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Movie Showing: Twin Peaks – Fire Walk with Me

Join us for a showing of the David Lynch movie ‘Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me.’ The movie can be seen both as a prologue and an epilogue to the television series Twin Peaks. The event is open to all students and is free of charge.

Movie Showing: Gravity

Free of cost and open to all students, the DIS Library is showing the film Gravity. Come join!

Climate Seminar with Guest Katherine Richardson

Hear from Professor Katherine Richardson who is the Leader of Sustainability Science Center and Former Chairman of the Danish Commission on Climate Change Policy. Professor Richardson will offer her insight into the scientific understanding of climate…

Climate Seminar with Guest Katherine Richardson

Hear from Professor Katherine Richardson who is the Leader of Sustainability Science Center and Former Chairman of the Danish Commission on Climate Change Policy. Professor Richardson will offer her insight into the scientific understanding of climate change and the role of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPC), as well as reflections on the outcome of COP21 in Paris. The event is open to all students, faculty, and staff.

Textile and Furniture Design Exhibition

Join us for an exhibition of student work from the Textile Design in Scandinavia and Furniture Design Workshop courses. The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.

Planning for Your Health Abroad (Summer)

Health Information Form As a part of Student Registration, you will complete a Health Information Form. The main purpose of this form is to help you prepare for managing your mental and physical health abroad. However,…

Frankfurt-Heidelberg

Germany is at the forefront of neuroscience in Europe, and the cities of Frankfurt and Heidelberg are known as research hubs across many areas of science, including psychopharmacology and neurobiology. The presence of institutes such as…

Psychology of Adult development

How is our future shaped as adults? Significant recent changes in global demographics emphasize the importance of life-span theory in psychology. This course examines this renewed emphasis on the essential psychosocial tasks of 25-75 year old adults. You learn…

Diverse Identities Social Club: Intercultural Reflection

Join us in the Diverse Identities Social Club! Along with fellow classmates, create an open and safe space where you can explore all of your personal experiences with diversity, identity, and intercultural interactions while studying abroad.…

The Politics and Ethics of Food

This course analyzes different dimensions of food consumption and production. First, we seek to answer multiple ethical questions regarding food consumption. Should we eat animals? Do we have a responsibility to reduce hunger in the world?…

Brussels

On this week-long study tour to Europe’s political capital, you will have the opportunity to meet up with decision makers, think tanks, and top European media professionals dealing with propaganda in government strategic communication, and to…

Sweden Canoe & Hiking

Join us for two days of outdoor activities in Southern Sweden. Spend a day hiking and exploring the beautiful Kullaberg Peninsula. Canoe down Ronne River, which winds through the Swedish countryside and finally finds its way…

Cooking Class: The Four Seasons of Denmark

Learn how to cook Danish dishes with our very own Living & Learning Coordinator Linn Grubbström! Linn is a creative food blogger who has written several cookbooks. During this class, she will guide you through how…

Propaganda: Fakes and Facts

What is the difference between propaganda and bias or strategic communications? How do media, businesses, and governments place themselves in the space between information, persuasion, and manipulation? This course will analyze fake news, ethical standards in…

Panel Event: Consequences of Anti-Globalization on Trade, Welfare, People, and Politics

Discuss and exchange viewpoints on anti-globalization, its key challenges, strengths and weaknesses, and how to move forward. The event kicks off with short presentations from panelists, and then a discussion open to the audience. Light dinner, snacks, and refreshments will be served at CBS Café Nexus. Nexus is open until midnight. Participation is free. If you wish to join, contact Michael Hedegaard at mh.om@cbs.dk. or Thea Møller Rasmussen at thra15ac@student.cbs.dk. Due to limited seating, participation is binding.

Quiz Night in English

Do you take pride in your knowledge of both random facts as well as current events? Test your trivia during Quiz Nights at Studenterhuset, where DIS Copenhagen, Danish, and international students are invited to play. This presents a great opportunity to meet Copenhageners and dive into a wide range of fun trivia topics — from popular culture to logic, current events, arts, literature, and more. The winning team receives a 1,000 DKK prize.

Quiz Night in English

Do you take pride in your knowledge of both random facts as well as current events? Test your trivia during Quiz Nights at Studenterhuset, where DIS Copenhagen, Danish, and international students are invited to play. This…