THEME: Election at AU
THEME: Freedom of research
THEME: Cost reductions
THEME: Psychological WPA
Articles published in April 2016:
Articles published in March 2016:
Read about 2015 in review, our two articles about students setting record time in completing their studies - whether slow or fast - and about the balancing act of challenging elite students.
Read about Minister of Higher Education and Science, Esben Lunde Larsen's, view on the universities being overfed, our theme on feedback at Aarhus University, and about Aarhus University wanting the very best students.
Read about the benefits of a research year for medical students, about how more students at AU are being caught cheating on their exams, and about the need to plan ahead if you are looking to study abroad.
Read about the focus on responsible conduct of research, the story of Svend Hylleberg who starts every morning with a Virgin Mary, and the story of how "ghost students" have six doubled at re-exams on Arts.
Published 30. March 2015
Read about how the stydy progress reform affects students internship, about "Trouble at BSS" and about the mail policy at AU.
Published 2. Ferbruary 2015
Read about gender equality at Aarhus University, "First batch from China" and get to know your manager.
Published 8. December 2014
Among other things you can read a summary of what took place between two Wednesdays in mid-November when the student movement ‘A different university’ put a spoke in the wheels at Aarhus University by blockading the senior management team from entering the Rector's Office at Nordre Ringgade 1 for six days.
Published 20 October 2014
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Published 1 September 2014
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New rules for Friday bars. Good advice for applying for research funding. The study environment survey 2014: Students are satisfied with their degree programme, they have a tendency to be self-promoting – and more students experience stress in everyday life.
Published 2 June 2014
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The expert group has its diagnosis ready: Centralisation and standardisation have gone too far at Aarhus University. Board of studies sidetracked. Omnibus has followed two undergraduate students from theology and the study of religion through the ups and downs as they sweat in the run-up to the submission of their Bachelor's project.
Published 31 March 2014
Read more about: What results did the Psychological workplace assessment (WPA) 2012 turn up? The preparations for the Regatta are already well under way - the invited social associations have been training flat out since before Christmas. Two AU-emploees given the push after 40 and 50 years at AU. New ph.d.-study: All alone in the world - or part of the research environment?
Published 01 February 2014
Read more about: From the staff to the management: AU’s business school is being wiped off the map. AU closes fitness centres on campus. Omnibus dropped in for coffee at three sections of AU to find out how the staff feel about their immediate future. A tough exam – but a good one!
Published 08 December 2013
Read more about: Staff and student representatives on the AU board were totally unprepared when they were asked to consider cuts of DKK 200 million. Following the rector’s recent announcement of cuts and the need to fire people, researchers and students have criticised the administration. But what does this criticism reflect? Students and staff points out the highs and the lows at AU in 2013
Published 11 October 2013
Read an interview with the student who, shortly before Christmas last year, phoned to say that a bomb had been planted on the AU. Meet two AU-students who got marrried at the AU. Learn more about the strange Danes. And read more about the associate professor who felt compelled to write a letter to the rector.
Published 26 August 2013
Read more about the study start: Omnibus have created a campus guide and focus on the reform of the student grants. Learn more about The senior management team's list of the most important IT projects at AU and the new alarm number at AU.
Published 17 June 2013
Read more about Dean Brian Bech Nielsen's decision to divide the Department of Bioscience into two temporary units. Crowd funding in order to finance research. A number of academic staff, students and technical/administrative staff give their personal assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of Lauritz B. Holm-Nielsen.
Published 30 April 2013
Read more about Omnibus' editorial committee, the new rector Brian Bech Nielsen, the psychological workplace assessment 2012 and much more.