It is important that the temporary employees have a clear voice on the University Board to ensure the university is continually concerned with the temporary employees.
Anne Kirstine Munk Christiansen
“It is important that the temporary employees have a clear voice on the University Board to ensure the university is continually concerned with their conditions of employment, job satisfaction and career opportunities when decisions are made.”
“I am not afraid to speak up and stand up for what I think is right, but at the same time, I am respectful and attentive when meeting other people and other viewpoints.
“I am a good collaborator, and I can draw on in-depth knowledge of various players in the world of research both in Norway, the Nordic countries and Europe by virtue of my work at NordForsk and at the Danish research council, where I was responsible for coordinating interdisciplinary, cross-European calls for proposals in various fields. I am Danish but have lived in Norway for six years, so I feel well suited to represent both Norwegian and international temporary employees on the Board.”
“I also have experience with board work in the research world, for several years I organised board meetings for the then Council for Strategic Research in Denmark, including preparation of resolution proposals and implementation of decisions.”