Lise Byskov Herslund
Landskabsarkitektur og planlægning
1958 Frederiksberg C
Name: Lise Byskov Herslund
Title Associate professor, Ph.D.
Workplace: Section for Landscape Architecture and Planning, Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management,University of Copenhagen,
Tel +45 353 31926, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
2005 Ph.D in Human Geography, University of Copenhagen
1999 Master in Human Geography, University of Copenhagen
2012- Associate Professor, Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management
2006-2012 Researcher at Forest & Landscape, Denmark
2001-2005 PhD-studies at Institute of Geography, University of Copenhagen
1999-2001 Research assistant at Centre for Regional- and Tourism Research
Research and research management
2019 - Leader of research project on Water resilient South African cities funded by Danida
2017- Leader of research project on refugees in small towns in Denmark. Funded by Ministry for Integration
2013-2017 Research project on resilience and urban flooding in Addis Ababa and Dar es Salaam funded by Danida.
2012- Research project on transformation of Danish service towns with particular focus on social organisation and everyday live funded by Foundation Realdania and Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural Affairs.
2010-2013 Work Package Leader in the EU seventh Framework Programme ‘Climate Change and Urban Vulnerability in Africa’ (CLUVA).
2007-2010 Research and Education Advisor for the Danida funded research and capacity building project ‘Community Based Natural Forest and Tree Management in the Himalaya’ (ComForM).
2007-2010 Research project – on knowledge workers in the countryside. An individual research project funded within the framework of the Centre for Strategic Urban Research and its work on the ‘borderless city’ in Denmark financed by Foundation Realdania.
2001-2005 Project works –Interreg IIIB project MECIBS - Medium Sized Cities in Dialogue around the Baltic Sea and ESPON – the European Observation Network for Territorial Development and Cohesion.
2001-2005 PhD study – on rural and regional change in the Baltic States. Enrolled at the Intitute of Geography, University of Copenhagen. Main supervisor associate professor Stefan Anderberg.
1999-2001 Research assistant - taking part in various research projects mainlyInterreg IIC projects; BEST – Exchange on sustainable tourism and BALDER – Cultural Heritage and EU Raphael funded project Guide 2000 – Cultural tourism in the European periphery.
Teaching and capacity building
2014- Course responsible and teaching the master course Motivation and Pro-environmental Behaviour at faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen.
2010- Course responsible and teaching the course Urban politics. A 7.5 ETCS point mandatory bachelor course part of the education in Landscape Architecture, University of Copenhagen.
2009- Course responsible and teaching the course Urban sociology. A
7.5 ETCS point optional course for 3rd year and master level students part of the education in Landscape Architecture, University of Copenhagen.
2007-2011 Coordinator of the ‘Urban Design Line’ within the education of Landscape Architecture.
2007-2010 Course responsible and teaching the course Plan & Design (bloc 4). A 7.5 ETCS point mandatory course for first year students at the education Landscape Architecture.
2003-2005 Programme secretary for the Master in Landscape Management and Rural Development.