RUC staff accuse management of hasty solutions

Last December, when the Board of Directors of RUC adopted a budget involving redundancies, some staff members wrote protest letters about their frustrations and turned up at the budget meeting..

Rector invited students and staff to a debate on interdisciplinarity

On Thursday, 29 January, Hanne Leth Andersen hosted yet another so-called ‘dialogue seminar’ – this time to discuss interdisciplinarity. Both staff and students were invited, but it was mostly members of staff that had shown up.

Jesper Ryberg: Prized researcher

Monday is the deadline for nominations for Dansk Magisterforening‘s two research awards. RUC’s Jesper Ryberg won one of them in 2012. He is just generally very much a prize-winning professor.

Speeches create leadership

Speeches have created presidents, unified nations, and moved workers to fight with everything they have. Still, we’re losing the sense of what speeches mean.  A new book explores how crucial speeches are for leadership. Taler har skabt præsidenter, samlet nationer og fået medarbejdere til at kæmpe med alt, de har. Alligevel er vi ved miste […]

The Rector’s Blog: Quiet Researchers vs. Noisy Researchers

If you recognize the names of research experts in the media, it’s not so strange. They’re extensively the same names which get used again and again. Prorector Peter Kjær blogs on this phenomenon.

Autocracy in research has reached its end

The research of the future is created by both free-time nerds and professional scientists. This is illustrated in a new documentary created by Ph.D student Alfred Birkegaard.