What are our students up to this November?

There are only three weeks left of the semester – which is hard to believe! November is a busy time of year at DIS. Current students have gone on week-long Study Tours, visited unique companies and organizations on Field Studies, and are now preparing for final assignments.

Check out some of the DIS Student Bloggers latest posts to see what they’ve been up to this month:

Cold War Bunkers
Andrew toured the Cold War Museum Stevnsfort with his Enemy Within: Spies and Espionage in the Cold War course.


>> Read Andrew’s blog post here

>> Find out more about the Enemy Within: Spies and Espionage elective course

Intelligent Robots, the Louvre, and the Catacombs
Caroline traveled to Paris for her week-long Study Tour with the Affective Neuroscience: Emotions, Cognition, and Behavior Core Course. Her class learned about the use of robots in social learning, had a guided tour of the Louvre, and visited Paris’ spooky Catacombs.


>> Read Caroline’s blog post here

>> Find out more about the Affective Neuroscience: Emotions, Cognition, and Behavior Core Course

A day on Refshaleøen
John shows you the hidden gems of Refshaleøen – a former industrial shipyard turned hipster hotspot. Follow his day from a morning coffee in Lille Bakery to a New Nordic style meal at the waterfront restaurant La Banchina.


>> Read John’s blog post here

Inspiring Ireland
Cal traveled to Ireland for his week-long Study Tour with his Core Course, Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Europe. The class visited Google’s Headquarters, toured Malahide Castle, and practiced pitching their final projects to Catherine Moonan – a pitching coach on the show Dragon’s Den (the UK equivalent of Shark Tank).


>> Read Cal’s blog post here

>> Find out more about the Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Europe Core Course

Venison Tartar Anyone?
Gwen made venison tartar with her Anthropology of Food course. While eating, they discussed the pros and cons of hunting as an alternative to farming meat.


>> Read Gwen’s blog post here

>> Check out the Field Study on Instagram, too!

>> Find out more about the Anthropology of Food elective course

Castles, afternoon tea, and positive prisons
Megan went to Edinburgh on Study Tour with her Core Course, Forensic Psychology. The trip was filled with academic visits focusing on criminal justice in Scotland and cultural experiences like enjoying traditional afternoon tea.


>> Read Megan’s blog post here

>> Find out more about the Forensic Psychology Core Course

Want to learn more about our students’ adventures abroad?

>> Check out the Copenhagen Student Bloggers

>> Check out the Stockholm Student Bloggers 

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