A former Wall Street trader known for his involvement in aspects of the financial crisis, who later became a researcher from University of Chicago, is employed as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Finance.
CBS has appointed its first vice dean of research. Today, Nanna Mik-Meyer, Professor with special responsibilities, takes on the position. Read more about her most important task and how she is planning to go about it.
CBS will be the host of a birthday celebration in honor of the United Nations on 24 October 2018 at the Wedge (Kilen). CBS and the Danish UN Association Copenhagen have joined together to celebrate the birthday of the UN on a day that will feature prominent speakers, music, and a tree-planting with the mayor of Frederiksberg.
Dean of Education Gregor Halff is establishing a new position to increase the focus on retaining CBS’ international graduates on the Danish labour market. ”International students and graduates are a valuable resource to Denmark; society as well as the business community”, says the dean of education.
Three new research platforms address some of the international community’s most important challenges: inequality, diversity and digital transformation. Meet the three academic directors of the platforms, and attend the creative launch events. Everybody is invited!
CBS is introducing two new platforms; Diversity and Inequality. On this occasion, there will be entertainment, activities and panel debates, and you are invited. You can also attend a Business Connect event with Tommy Ahlers, Minister for Higher Education and Science, who will address the impact of digital transformation on society.
CBS’ Senior Management has decided to set up a position as vice dean of research with particular focus on external funding. Søren Hvidkjær, Dean of Research, has appointed Professor with special responsibilities (WSR) Nanna Mik-Meyer for this position as of mid-October 2018.
It’s the start of a new semester, also for Jens Bjørn Andersen, the CEO of DSV, a global transport and logistics company. He has agreed to be the new Executive in Residence at CBS, an initiative inviting executive managers from top Danish companies to spend a year studying at the university.