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Alumni Event for BSS PhDs & JRs - Your PhD Outside of Academia

PHABUSS and AU Career PhD & JR will present four PhD BSS alumni who will give insights into career paths and how they navigated their careers after finishing their PhDs.

2019.12.19 | Mathilde Bæk-Larsen

Date Wed 26 Feb
Time 13:00 16:00
Location Mødelokale 2, Studenterhusfonden, Fredrik Nielsens Vej 2-4, 8000 Aarhus C

Join us for a valuable afternoon and discover your options with a PhD from BSS.

At AU Career PhD & JR and Phabuss we have organized an event where you will meet four BSS PhD alumni who will give you insights into career paths and how they navigated their way after their PhDs. A company representative will also tell you how employers view PhDs, and you will have the opportunity to ask questions, engage with the speakers and network.


13:00Welcome and introduction by Vibeke Broe, AU Career PhD & JR and Lea Vindvad Hansen, President of Phabuss
13:15How do employers view PhDs? By Thor Kalstrup, Director, Head of Automated Trading, Danske Commodities
13:452x 15 min. presentations from alumni

- Linda Greve, PhD in Business Communication. Head of Learning at Science Museums. Consultant within science communication

- Sarah Gotowiec, PhD in Psychology. Research Psychologist at WSAudiology in Stockholm.

14:15Coffee break
14:302x 15 min. presentations from alumni

- Helene Marie Fisker, PhD in Political Science. Project worker at The Department of Culture and Citizens' Services, Aarhus Municipality

- Sanni Nørgaard Breining, PhD in Economics. Market Manager at Rambøll Management Consulting, Aarhus & Copenhagen.

15:002x 20 min. round table discussions with alumni. You get the possibility to talk with 2 of the alumni speakers and ask them all of your questions
15:45Final questions and Thank you and good bye

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Please note that this event does not provide access to credit transfer of ECTS points.   

Cancellation Courtesy Policy

We kindly request that you promptly cancel your participation as soon as you know that you cannot attend. Late cancellations and not cancelling at all, greatly impact our work in three significant ways:

  • Candidates on the waiting list are not able to attend
  • The quality of the course or workshop cannot be guaranteed when groups are too small
  • Prepared and paid resources are wasted when registered participants do not show up

Thank you!




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