Honorary award to professor Karen M. Lauridsen

Karen M. Lauridsen, associate professor at the Centre for Teaching and Learning, has been awarded an honorary membership of the European Language Council (ELC) in recognition of her contribution to a string of ELC projects over the past 20 years.

2016.12.15 | Mette Kastberg Lillemose

Prof., Karen M. Lauridsen

Most recently, she has coordinated IntlUni, an Erasmus Academic Network (2012-2015) addressing the opportunities and challenges of the multilingual and multicultural learning space.

The award ceremony took place at a reception in connection with the ELC Forum at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan on 1 December. On that occasion, vice-president of the ELC, Jolanta Urbanikowa, emphasized Karen’s ability to cooperate and reach results with the right combination of ethos, logos and pathos.

Karen M. Lauridsen has represented the Aarhus School of Business and later Aarhus University in the ELC Board since the association was formally established in 1997 and until she chose not to stand for reelection in 2015.

Fore more information please contact:

Professor, Karen M. Lauridsen, Centre for Teaching and Learning, Aarhus BSS, e-mail: kml@au.dk, phone number: +45 8716 5105

Read more about IntlUni - an Erasmus Academic Network (2012-2015) on the project website www.IntlUni.eu





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