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Alexandra Festila plans to use her scholarship at the Food and Brand Lab (FBL) at Cornell University. Photo: Colourbox.

2014.12.17 | Awards

Travel grant for Alexandra Festila

Alexandra Festila has been awarded a large travel grant of DKK 150.000 from Købmand Ferdinand Sallings Mindefond

Søren Slipsager Clausen plans to go to New York in 2015. Photo: Colourbox.

2014.12.17 | Awards

Travel grant for Søren Slipsager Clausen

Søren Slipsager Clausen has been awarded a large travel grant of DKK 150.000 from Købmand Ferdinand Sallings Mindefond

In his speech, His Royal Highness the Crown Prince said that he was very impressed with the event. But he could not resist a little friendly banter:”You’re deadly calm but underneath the surface, you’re paddling like crazy,” he said with a gleam in his eye as he addressed the 28 student volunteers behind the Aarhus Symposium 2014. Photo: Nanna Inie. 
Work hard to get international experience. That was one of the key messages from Peder Tuborgh, CEO Arla Foods, who gave his speech to a full lecture theatre in the S Building at Campus Fuglesangs Allé. Photo: Anders Trærup, AU Photo.
Thomas F. Borgen, Group CEO Danske Bank, told the participants about how to use strategy, technology and culture in preparing a 140-year-old bank for a future with new regulations, technologies and customer behaviours. Photo: Nanna Inie.
The two members of the symposium’s steering committee, Peter S. Andersen (left) and Michael Lund Andersen, say goodbye to HRH Crown Prince Frederik who spent about three hours at the Aarhus Symposium 2014. Photo: Anders Trærup, AU Photo.

2014.12.12 | Events

Ambitious students seek to improve top event

This year’s Aarhus Symposium was met with flying colours by the top executives who attended the event. But the students behind the event have no intention of resting on their laurels. They have a clear goal: Next year’s symposium, which is set to take place on 6 November 2015, must be even better, and they have already started the preparations for…

2014.12.05 | Alumni, Alumni News

Collaborate with Stanford University through AU

In collaboration with School of Business and Social Sciences’ department in Herning, the prestigious Stanford University has established a new research unit in Herning called the Stanford Peace Innovation Lab. The two universities have collaborated on the establishment of a new laboratory, which will form the basis for joint research projects in…

2014.11.27 | Public/media

Protect your house against climate related damage

Nordic researchers have developed a user-friendly web-based tool that can help home owners secure their houses and gardens against the challenges brought on by the changing climate. By entering data about your house, you can retrieve knowledge and advice on how to protect your house against climate related damage in the future.

The concept of new Nordic food is built on strong values, but it is still considered a niche. Photo: Colourbox.

2014.11.26 | Research news

New Nordic Food is just food

The concept “New Nordic Food”, which promotes specifically Nordic ingredients and culinary traditions, will probably remain a niche, and in the long run it will come to be regarded as just food. But the values behind the concept will live on. Such are the conclusions of a report from Aarhus University.

2014.11.20 | News type

Top executives gather at BSS to discuss practical management

On Friday 21 November, six Danish executives and almost 600 people from the business community will leave their theory books behind and spend a day focusing on the practical challenges that top executives encounter in their work. It’s all about creating results, setting a direction and finding practical solutions to the problems at hand.

2014.11.19 | News from the management

AMBA accreditation for School of Business and Social Sciences

School of Business and Social Sciences has been granted the AMBA accreditation from the internationally recognised accreditation association that awards accreditations to MBA programmes.

Regardless of how well HRM is planned, miscommunication can occur as HRM initiatives are translated into practice. Photo: Colourbox.

2014.11.07 | Research news

Human Resource Management initiatives fade before they reach employees

The management in Danish companies work strategically with Human Resource Management, but their employees do not value the initiatives to the same extent, says Associate Professor Frances Jørgensen from Aarhus University.

2014.11.04 | School of Business and Social Sciences, Awards

Helle Vrønning Dam tildeles Hedorfs Fonds forskningspris

Professor i tolkning og oversættelse Helle Vrønning Dam tildeles Hedorfs Fonds Forskningspris for International Virksomhedskommunikation og Sprog på baggrund af sit store og imponerende bidrag på området. Det er fjerde gang i træk, at forskningsprisen går til en forsker ved Institut for Erhvervskommunikation.

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