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Out of date - 'scandal' at Aarhus University
Koldau is no longer employed at Aarhus University. She quit due to severe disagreement with the faculty management, and the issue was a major topic in the Danish news several times (and presumably internationally as well, within 'higher learning' circles), described as a 'scandal'. She later wrote a book about it. None of this is implemented in the article. There are many news articles available in Danish, but here are a few (potentially biased, but I don't think so) to get started:  -- Katana (talk) 16:56, 12 May 2013 (UTC)