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  • You said, we did: December 2018
    December 10, 2018 · 0 Comments · Fransje Muijsken

    You said, we did: December 2018

    To keep everyone informed on the changes that are made at FASoS in response to your feedback, FASoS staff and the Student Reps started a new series. In our first post we will highlight some of the things we are working on. Tutorial rooms/art competition Common Room GG76s Umbrella Sanitary products in toilets

  • FASoS Green Impact team ahead of most others
    December 13, 2018 · 0 Comments · Weekly Editor

    FASoS Green Impact team ahead of most others

    The Green Impact Challenge is in full steam and the FASoS team ‘Soylent Green’ is currently scoring second place. Soylent Green has beaten the team of the Executive Board, UNU-MERIT, Maastricht University Office and five other competing teams. The first place currently belongs to the Student Services Centre. While change towards sustainability is much more sophisticated than scoring points, still – congratulations!

  • Debate at the castle: local identities and global issues, on 10 January
    December 13, 2018 · 0 Comments · Fransje Muijsken

    Debate at the castle: local identities and global issues, on 10 January

    You are invited for an evening of debate and discussion about contemporary issues concerning local identity, integration, or simply what it takes to feel ‘at home’ in a world where globalisation challenges local identity. As well as larger topics concerning the geopolitics of the future. Amongst the speakers and debaters will be René Gabriëls and Emile Roemer. Thursday 10 January, 19.00 – 22.00, Kasteel Hoensbroek. Register at f.van.tongeren@heerlen.nl.

  • Lecture series: Introduction to the History of Science with Geert Somsen
    December 13, 2018 · 0 Comments · Fransje Muijsken

    Lecture series: Introduction to the History of Science with Geert Somsen

    On Thursday 17 January 2019 a new Studium Generale lecture series Introduction to the History of Science start with Geert Somsen. Five central themes are discussed together with the work of key modernizers such as Galileo, Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin and Albert Einstein. The individual lectures 1. The Rise of Modern Science (17 Jan) 2. Science and Religion (24 Jan) 3. Art and Science (7 Feb) 4. Science and Politics (14 Feb) 5. The West and…

  • Opening hours FASoS during the Christmas break
    December 17, 2018 · 0 Comments · Weekly Editor

    Opening hours FASoS during the Christmas break

    From Saturday 22 December 2018 until Tuesday 1 January 2019 all FASoS faculty buildings will be closed. On Wednesday 2 January 2019 all buildings will be open again during regular opening hours. Enjoy the Christmas break and have a happy holiday!

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