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Hybridisation as the future of education

28 May 2021
Ahead of the 3 June CIVICA conference on "Digitalisation and the Future of Higher Education," Magnus Mähring (SSE) discusses how we can leverage technology to improve education long-term.

BSc student represents SSE at the CIVICA dissemination conference

21 May 2021
On June 3 CIVICA will host an online dissemination conference where policymakers, theorists, practitioners, and students will come together to reflect on the impact of the digital transformation on the present and future of universities. One of the panelists is Hilda Hardell who is a third-year BSc student at SSE, the only student participating live along with professors and presidents from the fellow universities.

Donations from UK alumni are increasing

18 May 2021
The UK Friends of SSE is a charitable organization based in the UK, which works closely with the Stockholm School of Economics to provide opportunities to engage and support the alumni network in the UK. Since its inception in 2018, the UK Friends of SSE has received a generous amount of charitable donations from the alumni in the UK, which were granted to support SSE.

Prof. Richard Wahlund awarded by IVA

10 May 2021
SSE Professor Richard Wahlund's research on reputational risks and opportunities management has been selected to IVA’s list of research projects with the potential to create real value to firms and society, as one among nine projects in the category ”smart industry”.

Diversity and sustainability are high priorities at the SSE Business Lab

03 May 2021
SSE Business Lab is the start-up incubator of the Stockholm School of Economics, open to all current and former students as well as faculty of SSE, who have founded a business. Diversity and sustainability at the top of the Agenda of the SSE Business Lab and since over two years both are requirement for being a part of their incubator program. It’s also two of the core values for the CIVICA network, and the SSE Business Lab contributes to strengthening these values.

SSE ranks highest in annual internationalization index

30 April 2021
For the sixth year in a row, the Stockholm School of Economics tops the list of Sweden’s most international universities in the Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education’s (STINT) annual Internationalization Index. It’s also positive news for Sweden that one more university was awarded five star this year than in 2020.

Students at SSE learn from history

29 April 2021
How can history help policymakers and business leaders make better decisions? This is the key question in a new course in Applied History at the Stockholm School of Economics. The 7.5 ECTS course is given for the second consecutive year and the number of applications from the school’s bachelor students has been very high.

Tor Bonnier has been awarded the SIR Research Award

23 April 2021
SIR Research Award is an annual award introduced in 1992 to draw attention to people who actively and clearly contributed to research and how research is disseminated to the society. Long term involvement by representatives of the business sector is crucial for the successful research at Stockholm School of Economics.

SSE is establishing a new professorship in educational organization and leadership

09 April 2021
The Stockholm School of Economics is establishing a new professorship in organization and leadership of schools and in education. The new professorship is made possible by a donation from The Hans and Barbara Bergstrom Foundation and will be held by Professor Karl Wennberg. The donation amounts to SEK 60 million over a ten-year period and is presented on Barbara Bergström’s 75th birthday on 9 April.

Business leaders decide on 8 new companies

30 March 2021
A few weeks ago, the startup incubator of the Stockholm School of Economics, SSE Business Lab, unveiled their new Board of Admissions, spearheaded by names such as Sebastian Knutsson, Anna Stenberg och Sven Hagströmer. The new group has now decided which companies will be given the chance in the incubator next.

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