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Chemotherapy can affect the brain’s network and impair the memory according to a new study from Aarhus BSS and Aarhus University Hospital. Photo: Colourbox.com

2017.08.11 | Research news

Chemotherapy impairs your memory

Chemotherapy can affect the brain’s network and impair the memory according to a new study from Aarhus BSS and Aarhus University Hospital.

300 participants took part in Aarhus BSS' first business conference on 2 June. Photo: AU Foto.

2017.07.03 | Aarhus BSS

Business conference with focus on interdisciplinarity

On Friday 2 June, 300 alumni, partners and employees took part in the very first Aarhus BSS Business Conference. The topic was management in the new world, and the programme included presentations from researchers across Aarhus BSS as well as corporate leaders. Thus, the conference emphasised the interdisciplinary nature of the school as well as…

The three Aarhus BSS-student Thomas Haase Jensen, Daniel Astrup Holst-Hansen og Ingrid Arentoft Mikkelsen with alderman Thomas Medom (left) og The head of the Employment Department Vibeke Jensen (right). Photo: Aarhus BSS kommunikation.

2017.06.23 | Students

Aarhus BSS students receive award for assignment

For three Aarhus BSS students, the end of the semester included a cash price of DKK 10,000 when the winner of this year’s case collaboration with the City of Aarhus was revealed at the Town Hall.

Professor of political science Michael Bang Petersen receives the International Society of Political Psychology’s Erik Erikson Award at the end of June 2017. Photo: Aarhus University (from The Faculty Celebration 2012)

2017.06.15 | Awards

ISPP Erik Erikson Award for Michael Bang Petersen

Michael Bang Petersen is recognised as one of the prominent young researchers within political psychology when he receives the International Society of Political Psychology’s Erik Erikson Award in June 2017.

Photo: Lars Kruse, AU

2017.06.06 | People

Lotte Bøgh Andersen takes up two international positions

Professor Lotte Bøgh Andersen from Aarhus BSS will become a board member at the international Public Management Research Association and co-editor of International Public Management Journal. This will also benefit the Danish public.

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