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Anders Larsen, European Humanities faculty member, recently co-authored a guidebook of Copenhagen specifically written for an LGBTI+ audience.
DIS would like to recognize long-standing Faculty Member and academic consultant, Anders Larsen, who sometimes features in drag as Chantal al Arab, for his contributions to various artistic works across Scandinavia.
DIS staff and faculty member Anders Larsen was published in SIGnals, a magazine written for international students and study abroad students who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered.
DIS staff and alumna participate in a panel about the LGBTQIA* experience in Copenhagen
The spring 2014 semester has begun at DIS following the Opening Ceremony in Cirkusbygningen.
Nine DIS staff attended The Forum on Education Abroad’s annual conference for professionals in the industry to discuss Standards of Good Practice for the field of education abroad.
Among a highly qualified pool of applicants, two students, Lauren Krupsaw and Pablo Henning Manrique, were awarded the Anders Uhrskov Leadership Scholarship for $5,000 each toward their semesters at DIS.
Two students received Anders Uhrskov Scholarships this spring. Reid Manheim, Middlebury College, and Kim Stagg, University of Rochester, each received the scholarship for their commitment to leadership and passion to pursue their academic interests abroad.
Recipient of the Summer 2017 Anders Uhrskov Scholarship, Laurence Diao of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, will study Corporate Social Responsibility and Emerging Markets during Session 1 and 2. The Anders Uhrskov Leadership Scholarship is…
Recipient of the Summer 2017 Anders Uhrskov Scholarship, Laurence Diao of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, will study Corporate Social Responsibility and Emerging Markets in Session 1 and 2. The Anders Uhrskov Leadership Scholarship is…
Olivia Gusmano, Temple University, will study child development and the Danish education system during her two sessions at DIS this summer.
This upcoming spring, recipient of the Anders Uhrskov Scholarship, Abby Radnitzer of Denison University will be studying at DIS Copenhagen in the Global Economics Program. The Anders Uhrskov Leadership Scholarship is awarded to one student each…
To continue her passion for global health, Natalie Tikhonovsky will return to DIS to study in Copenhagen with the help of her Anders Uhrskov Leadership Scholarship.
The scholarship was awarded to Jane Pak, a psychology major from Wellesley College.