When tragedy struck Copenhagen earlier this week, Kylie knew she had a unique perspective as a full-year student abroad here in Copenhagen and avid admirer of the Danish culture.
News from DIS
DIS student ambassadors and staff came together for a charity event this past Friday, spreading the love of Valentine’s Day and raising money to donate to Save the Children.
In remembrance of this past weekend’s sad events, a memorial service will be held tonight at 20:00 outside Krudttønden, where the first incident took place.
DIS administration has discussed the events in Copenhagen over the weekend and how we should proceed.
DIS Psychology faculty member, Anna Sircova, has recently contributed to a new publication based on research of time perspective in psychology.
For students in the Business Entrepreneurship Project core course, Dublin as an up and coming global technological and entrepreneur hub makes the perfect location for their week-long study tour.
Longtime DIS faculty member, Carsten Pape, has recently published a new e-book.
Last semester, the Child Development & Diversity program introduced a new collaboration with the Gentofte town library, giving students the opportunity to volunteer.
Scandinavia is currently an under-served region when it comes to undergraduate study abroad, so while Copenhagen has been our primary focus for 55 years, we look forward to branching out.
Current students recently put on the first ever DIS Vagina Monologues at Copenhagen’s International Student Union, Studenterhuset.
When not teaching at DIS, Full-Time Faculty Member, Anne Brandt Christensen, sits as the Board Chairman for HopeNow, a Danish NGO that works to prevent trafficking of men and women to Denmark.
As the end of the semester nears, DIS faculty have recognized one outstanding student per academic program with an award of Academic Excellence.
As part of the Adolescence in Northern Europe course and its co-requisite practicum, students are placed in a Danish educational setting to first-hand experience the basis of pedagogy for Danish youth.
In CNN International’s recently added new program, ‘The Perfect City,’ Copenhagen is highlighted in the first episode.
DIS alumna of the Graphic Design program, Misako Ono, Tufts University, has won a design competition to create this years’ Danish Book Fair (BogForum) poster.
Recently hosted by Danish company, Eye for Image, Think International was one of many events this semester that students in the Digital Media in Marketing course worked to promote online.
DIS faculty member, Toby Musgrave, is major contributor and Consulting Editor of a new book, The Gardener’s Garden.
Recently, DIS Program Directors and faculty kicked off this year’s curriculum development, a process to build new courses and programs, as well as strengthen the DIS current portfolio.
DIS faculty, Andrew Shield, has published an article on the topic of immigration and sexuality.
Troels Kjær, Ph.D. and faculty of the Medical Practice & Policy core course, Human Health & Disease: A Clinical Approach, has just published a new book about the fascinating capabilities of the human brain.