RUC PhD graduate in top finish at the 2014 PhD Cup

The 2014 PhD Cup was held at DR’s Koncerthus on a Sunday night in May. The fight for top honours had never been closer. RUC was represented among the frontrunners, but in the end, the winner was from Aarhus University.

The joy of having handed in your thesis fades quickly

The champagne bubbles have long since fizzled out of the body. The same is the euphoria of handing in just after the thesis was put on the secretary’s desk. Now it’s mostly too many free hours and boring job seeking filling up the day. This is the third and last entry in our series on […]

Thesis submission: “Now it’s time for some beer”

Over the last six months, Rasmus Hylleberg has been blogging about the life of a thesis-writing student. Now he has finally submitted his thesis. RUSK followed him and his thesis partner on their very last day as university students. Here is the second and final part.

Thesis submission: “We don’t want to do any more. We can’t do any more. We’re done in”

Over the last six months, Rasmus Hylleberg has been blogging about the life of a thesis-writing student. Now he has finally submitted his thesis. RUSK followed him and his thesis partner on their very last day as university students. Here is part one.

Submitting your thesis: Relief, joy, celebration and then what?

You’ve handed in your thesis. After five years as a student, your time at RUC is coming to a close. Still, students leaving the University get little more than a “thank you” from the secretary accepting delivery of the thesis. 

Thesis of the week: Trust and cooperation are the new “in” words in the public sector

Confidence in your front-line workers’ professional competence is the new management logic among municipalities, thereby replacing the previous focus on following a lot of fixed standards. But social/healthcare workers in Slagelse cannot change their practices overnight: as Mikkel Schwab’s thesis shows.