Welcome as a new employee at School of Culture and Society. We have prepared a small welcome brochure, which can give you answers to some of the many questions you might have as a new employee.
You are, of course, always welcome to contact the Secretariat if you have any further questions.
Arts Communication offers support in connection with conferences with a minimum of 25 participants.
Contact: Gitte Grønning Munk
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, tlf.: 8715 3256
See what Arts Conference Support can assist you with here.
For conferences with less than 25 participants CAS secretariat can assist with the following tasks:
At the School of Culture and Society, PhD defences can take place in three formats
As part of the planning of the defence, the PhD programme director agrees on the format for the defence with the assessors and the PhD student.
Travel arrangements must be approved by the Head of School to ensure insurance coverage. Please send an E-mail to email@example.com stating travel purpose, period and destination.
CAS has adopted the following general guidelines concerning the use of private providers of transport and accommodation when travelling (Airbnb, Gomore, Uber etc.). The guidelines apply to all employees:
Travel may not take place by car-pooling or private rental of cars found through online services such as GoMore or similar. The School does not consider personal safety or the safety of transport in these programs adequate. Expenses in this respect can therefore as a general rule, not be settled. Overnight stays in Denmark must be arranged in accordance with AU's hotel agreement and may not be arranged using private providers such as Airbnb or similar. For stays abroad, it is up to the employees to assess which type of accommodation they wish to arrange as long as it is within the framework and amount available in the Agreement on Official Travel.