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Pro-rector Helle Waagepetersen
To what extent does the Master’s Degree Reform dictate a transformation of SDU’s degree programmes?
I imagine SDU as a beautiful, classic sailboat – fast and high-quality. Out on the open ocean, where the weather is changeable – sometimes beautiful, sometimes harsh. It is important that the right charts are being used, that we agree on the course and that all skills on board are utilised in the best possible way. We need to be well-coordinated and agile when the weather changes and exploit our strengths in all weather conditions.
Ph.d.-student Erik Lindby
The Continuing Culinary Decline of Nourishment at SDU
Since starting my education at SDU, the sandwiches have continually gotten worse. The legendary roast pork sandwiches have disappeared, replaced by an abundance of uninspiring vegetarian options. The meat slices have become paper-thin, and fillers like cabbage and lettuce are taking over. Is there hope for better sandwiches?
Professor Henrik Dimke
A few words on what’s happening at SUND
My name is Henrik Dimke. I am a professor at the Department of Molecular Medicine at the Faculty of Health Sciences – or SUND, as it is colloquially known. Here I work to understand how the kidneys work, while at the same time contributing to educating students in medicine, clinical biomechanics and biomedicine. I am also the elected representative of the Academic Council at SUND and a member of the University Council.
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