of Copenhagen, 2006), BA (Biology, University of Copenhagen, 2004). Founder of CogniCation; cognitive communication. Has been conducting neuroscience research for approx. 10 years, investigating emotion processing in the brain using imaging. With DIS since 2012.

Bettina Sejbjerg Sommer

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Mag.art. (History of Religion, University of Copenhagen, 2006), specializing in Nordic Religions and Scandinavian Folklore. She teaches Nordic Mythology and the University of Copenhagen in addition to courses about storytelling at DIS. With DIS since 2006.

European Humanities, Bettina Sommer

Bettina Werner

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.A. Applied Cultural Analysis, Copenhagen University (2016). BA (Political Philosophy), Uppsala University, Sweden, with a minor in Indigenous Studies from UNSW, Australia. Bettina is a native Swede living in Copenhagen. She is co-founder of COurban design collective and have previously worked with urban design firm CITITEK as a researcher and project manager. Projects include data collection, research, and co-creation of playgrounds and public space, interior spatial analysis of office environments, as well as educational seminars with both state and private clients. With DIS since 2016.

Bianca Katarzyna Liberski

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.merc.int. (Intercultural Management, Copenhagen Business School, 2005). B.A. (European Business and French, Manchester Metropolitan University, Université Blaise Pascal, 2000). Project Coordinator, Danish Refugee Council, 2010. Ethics Officer, Borealis, Bruxelles, 2006-2007. With DIS since 2009. Currently on maternity leave.

Danish Language and Culture, Bianca Liberski

Birgitte Borup

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Interior Architect, M.D.D. (Denmark’s Design School, 1986). Own design office since 1988. Design work includes interior design, exhibition design, graphic design as well as furniture design. Recipient of several international awards. Works exhibited nationally and internationally. With DIS since 1998.

Birgitte Duelund Pallesen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Birgitte Duelund Pallesen, Cand.mag. (Comparative Literature, University of Copenhagen 2013). Spezialization: Contemporary Danish Literature, Literature & War. Worked with publishing at Gyldendal (2009-14) and Second Language Teaching at IA (2013-15). With DIS since 2015. Currently on maternity leave.

Bo Christiansen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect, M.A.A. (Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, 1993). M.Arch (University of Washington, 1995). Practicing architect. Own office since 2004. With DIS since 1999.

Architecture and Design, Bo Christiansen

Bodil Engelmann

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D., Ph.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2007/2014). Clinical Oncology Fellow, Department of Internal Medicine, Næstved Hospital. With DIS since 2014.

Medical Practice and Policy, Bodil Engelmann

Brendan Sweeney

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Political Science, National University of Ireland, Galway, 2005), Cand.mag. (Media Studies, University of Copenhagen, 1999), NCTJ Certificate in Journalism (Rathmines College of Journalism, Dublin, 1982). Worked as journalist for many years in different European countries. Information Officer and Project Manager, Danish Institute for Human Rights, 2007-2010. Teacher, International People’s College, 2010-2013. Published historical novel Once in Another World, (New Island 2013). With DIS since 2013.

Communications, Brendan Sweeney

Brian Odlaug

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (School of Public Health, Faculty & Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen, 2015), M.P.H (School of Public Health, Health Administration & Policy, University of Minnesota, 2012). Senior Medical Writer (H. Lundbeck A/S since 2015). Scientific Consultant (H. Lundbeck A/S and the University of Chicago, 2012-2015). Author/co-author of 4 books and over 175 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, peer-reviewer for over 40 scientific journals, and grant reviewer for several countries. With DIS since 2015.

Public Health, Brian Odlaug

Brian Söderquist

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Philosophy of Religion, Søren Kierkegaard Research Center, University of Copenhagen, 2005). M.A.R. (Philosophy of Religion, Yale University, 1994). With DIS since 2000.

European Humanities, Brian Söderquist

Camilla Bruun Eriksen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

phD in Cultural Studies from the University of Southern Denmark (2017). M.A. in Gender Studies and Cultural Encounters from Copenhagen University and Roskilde University (2013). She is also a board member of the Society for Gender Research in Denmark. Her research area include: fat, queer, and crip studies, popular culture, affect and feminist theory, narratives and power structures. With DIS since 2018

Camilla Hoff-Jørgensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.scient.anth. (Lund University 2013, BA, 2010), BA in Health and Nutrition, (Suhrs Seminarium, Copenhagen, 2006). Extensive academic work experience since 2008, as Cultural Health Adviser in Japan and Spain as well as anthropologist conducting quantitative and qualitative studies in Copenhagen. Currently engaged in the Danish national harm reduction strategy group, focused on the social nurse concept for homeless patients with drug abuse. In addition, currently DIS Public Health LLC coordinator since 2016. With DIS since 2015.

Camilla Kirchhoff

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.Mag. (Danish, University of Copenhagen, 2007; Master of Danish as Second Language, 2014). Cellist (Royal Academy of Music Aarhus, 1988). Danish literature; youth novels 1930-60; music and language acquisition. Editor, Society for Danish Language and Literature; Teacher, Copenhagen Language Center and Hvidovre School of Music. With DIS since 2015. Currently on leave.

Camilla Siggaard Andersen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MA, Architecture (Royal Danish Academy of Arts, School of Architecture, 2015). Founder of the Danish chapter of Meeting of Design Students (2010-2014) and founder of design Company Studio Siggaard (2011-2015). Currently employend as an architect and urban planner at Gehl Architects (since 2013). Projects include the Holstebro City Strategy (Denmark), Nordland Lively Cities Seminar (Norway) and a strategy framework for Downtown Denver (Colorado, USA). With DIS since 2016.

Carlos García-Robles

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.techn.soc. (Technological & Socio-Economic Planning, Roskilde University, 2009). B.A. (International Relations, National Autonomous University of Mexico, 2004). Represented Mexican NGOs during WSSD process, 2002. Member of the Energy and Climate Group, Project coordinator for Friends of the Earth Denmark for COP15 process. With DIS since 2011.

Sustainability, Carlos Garcia Robles

Carsten Pape

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.mag. (History and Russian Philology, Universities of Copenhagen and Aarhus, 1977). Research Associate, University of Copenhagen, 1977-83. Visiting Adjunct Professor, American University, Washington, D.C., 1986. Carlsberg Foundation Research Scholarship, 2000. With DIS since 1983.

Casper Christensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2014). Ph.D. student in Neurology at Rigshospitalet (Copenhagen University Hospital). Research in migraine. With DIS since 2016.

Catharina S. Rosendal

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.A. Language and Communication, CBS. Studies in French at the Université de Paris, Sorbonne, France. Master’s programme in Teaching Language for Adults, Aarhus University. Teacher of Danish language and culture since 2009. In addition to teaching Danish language and culture, she has a background in international marketing from Carlsberg, the pharmaceutical industry and international advertising agencies. With DIS since 2015.

Catrine Christiansen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Anthropology, University of Copenhagen). Since 2002 she has engaged in bridging academic and applied work on HIV/AIDS in Africa within Denmark and Europe. Employed at Centre of African Studies, University of Copenhagen. With DIS since 2011.

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Charlotte Bjerre Beuck

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.phil. (Czech and European Studies, University of Aarhus, 2003). Teacher of Czech, 1995-99. Teacher of Danish to foreigners since 2000. With DIS since 2005.

Danish Language and Culture, Charlotte Bjerre Beuck

Charlotte Dalsgaard

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand. mag. (English, Odense U., 2000). Teaching position (English and Danish), Copenhagen (2002-05). Tour Leader, EF Educational Tours, UK (1998-2000). UK Area Manager, EF Educational Tours, Netherlands (2000-01). With DIS since 2005.

European Humanities, Charlotte Dalsgaard

Charlotte Diamant

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MSc in Counselling Psychology (City University, London, England, 2000). Primary areas of expertise is theory and practice within: youth suffering from anxiety, family therapy, children as offspring of parents with mental illness. Public speaker in various topics relating to developmental disorders and mental health/illness with the Danish Mental Health Foundation (Psykiatrifonden). External Lecturer at DIS teaching Developmental Psychopathology (now Developmental Disorders) 2002-09. Presently runs private practice. With DIS since 2017.

Psychology, Charlotte Diamant

Christian Romer Løvendal

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.Sc. (Economics, University of Copenhagen. Institute of Economics, University of Budapest, 1993) Head of Section at Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1999-2001). Economist at UN Food and Agriculture Organization (2001-2009). Negotiation Adviser at Market Watch Management since 2009. External Lecturer at University of Copenhagen.

International Business, Christian Romer Løvendal

Christina Knudsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.mag. (French and Spanish, University of Southern Denmark, 1999). Studies in French at the Université de Bourgogne, Dijon, France. Teacher of Danish language, culture, and history to foreigners at the University of Southern Denmark. With DIS since 2006.

Danish Language and Culture, Christina Knudsen

Christina Mavroudi

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.Sc. in Psychoanalysis (University Paul-Valéry Montpellier III, France, 2014). M.Sc. in Clinical psychology/psychopathology (University Bordeaux Segalen 2, France, 2013). B.Sc. in Psychology (Panteion University, Athens, Greece, 2012). Worked as clinical psychologist in various mental health institutions and psychiatric hospitals in Greece and France. Starting a collaboration as a volunteer psychologist in Center for Børn, Familie og Handicap in Herlev Kommune. In Denmark since 2014. With DIS since 2017.

Christina Warrer Schnohr

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD in Health Sciences and MSc in Public Health science. She is an associate professor at Department of Public Health (University of Copenhagen), where she teaches BA students in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. She has experience from questionnaire based surveys and psychometric methods, and has a great interest in adolescent health as well as policy mechanisms in health promotion and disease prevention. With DIS since 2016.

Public Health, Christina Schnohr

Christine Bonnesen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Department of Biomedicine Research Centre, University of Dundee, Scotland, 2001). Master of Science (Molecular Biology and Chemistry, Roskilde University, 1998). Employment at Novo Nordisk with particular interest in drug development and safety assessment of insulin analogues. Ten years' experience with research and teaching. With DIS since 2017.  

Christine Nissen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Doctoral fellow at the Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS, Copenhagen). Furthermore, she holds a position as a national researcher for the pan-European think tank European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR). Her main area of research is European foreign and security policy, including the workings of the EU foreign policy institutions, and the interplay between EU and national foreign policies, in particularly in the case of Denmark. With DIS since 2017.

Claudia Carrara-Augustenborg

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. in Cognitive Neuroscience (University of Copenhagen, 2013). M.Sc. in Psychology (University of Copenhagen, 2009). Research in the neural mechanisms that mediate and modulate human consciousness. With DIS since 2013.

Psychology, Claudia Carrara-Augustenborg

Claus Bayer

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MBA (Business Administration and Management, Harvard Business School, 1983). B.A. (Niels Brock Commercial Academy, 1979). Independent corporate finance professional (2012); Head of M&A, Royal Unibrew (2007-2012); Director of Corporate Finance, KPMG (2007); Partner at Capitellum (1988 – 2006); Consultant at McKinsey & Company DK (1983-1987); Export Assistant at Danish Consulate General in New York City (1979 - 1981). With DIS since 2013.

International Business, Claus Bayer

Claus Ivan Rehfeld

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.Sc. Economics (University of Copenhagen, 1998). MBA (Copenhagen Business School, 2004). Partner, Health Innovation Institute H2I  (2017-Present), CEO (Rehfeld Partners, 1998-2017). With DIS since 2014.

Claus Juul

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand. Jur. Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen (1990). Lawyer at the Social ministry 1990-1992, Ministry of Justice 1992-1994, the Ministry of Interior Affairs 1994-1998, including as a Member of the Refugee Appeals Board for the ministry. Lawyer for the Documentation and Advisory Centre on Racial Discrimination, 1998-2000, The Danish Refugee Council 2000-2005, Amnesty International 2005- Present. Nominated by the Danish Refugee Council to serve as a member of the Refugee Council 2013-2016. With DIS since 2017.

Dani Hill

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Rummets-Sprog (Design Architect, 2015) Architecture & Design Program Assistant (DIS, 2014) Master of Architecture (Taliesin, the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, 2013), Bachelor of Science (Interior Design, Sustainable Design Concentration). With DIS since 2014.

DIS Academics, Dani Hill

Daniel Karpantschof Reece

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Master of Laws (International Taxation, St Thomas University Miami, 2005). Founder and Managing Director of Nordeq Management A/S. CEO of the Equinor Group 2005-2014. Expertise in cross border corporate structuring, private equity, and leadership. With DIS since 2015.

International Business, Daniel Karpantschof Reece

David Possen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Philosophy and Social Thought, University of Chicago, 2009). Formerly at Yale University's Whitney Humanities Center and the University of Copenhagen's Søren Kierkegaard Research Center, Possen now teaches philosophy in Copenhagen's Department of Media, Cognition, and Communication in addition to DIS. With DIS since 2014.

Debra Marie Quackenbush

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, University of Utah (1996). She is licensed to practice in both the US and Denmark. She is a certified group psychotherapist. Research interests include cyber-relations and human sexuality. She recently worked for the renowned Menninger Clinic in Houston, Texas, where she specialized in psychotherapeutic testing and intervention for high achieving professionals with severe mental illness. Currently, she is in private practice in Copenhagen. You can find out more on her website: debbiequackenbush.com. With DIS since 2013.

Psychology, Debra Marie Quackenbush

Deivida Vandzinskaite

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD in Education (Siauliai University, Lithuania, 2011) with the focus on the cross-cultural use of Service Learning in higher education, MA in Social Anthropology and Sociology (Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania, 2006). Lecturer and Senior Research Scholar, Siauliai University, 2007-2013. Visiting scholar at the Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, 2008-2012. Research experience on the national and international level covers topics related to cultural diversity and cross-cultural issues, gender and family studies, global diffusion of educational models, voluntary participation in Europe. With DIS since 2013.

Dennis Meyhoff Brink

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Dennis Meyhoff Brink received an MA in comparative literature in 2005 from University of Copenhagen and he is currently finishing a PhD on the history of religious satire in Europe. He has been teaching comparative literature and cultural studies at University of Copenhagen since 2006. Apart from publishing academic articles on a variety of subjects, not least on satire, he is also a critic at the Danish broadsheet Weekendavisen and a columnist at the Danish satire magazine Spot. In 2014, he curated an exhibition on satirical drawings at the Storm P Museum in Copenhagen. With DIS since 2016.

Ditte Ibfelt Andersen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand. Merc. (Psych) (Copenhagen Business School, 2017) & Designer of visual communication (The Royal Academy of Architecture & Design, 2007). Business psychologist, behavioural economist and experienced Designer with a demonstrated history of working in the design industry. Professionalism in psychology with a focus on behaviour studies, organisational psychology, social psychology and behavioural economy. Combining knowledge about psychology, economy and design to reach new standards of sustainable living.

Ditte Marie Egebjerg-Rantzau

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.mag. (Scandinavian Philology and French, University of Copenhagen, 2001). Studied French Literature at the University of Montpellier 1994-1995. Teacher of Danish to foreigners, mainly in private organizations, since 2002. With DIS since 2006.

Danish Language and Culture, Ditte Marie Egebjerg

Dorte Kabell

DIS Copenhagen Semester Key Guest Faculty

Cand.polit. (Economics, University of Copenhagen, 1983). Administrator, OECD/DAC, 1986-1982. Adviser to the Vice President, Asian Development Bank, 1992-1997. Senior Adviser to the President, African Development Bank, 1997-2001. Special Adviser, DANIDA, 2001-2003. Owner and Director, Kabell Konsulting, 2003-present. With DIS since 2010.

Dorte Kabell

Dorte Mari Aggergaard

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.A. (Modern Culture & Communication, University of Copenhagen) B.A. (Art History and Pedagogy/Educational Studies, University of Copenhagen and Roskilde University). Visiting scholar at Leeds and Brown University. Member of the Denmark Committee at Brown, and DIS representative at Harvard, MIT, RISD and Brown. Worked for EC Safer Internet Programme, recipient of an EU Lifelong Learning Programme grant for a project on cross-cultural learning. With DIS since 2014.

Communication, Dorte Mari Aggergaard

Ed Romein

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. candidate (Philosophy, Erasmus University Rotterdam). M.A. Philosophy (Erasmus University Rotterdam, 2003). M.A. Art History (Leiden University, 2000), M.Sc. Economics (Erasmus University Rotterdam, 1999). Research consultant in urban development at Urban Sense Research and Advisory (2008-2012). Consultant and educator in city management and public policy at Netherlands School of Public Administration (2001-2007). With DIS since 2014.

Eeva Laine Jakobsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MA in Educational Psychology ( Aarhus University, Department of Education, 2014). BA in Social Services with creative activities (Laurea Polytechnic, Department of Social Education, Vantaa, Finland, 2005). Student at Slagelse Pædagogseminariet (Spring and fall 2003). Social Educator(pædagog) in Youth Club Marievang (2005-2010). Social Educator in Social Resource Center Slagelse. Working with children and adolescents with developmental disabilities and counseling families (2005-present). With DIS since 2015.

Child Development and Diversity, Eeva Laine Jakobsen

Eleftherios Saftis

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MSc. in Health Psychology (2000) and BSc. (Hons) in Psychology (1997) both from City University UK/London. Certified in psychotherapy and counseling and in the process of qualifying as a psychoanalyst from the Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research. Co-authored a number of journal articles on post-traumatic stress disorder. Before joining DIS Terry Saftis worked as the Clinical Director of Community Housing and Therapy, a leading UK charity running therapeutic community households for adults with mental health diagnoses. He has also managed two therapeutic community projects, one, being a project working with homeless veterans suffering from mental health difficulties and the other a project for individuals with a diagnosis of psychosis and personality disorder. He has also worked as a psychologist in the Greek Army. With DIS since 2015.

Elise Schiøler

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand. phil. (Philosophy, University of Copenhagen 2003). Supplementary studies in rationality in economics and theory of organization (Copenhagen Business School, 2004-5) and journalism (Danish School of Media and Journalism 2005-6). Lecturer in medical ethics, theory of science, and philosophy of health technologies at University of Copenhagen's Department of Public Health Science since 2007. Lecturer in theory of science, FARMA, University of Copenhagen, since 2012. With DIS since 2011.

Medical Practice and Policy, Elise Utke Schiøler

Emily Catherine Wenande

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2015). PhD Fellow (Dermato-Venerological Research Department, Copenhagen University Hospital Bispebjerg. Research in skin cancer and laser-assisted drug delivery. With DIS since 2013.  

Emmanuel Gentil

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. in environmental engineering, DTU, 2011. Independent environmental consultant. Senior Consultant at Copenhagen Resource Institute and for the European Environment Agency on waste management policy in EU. Ph.D. School Manager and Ph.D. researcher at DTU, Denmark 2006-2011. Master of business strategy and environmental management, Bradford. With DIS since 2013.

Sustainability, Emmanuel Gentil

Erling Christoffersen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect MAA. Cabinetmaker, 1974. School of Applied Art Copenhagen, 1979. Royal Academy of Fine Arts Copenhagen, 1982. Own office, 1979. Professor at School of Architecture 1986-1989. Professor Denmark’s Design School, Copenhagen, 1989-2005. Visiting professor University of Oregon 2005. Workshops at University of Victoria 2001, 2004, 2009. Visiting professor University of Washington 2014. Member of Cabinetmakers Autumn Exhibition (Snedkernes Efterårsudstilling). With DIS since 1998.

Architecture and Design, Erling Christoffersen

Eva Grell Frederiksen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect, M.A.A. (Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, 1976). Architect, Henning Larsens Architects (1980-96). Associate Professor, Denmark’s Design School (1989-2008). Architect, own office since 1996. Assistant Program Director, Architecture and Design at DIS, (2008-15). With DIS since 1995.

Architecture and Design, Eva Frederiksen

Fabrizio Tassinari

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD in Political Science from the University of Copenhagen (2001-2004). Senior Researcher and Head of Unit for Foreign Policy Studies at the Danish Institute for International Studies (since 2009). Alexander von Humboldt fellow, John Hopkins’ School of Advanced International Studies Center for Transatlantic Relations non-resident fellow, and German Marshall Fund of the United States in Berlin non-resident senior fellow. Visiting Professor at the Department of Social Science at Humboldt University in Berlin, Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Copenhagen, and Associate Fellow at the Centre for European Policy Studies (2005-2008). Author of Why Europe Fears its Neighbors. With DIS since 2016. Currently on Sabbatical.

Flemming Steen Jensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect, M.A.A. (Denmark’s Design School, 1979. Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, 1983). Associate Professor, Denmark’s Design School, since 1987. Partner, Design 134. With DIS since 1998.

Frederik Larsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Organization Studies, Copenhagen Business School) MA Visual Culture, University of Copenhagen. Besides teaching at DIS he works as a strategic consultant and teaches Consumer Culture at the Copenhagen Business School.

Frederik Munk

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Master (Political Science, Aarhus University, 2005). Past: Trade Office at Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2003), Key Account Manager at Danish Agency for Governmental Management (2006-2008), Current position: Senior Event Consultant at Sport Event Denmark (since 2008). External lecturer at Copenhagen Business College and University College Nordjylland since 2013. With DIS in Fall 2016.

Fredrik Lassenius

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Academy Economist Degree in Marketing. Fredrik is co-owner of the film production company W77 Film, as well as co-owner of Holk & Lassenius and Astromax Entertainment. Together with Benjamin Holk Henriksen, Fredrik has authored and produced the international leadership and marketing research project: ”The Mind of a Leader”, published as books and film series, including Philip Kotler, Anita Roddick, Philippe Starck, Michael Dukakis and many more. With DIS since 2013.

Communication, Karl Fredrik Bernhard Lassenius

Gitte Vonsild

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Master of Positive Psychology, and a minor in Psychology. MSc in Economics. Gitte Vonsild is specialized in the field of Applied Positive Psychology and is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) from the Coaches Training Institute, CTI. Professional background: 1997-2005 CFO at the Brewery Darguner Brauerei GmbH in Germany. Self-employed coach and workshop leader since 2005, and Lecturer at Metropolitan University College 2008-2012 in coaching & counseling, Positive Psychology, Positive Psychology coaching, change theory, and stress management. With DIS since 2011.

Psychology, Gitte Vonsild

Hanne Strager

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Marine mammal biologist (M. sc.), author and science writer. She is a co-founder of The Whale Center in Andenes, Norway and is currently involved in the establishment of a whale museum in Norway. Her research interests are population dynamics, movements and migration and life history parameters of killer whales.  She has been the director of Exhibitions and Public Engagement at the Natural History Museum of Denmark during 2003-2016. With DIS from 1996-2003 and again from 2017.

Hans Christian Sørensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D., M. Sc. Civil Engineering from the Technical University of Denmark. CEO and owner of consultant company SPOK ApS bringing research in renewable energy to business. Sørensen has been involved in several offshore wind farms in Denmark and UK, among others 40 MW Middelgrunden Wind Farm outside Copenhagen. Chairman of the board and Founder of Wave Dragon ApS, Wave Dragon Ltd. and Tecdragon SA. Founder and vice president European Ocean Energy Association and the board member of Danish Wind Turbine Owners Association. With DIS since 2014.

Sustainability, Hans Christian Sørensen

Heidi Grynderup Poulsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Graphic Designer. mDD, Visual Communication (Danmarks Designskole, 2007). Freelance Senior Art Director (Fredericia Furniture, 2015). Senior Art Director (Hello Group, 2014-2015). Graphic Designer (Designit, 2000-2002). With DIS since 2015.

Architecture and Design, Heidi Grynderup Poulsen

Heidi Vikkelsø Nielsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand. Pæd (DPU, Aarhus University, 2014). BA School Teacher, (Blaagaard Seminarium, 2004). School teacher 2004-2011, union representative 2005-2011. Teaching vulnerable, bilingual teenagers in extracurricular topics at Ungdomsskolen (2011-2013). Volunteer counselor at the children’s phone, Børns Vilkår (2012-2013). Student assistant in a research project on the Danish dagpleje (home care) at Aarhus University (2013). Member of the ad hoc group across researchers and practitioners called “community teachers”, focusing on inventing “the community Didaktik” as a tool to prevent school bullying. With DIS since 2013.

Child Development and Diversity, Heidi Vikkelsø Nielsen

Heinrich Hermann

DIS Copenhagen Semester Visiting Faculty

Visiting Faculty from RISD. PhD. History and Theory of Architecture (Harvard, 1995), MArch (Cornell, 1982). Professor of Architecture (Alfred State College, 2012 - 2015), Associate Professor of Interior Architecture (RISD, 2008 - 2012).  Adjunct Professor, Department of Interior Architecture (RISD, 2017-present). Owner of Herman Design Studio since 2002.

Heitor Garcia Lantarón

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect, Ph.D. (Architecture School of the Polytechnic University of Madrid, ETSAM). Worked at Herzog & de Meuron and Nieto y Sobejano architects, and founder of navarrolantaron arquitectos. Teacher at ETSAM (2009-2011) and Universidad Francisco de Vitoria (2011-2012). Since September 2013 guest researcher at SBi (Danish Building Research Institute) in Copenhagen, developing thesis about Danish examples of Housing for the Elderly. Academic and professional interests focused on the housing challenges, related to the ageing process, by addressing them as a great opportunity for enhancing the domestic space quality for any age and (dis)ability. With DIS since 2017.

Helene Højfeldt

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

LLM University of Copenhagen, 2014. Head of section, Danish Defence Command. With DIS since 2018

Helene Jensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Southern Denmark 2012). Clinical neurologist, Department of Neurology, Copenhagen University Hospital, Herlev. With DIS since 2015.

Helene Koch

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Master of Architecture (Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, 2006). Architect, Arkitema (2006-07). Landscape Architect, SLA (2008-15). External examiner, Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, Copenhagen, and School of Architecture, Aarhus. Guest critic and lecturer, Lund University. Exhibitor, Young Danish Photography (2010). See www.helenekoch.com for more information. With DIS since 2015.

Helle Pagter

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Documentary film director, The National Danish Film School, 2007. BA (Honours), Contemporary Dance, London Contemporary Dance School (University of Kent), 1996. Additional studies at California Institute of the Arts, 1995. Directs short films and documentaries. Co-conceptualized and co-directed the first ever season of the staged documentary series Married at First Sight. Has made films on the royal Danish family and a television series about homeless youth. Part of the artists group BLUE TITS whose latest short film has been presented at festivals in France and Italy. External lecturer at The National Danish Film School. With DIS since 2016.

Helle Rytkønen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Modern Thought and Literature, Stanford University, 2002). M.S. and B.S. (Political Science, University of Copenhagen). Exchange student at UC Berkeley 1993-1995. Taught Anthropology, Philosophy and Rhetoric at Stanford University 2002-12. Also taught classes at Hope House, a rehabilitation center in Redwood city, CA for female substance abusers and criminals, 2008-11.

Communication, Helle Rytkønen

Henning Thomsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

B.A. Political Science (Århus University, 1985). Architect MAA (School of Architecture, Aarhus, 1992). Visiting Researcher (Cambridge University, 1994-95). Master of Management Development (Copenhagen Business School, 2008). Leading positions with the Ministry of Urban Affairs, Realdania, the Architects Association, the Danish Architecture Center and Gehl Architects. With DIS 1997-2002 and since 2011.

Henning Thomsen

Henrik Villibald Hansen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D., Ph.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2008/2015). Clinical Oncology Fellow, Department of Oncology, National University Hospital (Rigshospitalet). With DIS since 2011.  

Medical Practice and Policy, Henrik Villibald Hansen

Hilde Finess Evensmo

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MSc Geography and Geoinformatics from Copenhagen University (2015). BA Development Studies, University of Bergen (2012), Norway. Cofounder and director at COurban design collective, working with research, public space analysis and citizen involvement. Hilde has worked as a project manager and consultant for several Norwegian municipalities wanting to co-create public life. With DIS since 2018.  

Ian Samuel Terkildsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

B.M. (Music Theory, New England Conservatory of Music, 1999). Graduate study in musicology and piano (University of Copenhagen, 2000-2002). Former instructor of music theory, New England Conservatory of Music. With DIS since 2007.

Iben de Neergaard

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.A (Social Sciences, Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University 2001), B.A. (Journalism & EU politics, Danmarks Journalisthøjskole & Utrecht University 1996). Head of Communication, Cevea Think Tank, 2014 – 15. Communication Consultant, Crisis & PR, 2013 – 2014. Team Coordinator, Danish Refugee Council, 2002 – 2013. Production Assistant, CNN, New York, 2001. On-Air Reporter, Producer & Anchor, DR Nyheder, Danish Broadcast Corporation, 1996 – 2002. Producer & Reporter, TV2 Østjylland, 1994 – 95. With DIS as Program Director, Communication, Computer Science, since 2015.

Iben Schandel

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.Scient. in Medialogy (specialized in Games), Aalborg University in Copenhagen. Masters thesis focused on the relations between players and characters in digital games. Through her studies, has worked with various aspects of game development and design such as hybrid board games, PC games and virtual reality. With DIS since 2015.

Communication, Iben Schandel

Inger Kærgaard

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MSc in Biology (University of Copenhagen, 2004).  Project manager at a University of Applied Sciences in Switzerland working on government and EU funded projects. Worked for various NGOs on forest protection and sustainable development in Thailand and Indonesia (2007 and 2010). Taught biology in upper secondary school and was involved in a program for sustainability education (2010-2013). With DIS since 2014.

Ingunn Eklo Kjesbu

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Southern Denmark, 2015), Resident at the Department of Cardiology, Hvidovre Hospital (Copenhagen University Hospital). Former employment at the Emergency Department and the Department of Geriatrics, Odense University Hospital, Department of Cardiology and Internal Medicine, Vejle Hospital, General Practice at “Lægerne Nyenstad” (Nyborg) and General Practice with prehospital diagnostics and treatment in Northern of Norway. With DIS since 2017.

Ioannis Bakas

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD in Waste Management and Life Cycle Assessment (Technical University of Denmark, DTU). MSc Environmental Engineering (DTU), MSc Civil Engineering (National Technical University of Athens). Senior Consultant with Copenhagen Resource Institute. Long experience with waste management policy through projects for the EU Commission, the European Environment Agency and the Danish government.

Ivan Häuser

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD (Copenhagen Business School, 2011). Chief Consultant of consulting firm Ivan Häuser (from 2005). Experienced management consultant and teacher training expert, leading large projects in Russia and Kazakhstan funded by the EU and the Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Has taught leadership and conducted strategy seminars in Danish ministries and private companies. With DIS since 2011.

Danish Language and Culture, Ivan Winther Hauser

Jacob Cold

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.A. in English & Drama (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art/King´s College London, 2001). Lecturer at Academy of Modern Circus (2006-2011). External lecturer at University of Copenhagen, Artschools and High Schools (2013-2017). Has also worked as Instructor and Dramaturg on various projects since 2004. With DIS since 2017.  

Danish Language and Culture Jacob Cold

Jacob Nørløv

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect, previously employed at Foster and Partners (1998-2001) design and tender for Swiss-Re House; Henning Larsen Architects (2001-2004) design and tender for the Opera House in Copenhagen. Own office since 2010/11, working with research and architecture. Teacher at DTU/Architectural Engineering since 2011. Guest critique at DIS since 2011, teacher at DIS since 2013.

Architecture and Design, Jacob Nørløv

Jacob Wachmann

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MA in Anthropology of People-Centred Business (University of Copenhagen, 2014). MA in Globalisation & Multinational Corporations (SOAS - University of London, 2013). Qualitative Researcher at KPMG (2012), Guest Lecturer at the IT University of Copenhagen (2013-present), Consultant at ReD Associates (2014), Freelance Anthropologist (2015-present). With DIS since 2015.

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Jakob Due Lorentzen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Currently doing a Ph.D. in Philosophy at Aarhus University in collaboration with DIS. Cand.mag. (Philosophy, University of Copenhagen , 2004). Cand.mag. (Philosophy, Stony Brook U., 2002). Editorial staff, P1 Debat, Danmarks Radio (2005). With DIS since 2006.

Jakob Due Lorentzen, DIS faculty

Jan Aage Rasmussen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.phil. (Scandinavian Philology). External lecturer (Literary Theory and Literary Analysis, Theory of Science and Methology) since 1993 at INSS, University of Copenhagen. Teacher of Danish to foreigners since 1987. With DIS since 2013.

Danish Language and Culture, Jan Aage Rasmussen

Jan Stefan André Vandendriessche

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Master in Applied Economics (1990, University of Antwerp, Belgium). Post University Degree in European Management (1995, Royal Holloway -London University, UK). Jan Vandendriessche is currently Head of Fund Platforms at VP LUX, a daughter company of the Danish National Central Securities Depository. Former senior advisor at PriceWaterHouse Coopers, stationed in Luxembourg, Frankfurt and Copenhagen. Employed at DWS Investment, Flemming Fund Management/JP Morgan Asset Management), Lloyds bank Asset, Banque Havilland, EFG Bank etc. With DIS in Fall 2014.

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Janis Granger

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Scandinavian Studies, UC Berkeley, 1982). M.A. (Scandinavian Studies, UCLA, 1976). Lecturer in Danish, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1982-1984. With DIS Copenhagen since 1984.

Janni Stubkjær Rasmussen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.A. in Cross-Cultural Studies (University of Copenhagen, 2013). B.A. in Religious Studies (University of Aarhus, 2009) with a minor in Minority Studies (University of Copenhagen, 2009). Worked with social projects and evaluation at a center for marginalized youth in Copenhagen (RCYN, 2012-2014). Later worked with fundraising of and managing social projects at a civil society center as well as volunteering at a community center for asylum seekers and refugees. With DIS since 2015. Currently on maternity leave.    

Janus Spindler Møller

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2009). Employed at the LANCHART center, University of Copenhagen. With DIS since 2010.

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Jeanette Erbo Wern

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. Immunology 2001-2005 (Inst. Of International Health, Immunology and Microbiology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark).  Post doc 2006-2009 (Inst. of International Health, Immunology and Microbiology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark). M.Sc. 2001 (Inst. Of International Health, Immunology and Microbiology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark). Senior Scientist 2010-2013 (Immune Targeting Group, Bioneer, Cph, Denmark).  Senior Scientist 2013-2016 (Dept. of Infectious Disease Immunology, Statens Serum Institute, Cph, Denmark). With DIS since 2016.

Jeanette Hendeliowitz

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect, M.A.A. (Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, 1986). Bachelor in town planning (Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, 1980). Own design office since 2008. Design work includes interior design, exhibition design, graphic design as well as furniture design. Employment among others at Peter Marino Architects, New York 1991-93), Bysted Design, Copenhagen 1993-1996), Site Architects, New York 1996-97), Mancini Duffy Architects, New York 1997-98), Vilhelm Lauritzen’s Office, Copenhagen, 1998-2008). With DIS from 2012.

Graphic Design, Jeanette Hendeliowitz

Jennifer Duncan-Bendix

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MA. Dagtilbuds- og Indskolings Didaktik (Aarhus University, 2014). BA (Human Development and Family Studies – Early Childhood Development and Education, University of Connecticut, 2006). DIS Program Assistant (2007-2008). Child Development and Diversity Program Assistant (2011-present). Pædagog in the International and Danish communities in Copenhagen (2008-2010). With DIS since 2007. Currently on maternity leave.

Child Diversity & Development, Jennifer Duncan-Bendix

Jens Monrad

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.A. in Danish (University of Copenhagen, 2004). Lecturer at Danish Highschools (2004-2011). Lecturer at University of British Columbia, Canada (2011-2017). With DIS since 2017.  

Danish Language and Culture Jens Monrad

Jesper Borup

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Journalist, radio anchor at DR (The Danish Broadcasting Corporation) and Co-Founder of the Danish Society for Constructive Journalism. 18 years of experience as a journalist, editor and project manager. Jesper Borup has previously taught at the University of Southern Denmark, UPDATE (Danish School of Media and Journalism), DR, and at a number of Scandinavian media institutions and broadcasters. He is also a public speaker, and his publication “Problem-solving Journalism in the Newspaper,” focuses on constructive journalism in a Danish context. His background combines Journalism Studies at the Danish School of Journalism with DR’s highly selective Talent Programme. With DIS since 2016.

Jesper Lohmann

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.mag. (M.A., History of Ideas and American Studies, University of Aarhus, 2002). Former editor of Lettre Internationale. Employment within the public education system. With DIS since 2009.

Jesper Pagh

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MA in Architecture, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, 2002. Co-founder of Link UP – architects' and designers' network 2003-10; Co-founder and managing partner at MOVE 2003-2010; Part-time teacher at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture and Roskilde University 2010-2011; Editor at the Danish Architectural Press 2010-2015; PhD Scholar at Roskilde University 2012-15. Editor of Arkitektur DK 2013, editor-at-large of Twentyfirst 2013-14. CEO at the Danish Association of Architects 2015-2017. Experienced teacher, speaker, writer, moderator and debater; author of numerous articles and book chapters on Danish architecture and planning in a social, political and economic perspective. With DIS since 2018.

Jesper Petersen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD candidate at Lund University in History of Religions with a project on “The institutionalization of Islamic feminism”. MA in Islamic Studies; BA in Arabic; BA in Theology (University of Copenhagen). Traveled extensively and lived for two years in Muslim-majority countries from Morocco to Indonesia. Author of "Rebellion in the Harems" about the battle of the sexes in Egypt and "The Women of Medina" about women at the time of Mohammed. With DIS since 2014.

Jesper T. Andreasen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Psychopharmacology, University of Copenhagen, 2009). M.Sc. (Psychopharmacology, University of Copenhagen, 2004). Post-doctoral fellow at the Institute of Drug Design and Pharmacology, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen. With DIS since 2012.

Neuroscience, Jesper Tobias Andreasen

Jimmy Martínez-Correa

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D., (Risk Management and Insurance, J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University, 2012), M.A., (Economics, Universidad de los Andes, 2005), B.A., (Economics, Universidad de los Andes, 2005). Junior Economist, Department of Financial Stability at the Central Bank of Colombia, 2003-2005. Chief Economist, Trade Association of Insurers of Colombia, 2005-2007. Fellow, Center for Economic Analysis of Risk at Georgia State University, 2012-present. Assistant Professor, Copenhagen Business School, 2012-present. With DIS since 2013.

Johanna Wolfe

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.F.A. in visual arts from Columbia University (2010). B.A. in art history from Columbia University (2002). Has worked in various media-based fields, including publishing, film festivals and television, and produced observational documentary series for major cable networks. Upon receiving her M.F.A., she began teaching photography at the undergraduate level. Her photographs have been exhibited in New York and throughout the United States. In 2012 opened a communal analog darkroom, Radiant Labs, in Long Island City, New York. With DIS since 2014.

Communications, Johanna Wolfe

Jón Kaldan

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.A. in Journalism, Denmarks Journalist Højskole, Aarhus (1985). B.A, Russian philology, University of Copenhagen (1981), Brandeis University, Boston Mass. “Creative Writing” by John Irving (1977). Acclaimed radio journalist with more than 30 years of experience as editor, anchor and reporter at Danish Broadcast Corporation, DR. Award-winning correspondent with postings in Moscow and Washington D.C. with special recognition of communication- and storytelling skills. With DIS since 2017

Jon Kyst

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Jon Kyst holds an interdisciplinary doctoral degree in Russian and English, for which he studied at the University of Copenhagen, St. Petersburg State University in Russia and Columbia University in New York. In his current position he is seconded as a Russian media expert by the Danish Foreign Ministry to the East Strategic Communications Task Force at the EU's diplomatic service (EEAS) Headquarters in Brussels. The Task Force has been tasked by the EU Member States to analyze and create awareness about Russia’s ongoing disinformation campaigns. Dr. Kyst has been affiliated with DIS since 2003.

Joshua Morrison

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MCP City Design and Development (Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT, ongoing). B.A., Environmental Design (Brown University, 2009). He has worked at Gehl Architects, the Taubman College of Urban Planning, and is currently managing director and urban designer at Fundament Design. He has designed public spaces and advised on urban quality in South Africa, Scandinavia, China, and Australia. His work has been published by the World Bank, the Energy Foundation, and the U.S. Department of Transportation. With DIS since 2016.

Julian Macoveanu

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Medical Sciences (Neuroscience), Karolinska Institute, Sweden, 2006). Ph.D. Licentiate of Engineering (Computational Biology), University of Linköping, Sweden, 2005) MSc. (Biochemistry, Stockholm University, 2002). Postdoctoral Research Associate, Danish Research Center for Magnetic Resonance (DRCMR) Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre. With DIS since 2014.

Neuroscience, Julian Macoveanu

Jørgen Brandsborg

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Lieutenant Commander (Rtd.) Royal Danish Navy, Commanding officer, principal warfare officer, staff officer and intelligence case worker DDIS. Operative Experience from the Baltic and Arctic regions in the 80’s and 90's, later on intelligence work dealing with transnational terrorism and information warfare. Presently working in the off-shore sector. With DIS since 2011.

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Jørn Fredsgaard Sørensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Master of Political Science, University of Århus, 1995. Analyst in EksportKreditFonden (Official Export Credit Agency of Denmark), 1995-1997 (Country Analysis Department). Investment Officer in the Industrialization Fund for Developing Countries, 1997-2004. Independent consultant from 2004. Senior Advisor for Danida in Vietnam 2006-2008. Lecturer at Denmark's International Study Program (DIS) from 2004.

International Busines, Jørn Fredsgaard Sørensen

Jørn Ravnholt Petersen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.S. (Psychology of Exercise and Physical Education. Pennsylvania State University, U.S.A. (1983). B.P.H.E. (Physical and Health Education. Laurentian University, Canada (1980). Consultant in Performance and Sports Psychology to international athletes and performing artists from all over Europe, Columbia, China, and North America. Works with The Danish National School of Performing Arts, The Royal Danish Ballet, and Danish Music Conservatories. In addition, he works with business executives and managers, doctors and physiotherapists. Five times appointed Sport Psychologist for the Danish Olympic Team at the Summer and Winter Olympics (1992-2002). Has given presentations across Europe and South Africa and taught more than 200 registered courses in Sport Psychology (DIF) and worked with more than 30 different Danish National Teams (Team Danmark, Danish Elite Sport Institution). External lecturer in Sport Psychology at University of Southern Denmark (2002– 2008). With DIS since 2016.

Kamilla Lange

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand. Psychology (2006, University of Copenhagen). BA. Psychology (2003, University of Copenhagen). Authorized clinical psychologist, Psykolognævnet (2009). Clinical psychologist (2006-present). Mindfulness instructor (2008-present). Lecturer, Lægernes Uddannelses Forening (2008-2011). Lecturer, Mindwork and Fobiskolen (2008-present), Psychological supervisor, Psykiatrisk Center Bispebjerg, Region Hovedstaden (2011-2013). Psychological supervisor, Mindwork and Fobiskolen, (2009-present). Author (2012). With DIS since 2015.

Psychology, Kamilla Lange

Karen Theilade

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD (School of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Canterbury, New Zealand). M.A. (Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen). Lecturer in the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. Involved in non-governmental organizations in several countries, work which includes implementing Victory Over Violence anti-bullying programs in local high schools. National committee member of the New Zealand Women’s Studies Association. With DIS since 2013.

Gender and Sexuality Studies, Karen Due Theilade

Karim Jabbar

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Industrial PhD Fellow on emerging technological innovations, University of Copenhagen and DIS (since 2015) . Member of Danish Standard Working Group on Blochchain, (since 2017). Cand.merc. (International Business Administration and Development Studies, Copenhagen Business School, 2001). Program Manager at the Delegation of the European Commission in Cotonou, Benin, 2002-2003. Managing Director for a travel company with subsidiaries in 5 African countries, 2004-2007. With DIS since 2009.

International Business, Karim Jabbar

Karin Lykke Groth

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Artist, fine arts/Graphic Designer MDD (cand.arch. Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, 1994). Own design office since 1995. Working primarily with ilustrations, visualizations and corporate design. Watercolor has been the preferred way of expression as an artist for more than 25 years. Has been teaching watercolor painting since 2011. With DIS since 2017.

Kasia Kalinowska

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Authorized psychologist (Cand.psych.aut.), Cand. psych (Copenhagen University 2009) , London Metropolitan University 2004 (BSc Psychology). Experience with individual, family and couple counselling from private clinic in Copenhagen. Recruitment consultant for major oil company. Clinical psychologist at a Psychiatric Hospital with screening, testing, diagnostics, psychopharma and counselling. Teaching experience from London, Beijing and Copenhagen. With DIS since 2012.

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Kate DeSantis

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.Arch (University of Pennsylvania, 2010). BA in Neuroscience (Johns Hopkins University, 2005). Designer, Concord Architects (2005-2008). Lecturer, College of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology (2010-2012). Designer, TVSDesign (2011-2013). Architect, Dissing + Weitling (2014-2015). Urban Designer, Gehl Architects (2015-Present). With DIS since 2013.

Urban Studies, Katherine DeSantis

Kenneth Cortsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph. D. at Aarhus School of Business/Aarhus University. Focus is on various commercial topics within the intersection of sport management, sport marketing and sport economy; Master of Science in Business Economics with an emphasis on organization and strategy (Cand. Merc.) from Aalborg University, Denmark; Master of Business Administration in General Management from Dowling College, Oakdale, NY, USA; Bachelor of Business Administration at Dowling College. With DIS since 2018.

Kenneth Øhlenschlæger Buhl Cmdr.

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (University of Southern Denmark 2010), LLM (University of Copenhagen 2000). Researcher at the Royal Danish Defense College since 2014. Has been active duty in the Danish Military since 1981, commissioned from Royal Danish Naval Academy in 1986. Operational service in submarines and frigates, various staff and academic positions, and five tours in international missions as legal advisor. Primary research interests are international law specializing in the laws of war, laws of the sea, human rights law and interdisciplinary studies. With DIS since 2017

Kirsten Hansen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Health Science, University of Copenhagen, 2010). Cand.mag. (Philosophy, University of Copenhagen, 2001). Current consultant at Health and Care Administration. With DIS since 2011.

Public Health, Kirsten Hansen

Kirsten Kolstrup

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (University of Groningen, The Netherlands, 2015); M.A (University of Southern Denmark, 2004). Lecturer at Danish School of Education (2004-2006). Lecturer at University of Greenland (2011-2012). Send Lecturer at University of Groningen (2008-2014). Scientific Assistant, University of Aarhus (2015-2017). Lecturer at Centre for Internationalisation and Parallel Language use, University of Copenhagen (2015-2017). With DIS since 2017  

Danish Language and Culture, Kirsten Kolstrup

Kristian Bernt Knudsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Kristian B. Knudsen is a Financial Advisor at Maersk Broker Financial Services, where he is engaged in the start-up of a maritime private investment fund targeted for institutional and professional investors. Prior to this, he has progressed his career through 15+ years into accomplished executive leadership positions combined with financial and strategic advisor roles while working internationally in highly esteemed public and private equity companies in various industries. Kristian holds a Masters degree in Finance/Management from University of Aarhus, Denmark.

Kristian Sørensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand. polit. (Economic and Social Science) from University of Copenhagen. Former Director at United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in NY. Head of Dialogue Development, carrying out consultancy services for mostly EU in Eastern Europe, Russia and the Middle East. External Lecturer in International Business at Copenhagen Business School (CBS). With DIS since 2011.

Kristian Weise

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MSc., Political Sociology (London School of Economics and Political Science, LSE), BSc. in Philosophy and Economics (Copenhagen Business School, CBS). Director of the Danish think tank Cevea. Previously Head of Secretariat for the Danish Social Democrats in the European Parliament, and adviser and analyst for the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), the Danish Confederation of Trade Unions (LO) and former adviser to Danish Prime Minister, Poul Nyrup Rasmussen. With DIS since 2013.

Kristine Freude

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD at Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics and Free University, Berlin, Germany in Human Genetics (2005). Postdoctoral Research Fellow at UC Irvine, CA, USA (2005-2011) Postdoctoral Researcher (2012-2014) University Copenhagen. MSc at Robert Koch Institute and Free University, Berlin, Germany, in 2001 working with Mycobacteria.  Assistant Professor (2014-2015) University Copenhagen. Associate Professor (2015-present) University Copenhagen. With DIS since 2016.  

Lars Rossen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand. Psychology (2007, University of Copenhagen). BA. Psychology (2005, University of Copenhagen). Psychologist and consultant at Copenhagen Municipality in various positions (2007-2010). Consultant for Bornholm and Odense Municipalities, as well as for Den Socialpædagogiske Døgninstitution Sønderbro in Copenhagen Municipality (2011 – Present). Psychological supervisor, Den sikrede instituion Stevnsfortet, Region Sjælland (2012-Present). With DIS since 2011.

Psychology, Lars Hennig Rossen

Leif H. Rasmussen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.merc. (Copenhagen Business School, 1982). Head of Marketing, Faxe Brewery A/S, 1985-1989. Marketing Director, The Danish Brewery Group A/S, 1990-1996. Sales and Marketing Director, Royal Unibrew, 1997-2007. CEO and Owner, Imexpo. With DIS since 2007.

International Business, Leif Rasmussen

Lena Kitzing

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Master of Industrial Engineering and Economics, University of Flensburg, Germany, 2006. International Business Developer and Manager in Corporate Finance in the energy industry (2006-2011). Ph.D. student in energy economics at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) since 2011. With DIS since 2012.

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Leslie Lorimer

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect AIA LEED/BD+C. (Stanford University, Economics, 1988)(MArch,UC Berkeley, 1995). Employment at Sim Van der Ryn Architects & Associates, SMWM Architecture & Planning. Own firm since 2000, Lorimer Architecture. With DIS since 2010.

Lian Madsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2008). Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Copenhagen, Department of Scandinavian Studies and Linguistics. Research interests: Ethnographic, interactional sociolinguistics and discourse analysis, urban youth language, language and identities, poly-lingual practices, and language ideologies. With DIS since 2009.

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Line Bildstrup

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2014), Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Bispebjerg Hospital 2014  (Copenhagen University Hospital). Department of Endocrinology, Bispebjerg Hospital 2015 (Copenhagen University Hospital). Research Assistent and pre-graduate scholarship, Research Department of Respiratory Medicine, Bispebjerg Hospital 2011-2014. With DIS since 2016.

Line Diemer Lyng Jørgensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.A. (African studies and Sociology of Religion, University of Copenhagen). Currently coordinator at the department of Anthropology, Copenhagen University. Special interests: Medical anthropology, chronic diseases and faith, HIV/AIDS counselling. With DIS Since 2011.

Line Diemer Jørgensen

Line Elmerdahl Frederiksen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

BSc and MSc Public Health, Aarhus University (2015/2017). PhD student at the Danish Cancer Society Research Center - Childhood Cancer Survivorship Research Group (2017-present). Research Assistant, Aarhus University Hospital, Skejby - Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics (2015-2017). With DIS since 2018.  

Line Kamstrup

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PsyD in Counselling Psychology (University of Regent’s College, London 2011). Ph.D. Counselling Psychology (University of Regent’s College London 2011). Chartered Counselling Psychologist (2012). Clinical Psychologist, Psychiatry, Psychiatric Clinic within the National Health Services (Denmark, 2011). Specialized in Mindfulness-Based Therapies, Existential Psychotherapy and Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy. With DIS since 2012.

Line Kamstrup Frederiksen, Positive Psychology

Lisa Abend

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD in European history, Harvard University, 1998. After several years as academic, Lisa Abend became a journalist and is currently a correspondent for TIME magazine. She contributes to several other magazines and newspapers and is author of The Sorcerer's Apprentices: A Season in the Kitchen at Ferran Adria's elBulli. With DIS since 2014.

Liz Jensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Has a MA and BA in English Language and Literature from Somerville College Oxford (1982) and is a Fellow of Britain's Royal Society of Literature. She is the author of eight novels, including The Rapture and The Ninth Life of Louis Drax. With DIS since 2015. Currently on leave.

European Humanities, Elisabeth Jensen

Lone Vesterager Martinus

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.A., Clinical Psychology (University of Aarhus, 1993). Licensed clinical psychologist (1996).Has worked as a psychologist and neuropsychologist both in private practice and rehabilitations centers (1993-2009). Head of educational and teaching department, Center for Rehabilitation of Brain Injury (University of Copenhagen, 2009 - present). External Lecturer, Institute of Nordic Studies and Linguistics & Dept. of Psychology (University of Copenhagen, 2011 - present). Guest lecturer at DIS 2000-2012. With DIS since 2012.

Psychology, Lone Vesterager Martinus

Louise Bagger Iversen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.Sc. and B.Sc. Public Health (University of Copenhagen, 2011/2007). Consultant in the Planning Department (Quality and Development, Region Sjælland, 2011-2014). Board member of the Danish Association for Public Health Science (2015-present). With DIS since 2014.

Lærke Posselt

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Freelance photojournalist working for Danish and International media. Represented by VU Agency. BA in Photojournalism from Danish School of Media and Journalism (2008-2013). Recipient of numerous awards, including World Press Photo, Pictures of the Year international, PDN Photo Annual and the Danish Crown Prince Couple's Rising Star Award. With DIS since 2015.

Communication, Lærke Posselt

Mads Simon Martinussen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Coach and chief consultant, initiator and co-owner of Public Funk. Part of the Rethink process team, Roskilde Festival 2012-present. First volunteered at the Roskilde Festival in the 90s. With DIS since 2013.

Maja Popovic

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect, Co-Curator at Copenhagen Architecture Festival and team member at Failed Architecture research platform Amsterdam. Urban Incubator Association Belgrade (Project leader, Architect, Researcher 2013 - 14) Master of Architecture (Academy of Architecture Amsterdam), Bachelor of Design (Interior Architecture, Academy of Applied Arts Utrecht). With DIS since 2017.

Maja Sbahi Biehl

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.comm. (Communication and Educational Studies, Roskilde University, 2004). B.A. (Speech and Communication, San Francisco State University, 1998). Interpreter and pedagogical supervisor for Turkish youth, Farum municipality, 1999-2000. With DIS since 2005.

Malene Kristiansen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Textile Designer (Denmark’s Design School, 1992). Has worked for H&M, Victoria's Secret, Hugo Boss, Romeo Gigli, and Hanne Bloch. Teaching positions with Designskolen Kolding and KADK, Denmark; Central St. Martins, England; Bergen Academy of Art and Design, Norway; University of Borås – The Swedish School of Textiles; and TextilLab, Holland. Currently Head of Bachelor Textile Design at KADK. With DIS since 2004.

Maria Serban

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD in Philosophy (University of East Anglia UK 2014) and MA in Philosophy and Cognitive Science (Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon, France 2010). Postdoctoral research at the Center for Philosophy of Science Pittsburgh (2014), at the Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science, LSE London (2015), and at the University of Copenhagen (2016-2018). Research focus on explanation in neuroscience and cognitive psychology, and computational modelling in systems biology and neuroscience. With DIS since 2016.

Psychology, Maria Serban

Maria Zabell

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.Sc. Public Health (University of Southern Denmark, 2016), B.A. in Nursing (University College Absalon, 2013), Research Assistant (Odense University Hospital, February-May 2017), Nurse (Neonatal ward, Rigshospitalet, 2016-2017), Research and project manager (WoMena, 2016-present). With DIS since 2018.  

Marie-Louise Holst

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect MAA (Aarhus School of Architecture, 2003). Employment as design tutor and lecturer University of Sydney, Australia (2005-2007) and University of Technology, Sydney (2008-2012). Employment at Johnson Pilton Walker, Sydney (2003-2004), Richard Goodwin Studio, Sydney (2004-2006), 3xN, Copenhagen (2006-2007), Neeson Murcutt Architects, Sydney (2007-2010), Force4, Copenhagen (2010-2011) and EFFEKT, Copenhagen (2013-present). With DIS Since 2014.

Mark Gry Christiansen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Graphic Designer. Ordinary National Diploma (Portsmouth College of Art & Design, 1987). Degree in Visual Communication (Denmarks Design School, 1992). Worked at Bysted Design from 1989-1995. Self employed from 1995 with projects covering a wide variety of fields within graphic design. With DIS since 2017.

Martin Cleemann Rasmussen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MA (Russian and History, University of Copenhagen 2004, graduated on Civil-Military relations in Russia, 1993-99). Associate professor at the Royal Danish Officer Academy (2011- ), Senior Advisor NordGEN at the Nordic Council of Ministers 2005-2009 on Russia and the CIS, Associate Professor Nordic Council of Ministers Petrazavodsk State University 1998, Exchange Student, Odessa (Ukraine), and St. Petersburg (1996-1997). Various positions as translator and leads many visits to Russia as well as several battlefield tours. Analyst on Russian matters in Danish news media. With DIS since 2015.

European Politics, Martin Cleemann Rasmussen

Martin Mennecke

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (International Criminal Law, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main, 2010), LL.M. (International Law, University of Edinburgh, 2000). Associate Professor at the University of Southern Denmark. Formerly visiting professor at Washington and Lee University, VA, and with the Office of the Prosecutor, International Criminal Court. Academic adviser on international law to the Danish Foreign Ministry. With DIS since 2004.

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Martin Prassé

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.Sc. Exercise & Fitness (University of Southern Denmark 2009), B.sc. Physiotherapy (2005), Strength and conditioning coach and physiotherapist for DAFF (Danish American Football Federation), DBU (Danish Soccer Association) and DCF (Danish Cricket Federation). With DIS since 2015.

Medical Practice and Policy, Martin Prassé

Matilde Petersen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Matilde Lykkebo Petersen. M.A. and B.A. in Cultural Encounters and Communication Studies (Roskilde University 2014 and 2011). Research Assistant at the Co-ordination for Gender Research at University of Copenhagen and Editorial Assistant at the research journal ’Women, Gender & Research’ (2014-present). With DIS since 2015.

Gender and Sexuality Studies, Matilde Lykkebo Petersen

Matthias Bjørnlund

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Master of Arts (History, University of Copenhagen, 2005). Department for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Copenhagen 2003-2005. Editor and translator on www.armenocide.de. Author and co-author of books, articles, and book chapters on historical and conceptual aspects of genocide. With DIS since 2011.

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Mette Frandsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

BA in Photojournalism, Danish School of Media and Journalism. Fatamorgana, Danish School of Documentary and Art Photography. Teaches at workshops, lectures on projects, and works around the world. With DIS since 2015.

Communication, Mette Frandsen

Mette Jungersen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MA (Russian Language and Literature, University of Copenhagen, 2012). Teacher of Danish Language and Literature, Saint Petersburg University of Telecommunication, 2006. Assistant at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Department of European Neighborhood and Russia, 2006-2009. With DIS since 2008.

Danish Language and Culture Mette Jungersen

Mette Sejer Sørensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

B.Sc. (Midwifery, Metropolitan University College, 2009). B.Sc. (Anthropology, University of Aarhus, 2001). Currently pursuing Master’s degree in Anthropology (University of Copenhagen). Research assistant at Roskilde Hospital (Copenhagen University Hospital) 2009-present. Midwife and project coordinator at Holbæk Hospital (Copenhagen University Hospital), 2011-present. With DIS since 2011.

Public Health Mette Sejer Sørensen

Mette Truberg Jensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Master of Arts in Visual Culture, University of Copenhagen, 2008. B.A. in Art History and Film and Media Studies, University of Aarhus, 2004. Curator, The Museum of Contemporary Art, 2009-2014. External lecturer, University of Aalborg, 2011. Art Educator, National Gallery of Denmark, 2005-2009.

European Humanities, Mette Truberg Jensen

Michael Asgaard Andersen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.Arch. (Columbia University, 1998), Ph.D. and Assistant Research Professor (Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, 2003-2009), Visiting Scholar (University of Pennsylvania, 2004-2005), Associate Professor (Chalmers University of Technology, 2012-2015), Architect MAA. Author of numerous articles and books, including "Jørn Utzon: Drawings and Buildings" (Princeton Architectural Press, 2014), editor of "Nordic Architects Write" (Routledge, 2008), and co-editor of "New Nordic: Architecture & Identity" (Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2012), and "Paradoxes of Appearing" (Lars Müller Publishers, 2009). With DIS since 2002-2011 and since 2017.

Michael Hedegaard

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M. Sc. Economics (Cand. Oecon), University of Aarhus, 1993. Trainee at the European Commission while studying, and since worked at Eksport Kredit Fonden (Export Credit Agency of Denmark), the Industrialization Fund for Developing Countries and West Africa Growth Fund. Founder of international business consulting company and bio-tech company in Kenya. External lecturer at Copenhagen Business School and University of Copenhagen. Co-author of university text book “Strategic Investment and Finance”. With DIS since 2012.

Global Economics, Michael Hedegaard

Michael Perlt

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Holds B.A. and M.A. in Theology from the University of Copenhagen and Pre-doctoral fellowship in cultural sociology from Yale University. His research focuses on religion & secularism, religious violence, and collective memory. His current research concerns death, cultural trauma and religious meaning making in the context of an armed conflict.

Michael Townsend

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MBA, University of Birmingham Business School, U.K, 1997. B.S., Civil Engineering Management, University of Wolverhampton, U.K, 1994,. Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts, U.K. Founder & CEO, Earthshine Solutions Ltd, 2006 - Present. Lecturer, Lund University and Copenhagen Business School. Advisory Board Member, University of Oslo, 2015 - Present. With DIS since 2015.

Michael Townsend, DIS faculty

Michela Nota

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.S.c Landscape Architect, Genova University (2013). Consultant, Landscape Architecture studios in Italy. Created an organization based on redevelopment of abandoned landscape and environmental education (META). Intern at Jac Studios, consultant at the urban design firm CITITEK. Now she is co-founder of COurban design collective. With an interest in co-creation, data collection and data analysis Michela is committed to applying human scale approaches to the physical design of urban spaces. With DIS since 2016.

Mie Oehlenschlager

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.A., Modern Culture and Cultural Communication (University of Copenhagen, 2008), B.A. Comparative Literature (University of Copenhagen, 2003). Today she is a freelance communications advisor and owner of Reboot Agent focusing on public and political agenda setting on topics related to children's digital rights and cyber culture. Before that she has had 14 years of professional experience with various elements of strategic communications from Campaigning and Fundraising at the Danish Refugee Council to CSR Advising and Public Affairs at WWF . She has also worked with political communication and been working with lobbying for one of Denmarks strongest private lobby firms as well as working inside the political arena at the Communications Department for the mayor under the Municipality of Copenhagen.

Mikael Fuhr

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect and Industrial Designer (Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, 1987). +20 years of experience in design management, innovation, communication and leadership. Design manager and project manager in DSB - Danish State Railways, 1998-1999, Head of Design Vision Lab in DSB, Director of Design in DSB, Founding Partner in FUHR, 2011. With DIS since 2013.

Architecture and Design, Mikael Fuhr

Mikael Rørdam Andersen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Center for Microbial Biotechnology (CMB), Technical University of Denmark (DTU), 2008). M.Sc. (Eng in Chemical Engineering, DTU, 2005). Group leader, Network Engineering of Eukaryotic Cell Factories at Department for Systems Biology, DTU. Associate professor, Systems biology in fungal and mammalian cell factories, CMB, Department for Systems Biology, DTU. With DIS since 2013.

Biomedicine, Michael Rørdam Andersen

Mikkel Godt Gregersen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.Sc. Economics (University of Copenhagen), MBA (Melbourne Business School). Ph.D. from Copenhagen Business School (CBS) in the field of control, growth, and creativity. Previous employment: A.P. Moller - Maersk (controller / manager), Entrepreneur, ReD Associates (Consultant / Finance Manager), Lecturer at University of Copenhagen and Copenhagen Business School. With DIS since 2013.

Mikkel Villum Jensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Educated from Denmarks Design School, 1991, from Furniture and Tools Branch. Workshop assistant on DIS Summer Furniture Design Studio, 2002-2007. Own company specializing in remote monitoring of marine mammals since 1998. Assigned at Aarhus University, designing instruments for research of harbor porpoise and seals since 2013. With DIS since 2017.

Mikkel Westergaard Hansen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.A. in History and is specialized in food production systems, cultural aspects of eating and the intersection of political ideologies and food. Since 2014, he has worked with restaurant Noma and MAD, René Redzepi's non-profit organization, as in-house historian and project manager. With DIS since 2016.

Morten Egholm

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Film and Media Studies, University of Copenhagen, 2009). Cand.mag. (Scandinavian Studies, Film and Media Theory, University of Copenhagen, 1997). Lecturer in Media History and Non-fiction Theory at the University of Copenhagen. With DIS since 2008.

European Humanities, Morten Egholm

Morten King-Grubert

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Master (International Business, Aarhus University, 2006), credits from Vienna University of Economics and University of California, Los Angeles. Danish born globalist, who has studied, lived and worked abroad for more than 7 years. Previous: Senior Export Advisor to the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Customer Service Executive at British Airways covering the entire European market. Co-founder of the Youth Goodwilll Ambassador Corps. Currently Head of Department, Talent Attraction at Copenhagen Capacity. With DIS since Fall 2014.

International Business, Morten King-Grubert

Morten Lykkegaard

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.mag. (History of Literature, Modern Culture and Philosophy, University of Aarhus, 2003). Former editor of Lettre Internationale. With DIS since 2013.

European Humanities, Morten Lykkegaard

Morten Warmind

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Sociology of Religion, University of Copenhagen, 1998). Mag.art. (Sociology of Religion, University of Copenhagen, 1984). Associate Professor and Director of Studies, Department of History of Religion, University of Copenhagen. With DIS 1990-1997 and since 2000.

European Humanities, Morten Warmind

My von Euler-Chelpin

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Public Health, University of Copenhagen, 2007). Research Consultant at UNESCO, Paris and Nairobi, and International Committee of the Red Cross, 1986-2002. Assistant Professor, Center for Epidemiology and Screening, University of Copenhagen, 2002–present. With DIS since 2011.

Public Health, My Catarina von Euler Chelpin

Naja Dam Mygind

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2011). Ph.D. student at the Department of Cardiology, Rigshospitalet (Copenhagen University Hospital). With DIS since 2014.

Medical Practice and Policy, Naja Dam Mygind

Nanna Christensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Graphic Designer (Visual communication, BA, Art Center College of Design 2009-2011, Danish School of Media and Journalism 2013-2014) Freelance at own studio since 2012. Art Director Assistant at Spread Studio (2014), Art Director at 2+1 (2015). Graphic designer at Rune Fjord Studio (2016-present). With DIS since 2016.

Natalie Jeffers-Hansen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.Sc., Interior Design (Pratt Institute, 2010), B.A. cum laude Art History, English (Wellesley College, 2004). External Lecturer, Furniture Design Workshop, DIS, 2013-2016. Business Development Coordinator, Henning Larsen Architects, 2013-2016. Business Development Coordinator, BIG Bjarke Ingels Group, 2016. With DIS since 2012.

Nathalie Rasmussen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.A. in Law (University of Amsterdam, 2005). Socially Responsible Investment Adviser, Nykredit Bank (2009-2010), Senior Engagement Manager, GES Investment Services (2010-2016). Current: Head of Business Conduct Engagement, GES International. External lecturer at DIS since 2013. Faculty member at DIS since 2016.

Nathanial Smith

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

BFA, University of Massachusetts, Boston 1976-1980. School of Applied Art, Copenhagen, furniture architect, 1980-1984. Working with Ark Design Studio, Copenhagen, Dissing + Weitling, Copenhagen, PlyCraft Inc, MA. USA, BackSaver Inc, USA, Source International, USA. Own office since 1989. Faculty/Technician at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) 2009-present. Visiting workshop assistant DIS 2017.

Nazila Ghavami Kivi

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

 

B.A. Public health science, University of Copenhagen (2016). Special focus on the intersections of race, gender and reproductive health. She has participated in research regarding encounters between midwives and migrant women in the Danish prenatal care system. Guest lecturer at DIS since 2015, as well as a recurring guest lecturer at Metropolitan University College in Copenhagen. Nazila is co-founder and editor of Friktion, feminist magazine for gender, bodies and culture. She is also a literary critic and frequent contributor at the largest Danish daily newspaper, Politiken. With DIS since 2017.

Neil Smith

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

LLB (Honours), University of Glasgow, 1999; Diploma in Legal Practice, Glasgow Graduate School of Law, 2000. Has co-owned business for the last decade advising small and medium sized companies on structuring, international expansion and M & A. With DIS since Spring 2016.

Neringa Bigailaite Vendelbo

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MA (Scandinavian Philology, 2005). BA (Lithuanian and Danish Philology, U. of Vilnius, 1996). Program Director of Environment, Politics, and Society programs at DIS. Faculty for Danish Language and Culture and Rebel Nations at DIS. International student advisor, Copenhagen University (2004-2005). Lithuanian language instructor, Baltisk Oplysnings Forbund (2002-2006). Employment at DFDS Transport A/S (1997-2004). With DIS since 2005.

European Politics, Neringa Bigailaite

Nicklas Järvelä Johansen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2015) and clinical researcher at Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen. With DIS since 2018.

Nicolai Christoffersen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.jur. (Law, University of Aarhus, 2006). Joint Senior Staff Course, Royal Danish Defense College, 2010. Trained in the Danish Army and deployed to Kosovo, 2000. Military Legal Adviser in the Danish Defense with prior deployments to Iraq in 2007, Afghanistan in 2008 and the Gulf of Aden in 2009. With DIS since 2010.

Niels Hald

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.polit. (Economics, University of Copenhagen, 1979). Secretary General and CEO, The Danish Brewers Association and The Danish Softdrink Association. Counsellor of Embassy, Deputy to the Ambassador, Permanent Representation of Denmark to the EU, 1992-1996. With DIS 1988-1992 and since 2002.

International Business, Niels Hald

Niels Valdemar Vinding

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD on Muslim Positions in the Religio-Organisational Fields of Denmark, Germany and England, 2013. MA in Islamic Studies, BA in Theology. Currently an assistant professor at the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen. His current project is on “Imams of the West,” which is an investigation into Islamic authority and Muslim leadership in Europa, North America and Australia. With DIS since 2015. Currently on Sabbatical.

European Politics, Niels Valdemar Vinding

Niels West

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2014) and researcher at Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, Rigshospitalet and Gentofte Hospital. With DIS since 2016.  

Nina Honoré Lahav

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Certified Teacher of Danish as a Foreign and Second Language, (Danish University of Education, 2002). With DIS since 2002.

Danish Language and Culture, Nina Benedikte Honore Lahav

Nis Mathiesen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.mag. (Rhetoric, University of Copenhagen, 2006). M.A. (Intelligence and International Security, King's College London, 2005). Chief Analyst with the private intelligence company Risk Intelligence, specializing in maritime security. With DIS since 2007.

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Nya Oxfeldt Jensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.A. (Communication and International Development, University of Roskilde, 2001), B.A. (Business Administration, University of San Diego, 1995). Communications Advisor, Sampension, 2001-2002. Communication Advisor, Ballerup Kommune, 2002-2011. Communication Advisor, Danish Refugee Council, 2011-2016. With DIS since January 2017.

Nya Oxfeld, faculty member at DIS

Peter Christensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Dr.phil. & Mag.art. (History, University of Copenhagen, 1993 & 1979). Lecturer at the Institute of History, University of Copenhagen. With DIS since 1992.

Peter Friis-Mikkelsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Master in Law (Copenhagen University, 1991). Past Work experience includes: Partner Group Manager (2002-2005) & Business Manager (2005-2008) both at Microsoft DK; VP Sales at ScanJour A/S (2008-2011), VP Sales Europe at Medical Insight A/S (2011-2012). Current Founder/Partner at COO Consulting (2012-). With DIS since 2016.

Peter Gravlund Nielsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.d. and Post. Docs (Molecular zoology, snakes, ancient DNA), University of Copenhagen, 1998-2010. M.Sc. (population genetics in reindeer), University of Copenhagen, 1994. Participated in arctic fieldwork on Svalbard, East- and West Greenland, Taimyr Peninsula in northern Siberia and the Baffin Bay.Worked with science outreach as exhibition developer and project manager at the Natural History Museum of Denmark, 2008-2015 and 2015-2016 and head of research at Den Blå Planet – National Aquarium of Denmark, 2012-2015. Teaching at University of Copenhagen since 1994.

Peter Helles Eriksen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

BA in Photojournalism form the Danish School of Media and Journalism (2007-2011), Pathshala, South Asian Institute of Photography, Dhaka, Bangladesh (2010), Fatamorgana, Danish School of Documentary and Art Photography (2006). Photojournalist at Berlingske Tidende (2008-2010). Has worked as a freelance photographer since 2011 and since 2015 been part of the artist collective "Sara, Peter & Tobias". With DIS since 2018. 

Peter Nørregaard

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Copenhagen 1985), Ph.D. (University of Copenhagen, 1998). Specialist in Gastroenterology and in Internal Medicine (2001). Chief physician, Frederiksberg Hospital 2001-2012. Chief physician, The Abdominal Centre, Bispeberg Hospital (part of Copenhagen University Hospital) since 2012. Research in digestion in health and diseases. Clinical tutor for junior and senior residents since 1992, clinical associate professor (Copenhagen University) since 2007. With DIS since 2004.

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Peter Rantzau

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Master (Strategy, Organisation and Leadership;Copenhagen Business School, 2001), BA (Communication, Colorado State University, 1993). Previously employed as General Manager at From Function, Rosendahl A/S (2004-2006), International Brand Director at Pandora A/S (2006-2008), Joint CEO at Munio/Rainforest Protection Initiative (2008-2012), Head of Department at Profilrejser (2013-2014). Present Managing Director of Kinraden since 2014 as well as External Lecture at Copenhagen Business School. With DIS since 2015.

International Business, Peter Rantzau

Rahim Naimi

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2012), Department of Gastroenterology and Endocrinology, Bispebjerg Hospital (Copenhagen University Hospital). With DIS since 2012.

Rasmus Ekman

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MSc in Geography and Geoinformatics (University of Copenhagen, expected in October, 2017). Office Assistant, City of Copenhagen, Department of Sustainable Development. Teaching experience from Herlev Gymnasium and University of Copenhagen. Former member of  the student association for Physical Geography with University of Copenhagen. Works with GIS at the climate adaptation unit in the municipality of Copenhagen and at Energy and Water – Greater Copenhagen Science Centre. With DIS since 2016.

 

Rasmus Frisk

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect MAA/Urban Design Master (Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen 2003). Extensive national/international experience with large-scale masterplans, building design and public space projects. Worked in leading positions at many firms including White Architects and Gehl Architects. Today, Partner at arki_lab, consulting on global urban design projects. With DIS since 2011.

Architecture and Design, Rasmus Frisk

Regitze Hess

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect MAA, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, Copenhagen (1993). B.Eng. – Civil, McGill University, Montreal (1985). Currently Special Advisor with International Federation for Housing and Planning [IFHP], working with IFHP in various capacities since 2005. A long range of experience advocating for better cities and built environments through the world of philanthropy, non-profits, academia & private practice; as conference organizer; curator; publisher, editor & writer; teacher and critic. Positions of trust include Gehl Institute Board Member. With DIS since 2002.

Remzi Ates Gürsimsek

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Sense-making Strategies and User-driven Innovations in Virtual Worlds, Roskilde University, 2012), M.Sc. (Digital Media and Industrial Design, Istanbul Technical University, 2007), B.ID. (Industrial Design, Middle East Technical University, 2004). Visiting researcher at the Human-Sciences and Technologies Advanced Research Institute, Stanford University (2011) and Eindhoven University of Technology (2006). With DIS since 2014.

Communications, Remzi Ates Gursimsek

René Rosfort

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD & MA (University of Copenhagen, 2008 & 2003). Associate Professor (Kierkegaard Research Centre, University of Copenhagen). With DIS since 2017.

European Humanities, Rene Rosfort

Ricardo Gomes

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect (Faculty of Architecture, University of Lisbon, 2002). Worked at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas between 2002 and 2004 and with the Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson between 2005 and 2011. From 2011 to 2014 he was an assistant professor at the Berlin University of the Arts. In 2009 Ricardo founded the multidisciplinary platform KWY. Recent projects include curating and participating in the exhibition 'techne, n.: A convergence between art, craftsmanship and architecture' at Den Frie in Copenhagen.

European Humanities, Ricardo Gomes

Rikke Kolbech

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MSc in International Business and Development Studies from Copenhagen Business School (CBS). Background in international business, with a focus on business ethics and corporate responsibility. She has been part of a think tank advising the Ministry of Employment, and worked for various interest groups in Denmark and the EU. Part of the strategy group of a major Danish shipping company and now works as an independent consultant. Previously taught courses on global business strategy, business ethics and intercultural communication at DIS. With DIS since 2014.

Gender and Sexuality Studies, Rikke Kolbech Gudiksen

Rune Riisbjerg Thomsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MSc in International Business and Politics and BSc in Business Administration and Sociology (Copenhagen Business School). Rune works as a project manager in research and development at Den Sociale Kapitalfond (Danish venture fund for social enterprises and finance). He has previously primarily worked on international and EU policy around labor markets, trade, utilities, social issues and environmental finance.

Rune Veile

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect, MAA (Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, 2006). Employment at KHR Arkitekter (2006). Henning Larsen Architects (2007-2009). MVRDV (2010-2012). COBE Arkitekter (2012-2013). BCVA Architecture (2013-present). With DIS since 2013.

Architecture and Design, Rune Veile

S. Salman Ahmad

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD in Psychology (2005) from Osmania University, India. Worked as faculty and consultant in the areas of psychology, leadership and organizational development across South Asia, the Middle East and Europe. In Denmark since 2010. Chief Consultant at the Living Institute and External Lecturer at Copenhagen Business School. Faculty member with the Department of Psychology at DIS since 2013.

Sabrina Khan

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2013). PhD student in Neurology at Rigshospitalet Glostrup, University of Copenhagen. Research in migraine and underlying pathophysiological mechanisms. Affiliated with the Human Migraine Research Unit, Dept. of Neurology at Rigshospitalet Glostrup since 2012. With DIS since 2015.

Sameera Khan

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Artist and curator. MA (Fine Arts, Sheffield Hallam University, UK, 2004), BA (Fine Arts and Printmaking, National College Of Arts, Pakistan, 2000). Swansea Print Workshop Studio Manager and Art Teacher, 2004-2007. Print Making/ Fine Arts Teacher, Academy of Visual and Performing Arts, Islamabad , 2001-2002, lecturer at Swansea University, UK, 2005-2006, and Gorseinon College, UK, 2005-2007. Exhibited in UK, U.S, Denmark, Dubai and Pakistan. With DIS since 2014.

Sandja Brugmann

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

B.A. Psychology, Dean’s List Scholar University of Colorado Boulder, 1999. Managing Partner, founder Refresh Agency 2002 – 2017 sustainable communication, corporate PR. Managing Partner The Passion Institute business strategy and leadership management consulting. Inclusive Leadership educator (2017-present). International speaker business, sustainable communication, leadership. External Lecture University of Colorado Boulder MENV Masters of the Environment (2016 – present). Brain Trust Leading Humans research (2017 – present). F5 Director Inspiring Women executive network (2017-present). With DIS from 2017.

Sanne Vils Axelsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MFA in Photography at University of Hartford (2016). B.A. in Photojournalism from The Danish School of Media and Journalism (2010). Photojournalist at Jyllands-Posten (2007-2008). Recipient of a Cultural exchange Scholarship for photography studies at FAMU in Prague (2009). Has worked as a freelance photographer since 2010. With DIS since 2015.

Communication, Sanne Vils Axelsen

Sara Ezban Grützmeier

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand. Soc. in Development and International Relations, Global Refugee Studies from Aalborg University (2013). Worked with ethnic minority integration in the Copenhagen Municipality and in civil society organizations focusing on youth activism. Currently working as project coordinator in Sabaah, a volunteer-based organization for LGBTQ people with ethnic minority background in Denmark. With DIS since 2015.

Gender and Sexuality Studies, Sara Grützmeier

Sara Gjermandsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.A. in English and Gender Studies and a B.A. in English and Minority Studies (University of Copenhagen 2014 and 2010). Worked as a research Assistant at the Co-ordination for Gender Research at The University of Copenhagen and as an editorial assistant at the research journal ’Women, Gender & Research. With DIS since 2015. Currently working as the assistant program director of Gender & Sexuality. With DIS since 2015.

Signe Østergaard Lund

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Studying Fine Woodworking, NEXT Copenhagen, Copenhagen Technical College. Participant in the exhibition "Skud på stammen 2016", collaborations between designers and cabinetmakers. Founder of OE Lund. With DIS since 2016.

Sigrid Kristiansen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand. Scient. Soc. (International Development Studies and Public Administration) Roskilde University 2009. Department and Project Coordinator at the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) working on projects in Afghanistan. With DIS since 2012.

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Silvia Dragomir

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect and advocate of Cities for People, with an MSc in Sustainable Urban Planning from Aalborg University and MSc in Architecture from Bucharest and Bordeaux. Her professional profile includes a collaboration with KANT architects, owner of an architecture studio with focus on sustainability, climate change adaptation and mitigation. Her passion is sharing knowledge and creating better living environments. With DIS since 2015.  

Simon Gravers Jacobsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.scient.pol. (Political Science, University of Copenhagen). Presently working as a head of section at the Ministry of Finance, where we is responsible for international climate finance and covers a range of EU policy issues, including climate, energy and environment. He has previously worked at the Danish Ministry of Climate, Energy and Building. In this capacity he has participated in the international negotiations on climate change under the UNFCCC. He has also worked at the Danish Embassy in Beijing. Before joining DIS faculty, Jacobsen has been an instructor in International Relations at the University of Copenhagen. With DIS since 2013.

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Simon Nørregaard Jensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MSc Political Communication and Management (Copenhagen Business School, 2015). BSc International Business and Politics (Copenhagen Business School, 2012). Exchange student University of Hyderabad, India (2011). Senior Consultant, Danish Regions (2017-present). Consultant, Danish Regions (2014-2017). With DIS since 2017.

Sine Lindholm

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect MAA (Aarhus School of Architecture, 2014). Own practice since 2014 working with a phenomenological focus and experimental approach in architectural assignments, competitions, and artistic work from stay at artist residencies. Former employed at SLETH, AVPD, BriqGroup. With DIS since 2016.

Siri Tellier

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MSc (Harvard School of Public Health, 1970). 40 years' experience in international health programs, incl. Director Danish Red Cross International Department; Representative UNFPA in Afghanistan, China, DPR Korea; Chair of UN System Theme Group on AIDS/China. Teaching full time since 2009, currently mainly at the Copenhagen School of Global Health. With DIS since 2010.

Public Health, Siri Tellier

Song Guo

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

MD (University of Copenhagen, 2012), PhD  in Neurology, (2016). Research in migraine headaches. Danish Headache Center & Department of Neurology, Rigshospitalet, University of Copenhagen. With DIS since 2012.

Steen Kjærgaard

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Major (Army). Military Analyst. Graduated Joint Command and Staff College (MA) 2010. Works under the Defense and Security studies at the Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS). Teaching background from heading the department for War studies at the Danish Military Academy. Holds  experiences from service at the Danish Defence Intelligence service. Currently completing MA in International Security at the University of Leicester (UK). With DIS since 2017.

Steffen Andersen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Economics, University of Copenhagen Denmark, 2007). Associate Professor, Copenhagen Business School , Department of Economics, since 2007. Visiting scholar at University of Chigaco, Stanford University and University of Central Florida. Published in several journals, such as American Economic Review, Econometrica, International Economic Review and Experiental Economics.

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Steffen Gunnar Løvkjær Petersen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.mag. (History and History of Art, University of Copenhagen, 2001). Attached to The Danish Royal Collection at Rosenborg and Chr.VIII’s Palace at Amalienborg as Assistant Curator since 1998. With DIS since 2011.

European Humanities, Steffen Gunnar Løvkjær Petersen

Steffen Jensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (International Development Studies, Roskilde University, 2002). Senior Researcher, Rehabilitation and Research Centre for Torture Victims (RCT). With DIS since 2008.

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Stine Laursen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

DPhil Student (University of Sussex, Present). Cand. Scient. Soc. (University of Copenhagen, 2010). BSc and MSc Political Sociology (London School of Economics, 2006). Currently specializing in irregular migration in Scandinavia. Research experience in the area of migration and immigration, including projects in East and Southeast Asia, Africa and Europe. With DIS since 2013.

Sune Olander Rasmussen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Geophysics, University of Copenhagen, 2006). M.Sc. (Geophysics, University of Copenhagen, 2002). Assoc. professor and coordinator at Centre for Ice and Climate, Niels Bohr Institute. With DIS since 2011.

Environmental Science of the Arctic, Sune Olander Rasmussen

Susana Dietrich

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Biomedical Sciences, University of Porto, Portugal, 2007), M.Sc. (Biotechnology, De Monfort University, UK, and Karolinska Institutet, Sweden, 1998), Licenciatura (Microbiology, Portuguese Catholic University, Portugal, 1997). Post-Doctorate positions in immunology and neuroimmunology (University of Lund, Sweden and University of Copenhagen, Denmark). With DIS since 2011.

Medical Practice and Policy, Susana Dietrich

Susanne Goul Hovmand

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.merc. (International Business, Copenhagen Business School, 1999). Marketing Research Consultant, Harrigan-Bodick, Inc. New York, 2000- 2001. TNS Gallup A/S Copenhagen, 2002-2006. External Lecturer, Copenhagen Business School, 2003-2005. With DIS since 2006.

Susanne Lilja Buchardt

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD in Glaciology (University of Copenhagen). Educated at Centre for Ice and Climate, Niels Bohr Institute and works with ice core analysis and ice flow models. Participated in ice core drillings in Greenland and Antarctica since she was a grad student. With DIS since 2013.

Environmental Science of the Artic, Susanne Lilja Buchardt

Suzanne da Cunha Bang

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.mag. et art. (Danish, English, History of Art, University of Copenhagen, 1983 and 2002). Teacher of Danish to foreigners since 1979. Program director of Danish Language and Culture at DIS 2004-2017. With DIS 1983-1991.

Danish Language and Culture, Suzanne da Cunha Bang

Søren Hove

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D in Middle East Studies (2009). Chief Consultant at the Danish Defense and formerly research fellow at the Centre for Contemporary Middle East Studies (University of Southern Denmark) and postdoctoral researcher at the Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS, Copenhagen). Expertise in terrorism and Islamist militancy in the Middle East. With DIS since 2011.

European Politics, Søren Hove

Søren Jakobsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.scient.pol. (Political Science, University of Aarhus). Presently working as a special adviser in the Danish Ministry of Climate, Energy and Building. He is also engaged in the work on climate finance and in establishing the Green Climate Fund. Søren is a member of the newly established Standing Committee for Finance under the UNFCCC. As administrator in the European Commission, DG Trade, he worked as a trade negotiator representing the EU in the WTO talks on trade in services, in particular in the field of international transport services and the related bilateral matters, as well as the development of related European legislation. With DIS since 2013.

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Thomas Bolander

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Thomas Bolander, Ph.D., is an associate professor at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Technical University of Denmark (DTU). In 2006, he received the "teacher of the year" award at DTU. In the period 2009-2013 he was director of studies at the Copenhagen University Extension, and 2011-2014 part-time employed as educational developer at LearningLab DTU, taking part in developing and teaching the Education in University Teaching at DTU. Thomas Bolander is furthermore book reviews editor of the Springer journal Studia Logica, and scientific advisor for the Science & Cocktails initiative.

Thomas Dickson

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect, industrial designer (Royal Academy, 1990=. Denmarks School of Journalism 1988. Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, 1989. Own office from 1991 to 2002 and again since 2009. Director of design futures Lego Company 2002-04, associate professor at Aarhus School of Architecture 2004-09. Visitng professor at Umeå Institute of Design 2010-11. Author of numerous books on design and innovation. With DIS 1993-97 and from 2017.

Thomas Telving

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.mag. (Philosophy, Syddansk Universitet, 2002). Former Communications Manager for Moment human resourcing, Senior Consultant with Infomedia strategic consulting and MEP Press Officer Nyt Europa. Current Public Relations Manager with ASE. With DIS since 2012.

Thomas Telving

Thorsten Wagner

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Mag.art. (Modern History and German Literature, Technische Universität Berlin, 1998). Danish Center for Holocaust- and Genocide Studies, 2001-2004. Educator at the Jewish Museum Berlin since 2001. Research fellow and docent at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin since 2007. With DIS since 2010. Currently on paternity leave.

Thyge C. Bro

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Mag.art. (Classical Archaeology, University of Copenhagen, 1984). External lecturer in art history at the University of Copenhagen, 1985-1998. External lecturer in classical archaeology at the University of Southern Denmark, 1998-2000. With DIS since 2006.

European Humanities, Thyge C Bro

Timothy E. Case

DIS Copenhagen Semester Visiting Faculty

Ph.D., Geography, University of Michigan. Expertise in geography, photography, and IT technology. As a geographer, his areas of interests are the culture and economic development of Southeast Asia, survey research and data analysis. As a photographer/film maker, his photographs have been shown in numerous exhibitions, including a National Geographic exhibition on Thailand. Made three documentary films about Asia. IT professional in various capacities for over 30 years, including over 20 years in Washington, D.C. working on issues for the US Congress. Timothy teaches and lectures on landscape photography and geography. Undergraduate study abroad in Japan.

Tina Bacher

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.mag (French and Culture Journalism, Copenhagen University). Modules in Danish as a second language. Tina has worked as a Danish instructor many years in her own company in. Translator for the State Department and interpreter for the Danish Police. Tina has a background as a business consultant in local businesses and tourism. With DIS since 2018.

Tina Christensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect MAA, Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen 1990. Designer at IKEA of Sweden, 1991-1995. Owner of Form Design, 1995-2001. Teacher at the Danish Design School 1998-2000. Co-founder of LEGAARD&CHRISTENSEN 2001. Visiting  professor, University of Washington, 2016. With DIS since 2005.

Architecture and Design, Tina Christensen

Tina Midtgaard

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Architect, M.A.A./M.D.D. (Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, 1992). Worked in various offices in Germany, South Africa, Namibia and Denmark. Own office since 1992. With DIS since 2005.

Tina Nielsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.ling.merc in German (Århus University, School of Business and Social Sciences, 1998). Degree in English (University of Southern Denmark, 1994). Master’s programme in Teaching Danish as Second Language for Adults (University of Copenhagen, 2009). Teacher of Danish to foreigners since 2002. Own link2danish offering courses in Danish language and culture to private organizations since 2011. With DIS since 2012.

Danish Language and Culture, Tina Nielsen

Tine Poulsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences (University of Copenhagen, 2013); M.Sc. and B.Sc Public Health (University of Copenhagen 2004/2002). Project manager (Roskilde Hospital, Region Sjælland 2013-15), Consultant (Municipality of Gladsaxe, 2002-2007). With DIS since 2016.

Public Health, Tine Poulsen

Toby Musgrave

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Garden History, Reading University, UK, 1996). B.Sc. (Horticulture, Reading University, UK, 1990.) Independent lecturer on garden and plant history since 1994. Author of eight books and numerous magazine and newspaper articles on the subjects of garden and plant history and design. With DIS since 2010.

European Humanities, Jonathan Tobias Thomas Musgrave

Toke Fosgaard

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

2010 – Present, Assistant Professor at University of Copenhagen; PhD at University of Copenhagen (2010); 2008, Visiting Scholar at University of Amsterdam.

Tommy Heisz

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

BA from The Danish School of Journalism, 2003. Author and freelance writer, primarily working with documentary, reportage and long-form journalism. With DIS since 2017.

Torben Jørgensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.mag. (M.A. in History, University of Copenhagen, 2003). With the Danish Jewish Museum, 2007-2008. Researcher, Danish Institute for International Studies, Department for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, 2003-2005. Researcher, Danish Center for Holocaust and Genocide Research, 2000-2003. With DIS since 2008.

Torben Lykke Sørensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Copenhagen, 1999). DM.Sci. (University of Copenhagen, 2004). Associate professor at University of Copenhagen. Chief Physician in Ophthalmology, Roskilde Hospital (Copenhagen University Hospital). Former research fellow at Cleveland Clinic Foundation. With DIS since 2005.

Medical Practice and Policy, Torben Lykke Sørensen

Trevor Popp

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Geological Sciences, University of Colorado, Boulder, 2008). M.Sc. (Oceanography, Florida State University, 1998). Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1998-2006. Centre for Ice and Climate, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, 2008-present. With DIS since 2011.

Troels Wesenberg Kjær

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Copenhagen, 1992). Ph.D. (University of Copenhagen, 1996). Chief Physician, Clinical Neurophysiology, Neurophysiology Center, Dept of Neurology, Roskilde University Hospital. With DIS since 2003.

Medical Practice & Policy, Troels Wesenberg Kjær

Uffe Jakobsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Political Science, University of Copenhagen, 1994). Former Vice Rector at the University of Greenland (2010-2013). Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen since 2013, researching Developments in Greenland and the Arctic. With DIS since 2014.

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Ulf Aslak Jensen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD researcher at the Copenhagen Centre for Social Data Science, University of Copenhagen. Visiting researcher at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), MScEng in Digital Media Engineering from DTU. Former research assistant at the Uri Alon lab at the Weizmann Institute of Science. Former Data Scientist at Trustpilot, and seasoned teaching assistant in academia. His current research focuses on pattern detection and behavior prediction in multimodal social network data.

Ulrik Graff Rasmussen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand.jur. (Law, University of Copenhagen, 2006). European Legal Diploma, University of Kent, 2003. Head of Section, Danish Defense Command-Afghanistan, 2009. Head of Section, Danish Defense Command - Maritime operations, 2008. Deployed to Iraq in 2007 and Afghanistan in 2009. With DIS since 2010.

Ulrik Kristoffer Stoltze

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2017). Currently: Residency in Gastrointestinal surgery at Herlev Hospital, researcher at Pediatrics Oncology Lab (Bonkolab) at Rigshospitalet and chairman of The Stethoscope, a radio program for medical professionals. Previously:  Researcher at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the Clinical Genetics Department at Rigshospitalet, doctor in the psychiatric emergency room at Bispebjerg Hospital, and former DIS Course Assistant for Human Health & Disease. With DIS since 2017.

Veronika Leonova

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.A. in Clinical Psychology (Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2011). Jungian Analytical Psychotherapy education (Moscow Association for Analytical Psychology, 2012). Worked as a clinical psychologist in various institutions and taught as an external lecturer at “The Higher School of Psychology” in Psychoanalysis and Developmental Psychology. In Denmark since 2015. I work with children, adolescents and adults, conducting individual and group therapy in private practice, in collaboration with “Cool Kids” clinic and as a volunteer in NEFOS. With DIS since 2017.

Veronika,Leonova, Psychology, European Clinical Psychology

Vibeke Steffen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. (Anthropology, University of Copenhagen, 1996). Mag.scient. (Anthropology, University of Copenhagen, 1988). Associate professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen (1993-present).

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Wayne Walker

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

BA (Business, State University of New York, College at Buffalo, 1989). Founder & Director of GCMS - Developed a practical & challenging trading diploma program that has been adopted by & taught at elite EU & Asian universities (Professor at Nanjing Audit University). Various Management positions such as Regional Manager for teams of Investment Advisors servicing North America & Middle East Regions, Training Consultant. Headed the Trader Training Program at Saxo Bank (2008). ACI Dealing Certificate (Distinction) as well as NASD-Series 3 license.

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Wendy Sophie Schou

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2015). Residency in the Medical Department, Herlev University Hospital (present). Internship in a GP, Bornholm (2016), Internship in the Medical Department, Bornholms Hospital (2015-2016). With DIS since 2016.  

Yama Fakhri

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2013). Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Cardiology, Rigshospitalet (Copenhagen University Hospital) and Department of Medicine, Division of Cardiology, Nykøbing Falster Hospital. With DIS since 2016.