Interview with the rector II: Including alternative methodological approaches and the quality of education.

In this second and penultimate part of our long interview with newly-appointed rector Hanne Leth Andersen we cover a number of issues, including some of the challenges that RUSK and RUSK’s readers have identified, we discuss the quality of education and we face Copenhagen life off against RUC-life.

Blog post: Welcome to the new rector

Frit Forum features both praise and critical comments after last week’s three-part interview with RUC’s new rector, Hanne Leth Andersen. Board member Morten Slabiak takes up his pen in this post.

The Rectorship blog: Admission requirements should be rethought, but not completely changed

In her first blog post as Rector, just one day after taking up her new position, Hanne Leth Andersen responds to Frit Forum’s article about admission requirements versus motivated applications..

Farewell – and welcome back, Ib

On Friday, 28 March, RUC bid a warm farewell to its rector, Ib Poulsen. At the farewell reception, RUC took a look back at the previous five years with Professor Poulsen, but also looked ahead, because he will be staying on at RUC as a researcher and lecturer. 

The Rectorship blog: This is how we will work to ensure quality and relevance

We must produce graduates that can ask critical questions and think in complex ways. If we only adapt the educations to the wishes of the labour market, we will get a society that grinds to a standstill, Prorector Hanne Leth Andersen states.

Hanne Leth Andersen: Our new rector at Roskilde University

The RUC Board has appointed our current pro-rector, Hanne Leth Andersen, to take over as rector when Ib Poulsen steps down.