DANWISE Prize 2022 Winner

DANWISE Prize 2022 Winner

We are delighted to announce our 2022 DANWISE Prize winners! The first winner we would like to declare is Lea Skewes. Lea was selected as the winner based on: 1. Founding and coordinating the Gendering in Research Network at Aarhus University2. Publishing in gender...

Your plans for the 8th of March ;)

Today, we celebrate International Women’s Day and also DANWISE’s three-year anniversary since the official launch. It is therefore also a great day to celebrate some of DANWISE’s achievements. Our DANWISE prize winners were notified that they won today and we can’t...

New DANWISE Advisory Board

We are excited to announce that we have three new advisory board members for DANWISE. Henriette Laursen, the director of Kvinfo, Agnete Larsen from the University of Aarhus and Jens Hjorth from the University of Copenhagen and board member of the Carlsberg foundation...

DANWISE has a new structure

DANWISE has restructured its board and we have shifted from a chair and a co-chair to a board of directors. We thank Vanessa Hall for her amazing work as chairwoman in the past years and look forward to having her as a director on our board together with two other...

DANWISE prize 2022 nominations open

The subscriptions for the DANWISE prize 2022 are now open. The nomination period is open until 25th February 2022. Nominees can be individual persons, departments, or other functional teams or organizations from one of the Danish Universities, a life science industry,...