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Que Anh Dang at the recent graduation ceremony at the University of Bristol. Photos by Farah Deeba.

Que Anh Dang wins competition for Excellent Paper from an Emerging Scholar

2017.02.23PhD fellow Que Anh Dang wins competition for paper presented at the ECPR General Conference in Prague 2016.

Tatyana Bajenova. Photo by Aarhus University.

Tatyana Bajenova has article published in the New Zealand Journal of Research on Europe

2017.02.22UNIKE PhD fellow Tatyana Bajenova writes article as an outcome of UNIKE's conference in New Zealand.

Miguel together with friends and colleagues in the celebrations following his PhD defence.
Associate professor Gritt Nielsen from DPU, Aarhus University, officially awards Miguel his title of doctorate.

Miguel Lim defends his PhD thesis at Aarhus University and is awarded the doctor degree

2017.01.19UNIKE PhD fellow Miguel Antonio Lim successfully defended his PhD at Aarhus University on January 12 2017.

Jakøb Ørberg together with the assessment committee. From left Fazal Rizvi, Peggy Froerer, and Karen Valentin.
Jakob Ørberg is here officially awarded the title of doctor by Karen Valentin from the Department of Anthropology of Education at DPU, Aarhus University.

Jakob Williams Ørberg is awarded the title of Doctor

2017.01.19Associated PhD fellow in UNIKE, Jakob Ørberg, successfully defended his PhD on January 11 2017.

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UNIKE supervisor Rebecca Boden explains about resocializing the university. Are universities becoming more like the wild west? Is the co-op university the way forward?

Professor Ove Kaj Pedersen, CBS, is being interviewed by PhD fellow Miguel Lim about the key trends in higher education and their relation to the 'competition state'.

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UNIKE Coordinator
Professor Susan Wright
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Jakob Williams Ørberg
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Lisbeth Kristine Walakira
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Universities in the Knowledge Economy (UNIKE) is a collaborative research project investigating the dynamic relationships between universities and knowledge economies in Europe and in the Asia-Pacific Rim.

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UNIKE is an Initial Training Network (ITN) funded by the European Union, FP7 – Marie Curie Actions

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration.

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