Lars is a supervisor for the bachelor’s and master’s thesis, mostly for Ecology and the Environment, but also for the Applied Ethology and Animal Biology master’s program.
“The thing I love most about my work is seeing students coming every autumn.”
He also enjoys talking to his old students and see how they have developed. Since teachers in general want students to do a lot of individual work, Lars and his colleagues are forming groups of students who are working on similar issues for their thesis, and supervise them together. This is good for individual work, since students can have discussions with their colleagues, as well as with other professors who are not their mentors.
“I appreciate when students are working individually, showing that they are independent. Also, it is really important and good if they can combine previously gained knowledge with new, and use it to solve problems and do exercises"