SCAS News - Spring, 2019 (updated: 14 June, 2019)

News from the SCAS Community: Fellows in the News

Below you will find articles in daily newspapers written by, or featuring, current and former SCAS Fellows.
Entries may also cover links to television broadcasts.
(This page is updated continously. The most recent article/broadcast is listed first, and is followed by previous entries).


2019-06-13/TV 4, Nyheterna, 10 p.m.
From the TV4/Nyheterna News Broadcast: Christina Garsten Comments on the
Ongoing Brilliant Minds Meeting

Christina Garsten

Christina Garsten is Principal of the Swedish Collegium.


2019-05-14/Dagens Nyheter
Replik, DN Debatt: "Risk att lokala särintressen ges makt att prioritera forskning"
Gustaf Arrhenius, Christina Garsten and Bo Rothstein

Christina Garsten is Principal of the Swedish Collegium. Gustaf Arrhenius is a former
SCAS Pro Futura Scientia Fellow, who has been in residence on several occasions, most
recently in the autumn of 2014. Bo Rothstein was a SCAS Fellow in the autumn of 1991.

2019-03-20/Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
"Björn Wittrock wird geehrt: Zukunft der Achsenzeit"
Andreas Eckert

Andreas Eckert was a Fellow in residence at the Collegium in the spring of
2017. Björn Wittrock is Permanent Fellow and former Principal of SCAS.
Related news/

2019-02-10/Upsala Nya Tidning
UNT Debatt: "Alla måste skärpa sig"
Coco Norén and Henrik Edgren

Coco Norén is a former Pro Futura Scientia Fellow and was in residence at
the Collegium in the academic year 2007-08. She is currently a member of
the SCAS National Board.

2019-01-20/Dagens Nyheter
DN Debatt. "Den dolda makten i Davos måste granskas kritiskt"
Christina Garsten and Adrienne Sörbom

Christina Garsten is Principal of the Swedish Collegium.
Related news/

2019-01-13/Svenska Dagbladet
"Forskare: Så kan hjärnkunskap lyfta eleverna"
Karin Thurfjell (on Julia Uddén)

Julia Uddén is a Pro Futura Scientia Fellow. She was in residence at SCAS
in the academic year 2017-18.

Photo credits: Lars Wallin (Arrhenius, Eckert, Uddén, Wittrock); Stewen Quigley (Garsten)