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Meet our teachers

Teachers, researchers and staff

When you study at the Department of Service Management and Service Studies, you are trained and supported by experienced and welcoming staff from the moment you arrive. Meet some of the teachers, researchers and staff that you will meet during your studies.

Christian Fuentes

Christian Fuentes

Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor, coordinates and teaches a course on Sustainable Consumption as part of the Master's programme in Service Management, Sustainable Service Management.

Students learn how to work with sustainability within organisations, how to assess environmental impact, and to develop sustainability campaigns to promote sustainable consumption. Very few, if any, sustainability Master's degrees can offer such a broad combination of competence and skill.

My current and past research projects look into the digitalisation of sustainable consumption. In my research team we investigate, in different ways, how digital tools – such as smartphone apps, webpages, online communities and social media – can enable more sustainable modes of consumption.

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Katja Lindqvist

Katja Lindqvist

Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor and teaches a course on Culture and Creativity Management.

We work closely with a range of organisations and actors in Skåne, and thereby can offer students real cases to apply their theoretical knowledge to, and suggest solutions.

This programme is unique in Sweden as the only Master’s specialisation on management issues related to the cultural, creative and non-profit sector.

Read more about Katja Lindqvist