Still struggling to understand that I was selected as 'Sapere Aude' Research Leader after such tough review process. It took 10 months, 1 internal review in the Social Science Danish Research Council, 1 external review by 3 international experts and then 1 interview where I had to convince the heads of the other Research Councils (Health, Nature, Humanities, Tech) to fund me. For once, I will thank my kids for putting road blocks on my research path. If I had not been on paternity leave for 12 months since my PhD-graduation, I would not have been eligible to apply in the first place..
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Such a pleasure and joy to talk to the journalist fellows at the Constructive Institute at Aarhus University on Monday. My talk political parties' negative campaigning and the recent Danish national election was summed up amazingly in this cool visual by Mette Stentoft.
Har virkelig nydt de mange nysgerrige, videbegærlige journalister, som har kontakt mig for at snakke om folketingsvalget 2022 - ikke mindst de mange aftener live på Radio4 med spændende analyser af valget.
Jeg var heldigt at få lov til at holde foredrag for FALS årsmøde med 100 spørgelystne samfundsfags-gymnasielærere på Aarhus Katedralskole
Henrik Bech Seeberg
Political Scientist researching party competition at Aarhus University