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Work Psychology by the Numbers

By Aleksandra Bujacz, Director of Studies & Instructor / Work is an essential factor in determining the quality of life and well-being of a person. In economics, management and organizational sciences, this simple fact is often overshadowed by the focus on performance and productivity.
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A True Home Away from Home

By Marina Stam, Bowdoin College '19 / My semester in Stockholm was one of many firsts. It was full of new experiences, relationships, and connections that I could never have imagined prior to my arrival in January.
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“Then why don’t you stay?”

By Tyrah Green, Brown University '20 / I fell in love with Stockholm the moment I arrived, and that love grew with every tunnelbana trip I took, every Swedish lesson I had, and every chokladboll I ate.
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What Do Professors Do in the Summer?

By Jonas Brodin, Instructor / It’s a well-worn cliché that college professors look forward to summer break just as much as students do, because now they finally have time to work. Is this true?
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