e-NOTE: European Network on Teaching Excellence

What is “teaching excellence” in Higher Education? Which different teaching excellence training, promotion and reward schemes exist across Europe? How can a common European teaching scheme look like?

The e-NOTE project seeks to answer these questions. The Department of Political Science cooperates with five other universities and institutes across Europe. Leiden University leads the project. 

Jacob Gerner Hariri gives a lecture. Photo: Sara Galbiati
Photo: Sara Galbiati

This three-year project develops best practices in the field of online and offline teaching excellence related to Bachelor and Master teaching as well as PhD supervision. It places particular emphasis on how to implement excellence in teaching and mentoring in the context of COVID and related online adaptations.










































Name Title Phone E-mail
Adler-Nissen, Rebecca Professor +4530224075 E-mail
Berg-Sørensen, Anders Associate Professor, Deputy Head of Department +4535323449 E-mail
Eady, Gregory Assistant Professor - Tenure Track   E-mail
Græger, Nina Professor +4535337662 E-mail
Hjorth, Frederik Georg Assistant Professor - Tenure Track +4535324104 E-mail
Jensen, Hanne Nexø Associate Professor +4535323415 E-mail
Junk, Wiebke Marie Assistant Professor - Tenure Track +4535333812 E-mail
Kosiara-Pedersen, Karina Associate Professor +4535323416 E-mail
Marcussen, Martin Professor +4535323499 E-mail
Rosamond, Ben Professor, Head of Studies +4535323395 E-mail
Tønder, Lars Professor with special responsibilities +4535320489 E-mail
von Müllen, Rikke Lyngby Educational Adviser +4535324534 E-mail

Funded by:

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e-NOTE: European Network on Teaching Excellence is a research project funded by the European Union’s Erasmus + Programme (KA 203 Strategic Partnership).

Project: e-NOTE: European Network on Teaching Excellence
Period: 2020-2023


Hanne Nexø Jensen
Project coordinator
Nina Græger
Project coordinator and e-Note Steering Group Member