AAU Update

Study Environment Council

About the Study Environment Council

The Study Environment Council has been appointed by the Executive Management of Aalborg University. The Study Environment Council aims to ensure that Aalborg University’s degree programmes are based in an attractive study environment which is supportive of problem-based and project-based learning. 

The Study Environment Council implements cross-organisational initiatives to improve the physical, psychological, aesthetic and digital educational environment at department level. The council is responsible for ensuring that Aalborg University complies with Danish legislation* and follows up on other agreements made in the area of educational environment (such as in Aalborg University’s Development Contract). Furthermore, the Study Environment Council is responsible for the strategic and long-term development of the study environment and for initiating student-run pilot projects and development projects on the study environment.

* ‘Lov om elevers og studerendes undervisningsmiljø [Act on students’ educational environment (only available in Danish)]’

Members

  • Jeppe Emmersen, acting Pro-rector for education (chair)
  • Christian Obel Pinstrup, student representative of the University Board (deputy chair)
  • Linea Winkler Pedersen-Ulrich, student representative of the University Board
  • Tommy Kloster Duch Eriksen, student representative of the Academic Council of the Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Emilie Gry Almstrup, student representative of the Academic Council of the Faculty of Humanities
  • Hjalte Drejer Jørgensen, student representative of the Academic Council of the Technical Faculty of IT and Design
  • Lene Werner Kristensen, student representative of the Academic Council of the Faculty of Engineering and Science
  • Marie Elisabet Strøyberg, student representative of the Academic Council of the Faculty of Medicine
  • Thomas Wehl Rasmussen, student representative of the campus in Esbjerg
  • Hector Thøgersen, student representative of the campus in Copenhagen
  • Malene Gram, representative of the pro-deans for education 
  • Hans Jørgen Andersen, representative of the heads of departments
  • Mette Dencker Johansen, representative of the heads of schools
  • Marie Møller Jensen, representative of the chairs of the study boards
  • Lene Tølbøll, chair of the Study Environment Group of AAU CPH 
  • Maria Trabjerg, study environment coordinator from Campus Service 
  • Lone Vestergaard, director of studies
  • Rikke Jønson head of section, the Student guidance in Study Services
  • Lisa Krogh Christensen, educational advisor of the Pro-rector (will attend all meetings as an observer)

Contact

The Strategy and Quality unit in Study Services provides administrative support to the Study Environment Council. 

If you have any input or questions relating to the Study Environment Council please contact:

The Strategy and Quality unit in Study Services