Department of Management, Society and Communication

What's happening at MSC:

Associate Professor Lisbeth Clausen appointed Senior Fellow at the HEA

Lisbeth Clausen

Lisbeth Clausen, Associate Professor at the Department of Management, Society and Communication has been appointed Senior Fellow at The British Higher Education Academy (HEA).

 

The British Higher Education Academy (HEA) is an accreditation body with an internationally acclaimed framework for benchmarking success within higher education teaching. While it emerged in a UK context, it is currently spreading to universities worldwide and awards accreditation of quality within one of the four categories of HEA Fellowship; Associate Fellowship, Fellowship, Senior Fellowship or Principal Fellowship.

 

The status of HEA Senior Fellow is highly prestigious. There are at present 126,770 fellows (worldwide across the above four

categories). Approximately 10 percent of these fellows are accredited at Senior Fellow level. 15 are currently based in Danish institutions (all at CBS). The Senior Fellowship is awarded to professionals who meet the criteria of Descriptor 3 (D3) of the UK Professional Standards Framework (UKPSF) for teaching and supporting learning in higher education.

 

Having staff members with a SFHEA certification at CBS implies having certified role models at senior level who commit not only to developing own teaching practice but also the teaching practice of other faculty members. This certification highlights a way to recognize success within higher education teaching and learning support. 

 

Lisbeth Clausen has assessed and supervised more than 30 Assistant Professors in the three-year teachers’ qualification program. She has also taught hundreds of onboarding faculty in the two-day Learning to Teach pedagogics courses. 

 

More information
Read more about the Senior Fellowship at The British Higher Education Academy (HEA) here or contact Lisbeth Clausen, lcl.msc@cbs.dk.

 

MSC in the media:

A few recent MSC appearances in the (mostly Danish) media (many more references can be found in the left-hand menu under 'In the Media'):

 
Carlsberg betaler millioner af skattekroner til Myanmars brutale militærdiktatur. Er det altid godt at betale skat?
Professor Andreas Rasche contributes to article about the Carlsberg brewery's payment of tax in Myanmar, Danwatch, 18 October 2021

Also by Andreas Rasche:
Forsikringsselskaber kræver bæredygtig opførsel af kunderne, Finans, 24 August 2021.
 
Ole Helmersen i RÆSON SØNDAG: Nu hvor fortøjningerne til EU er kappet, kan Storbritannien igen indtage den plads, det havde, dengang solen aldrig gik ned over imperiet
Article by Associate Professor Ole Helmersen about post-Brexit Britain, Ræson, 9 October 2021 (paywall)

Also with Ole Helmersen:
Boris Johnson i modvind, DR2 Deadline, 25 July 2021 (18 min, 30 sec. into the programme)
 
Nye anbefalinger: Sådan skal 3F'erne med i den digitale fremtid
Professor MSO Mikkel Flyverbom comments on digital solutions and life-long learning, Fagbladet3F, 1 October, 2021
 
Podcast: Skyller en ny lyserød bølge ind over Latinamerika?
External Lecturer Carlos Salas Lind about the political development in Latin America, Globalnyt, 1 September, 2021
 

CBS-forskere: Hold igen med datadeling, indtil der er skabt effektive samtykkemekanismer

Article by Associate Professor Nanna Bonde Thylstrup, Postdocs Kristian Bondo Hansen and Kasper Lindskow, and Professor MSO Mikkel Flyverbom about some of the challenges of Artificial Intelligence, Altinget, 1 September 2021.

Read also by Mikkel Flyverbom: God dataetik: Hvad skal din leder vide om dig?, heartbeats.dk, 24 June 2021

 
Supermarkedet kan hjælpe dig til at vælge grønnere
Associate Professor Meike Janssen is interviewed about sustainable shopping choices in the Danish consumer magazine, Tænk, August issue, 2021.
 

 


Introducing MSC:

The Department of Management, Society and Communication

 

The department came into existence on 1 January 2017 as a result of the merger of the Department of Intercultural Communication and Management and the Department of International Business Communication. Read about MSC's research profile here.

 

MSC moved into its new premises in Dalgas Have in August 2017. As one of CBS' largest department, it occupies most of the second floor of the building.

Dalgas Have

MSC is home to a number of Centres and research initiatives:
CBS Sustainability
Centre for Business and Development Studies (CBDS)
The BHRights Initiative - teaching and research on Business and Human Rights
The CBS Africa Initiative
CogLab - MSC’s facility for experimental research

BiS Platform secretariat
MSC hosts the joint secretariat for CBS’ three new Business-in-Society Platforms, which came into existence on 1 January 2018:
Difference & Diversity
Transformations: Technology, Data and Knowledge in the Digital Age
Inequality
MSC contributes with members to all three platforms and with academic co-directorship to one of them (Transformations).


Further information about MSC

Please contact the MSC Head of Department, Dorte Salskov-Iversen or the MSC Head of Secretariat, Annika Dilling.

The page was last edited by: Department of Management, Society and Communication // 10/19/2021

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