Brief Curriculum Vitae
Born 21 May 1954 in Copenhagen
Professor, The Danish School of Journalism. (DSJ)
Course-manager for the Danish Institute for mid-career training
in journalism (DJE). Courses about EU, general courses, EU-ABC
and EU-DEF, and specialised courses for environmental reporters,
for labour market and business reporters. Spring 2002: Seminars
and courses preparing reporters to the Danish Presidency of the
2000: EU reporter in
Bruxelles. (One year leave from DSJ)
Christian Daily and a number of special magazines.
2000: EU-courses in Brussels for Czech and Slovak Journalists.
Financed by Danida, The Danish Foreign Ministry.
1994-: Involved in
international projects at the DSJ.
From the beginning
of 1995 Project Co-ordinator of the three-year programme
"Development of Journalism Training in Albania", financed by
Danida, the Danish Foreign Ministry.
Folkeblad. A regional paper based in the city of Kolding. Head
of the Kolding Office.
lecturer at The Danish School of Journalism.
Officer in the mayor's office at the Municipality of Aarhus.
Close corporation with Thorkild Simonsen, former mayor of
1984: Reporter at
Radio South, DR’s branch (regional radio) in Aabenraa.
Bureau, The leading Danish News Agency.
Folkeblad, a local weekly in Aarhus.
Studies at The University of Aarhus. European Studies is a
two-year multidisciplinary field of study, organised by The
Centre for European Cultural Studies at Aarhus University. (Open
University) The program offers three main modules, European
History, European Politics and European Culture.
1997: Graduated from
a one year Diploma Course in foreign news reporting.
Journalism Course. (A three months' course, financed by the
1980: Graduated from
the Danish School of Journalism (DSJ), including 18 month of
internship at two Danish newspapers.
Certificate of Education A-level (Specialisation in French).