Events

Pulling at academic teaching and research: WOinAction, on 26 November

What is the future of academic teaching and research in The Netherlands?

On Monday 26 November, from 20.00-21.30, a discussion evening will be organised in the framework of WOinAction, at the Statenzaal (C1.302) Faculty of Law, Bouillonstraat 1-3.


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PhD Defence Paulina Bury, on 6 December

Paulina Bury will defend her PhD dissertation ‘Cooperation and competition in highly skilled migration policy in the European Union. Analysing the policy cycle of the Blue Card directive’ in the Aula, Minderbroedersberg 4-6, on Thursday December 6 at 14.00. Paulina’s supervisors are Prof. Tannelie Blom and Prof. Maarten Vink. The defence will be followed by a reception in the Refter. Please confirm attendance of the defence ceremony and reception with Paulina herself.


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UM Societal Engagement Event, on November 27

You are invited to take part in a UM-wide Societal Engagement Event on Tuesday 27 November, from 12.00 – 17.30. The event will offer presentations and workshops to make you more familiar with the concept of societal engagement and to give you tools, tips and tricks to become socially engaged.

Entrance is free, but registration is necessary. Please register online.


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Register now for the FASoS Christmas Party, on 19 December

The Faculty Board warmly invites you, your partner and children to our annual Christmas party on Wednesday 19 December from 16.00 till 21.00 in the Turnzaal. Because we would like to know how many people will come, we kindly ask you to register before Friday 7 December.

If you have any questions please contact Armand Schoonbrood.

We hope to see you all on 19 December!

Sally Wyatt one of the Keynote speakers at Synergy 2019

Synergy is the meeting place for social sciences and humanities in the Netherlands. Sally Wyatt is one of the Keynote speakers of this year’s conference, which has the theme digitalisation’.

Wyatt was interviewed by the NWO: “Technical choices are always ethical choices as well”. The full interview is available online (in Dutch).

MCICM will host its first symposium ‘Rehearsing Orchestral Innovation’

The first MCICM symposium, on 29-30 March 2019, invites delegates from the professional and amateur music sector, classical music industry, music education, and academic and artistic research on musical performance and audience engagement to discuss the central theme of collaborative learning and experimenting. The main question is how combining academic and practice-based research can ‘open’ and ‘extend’ the ritual of the symphony orchestra concert.


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Successful MiLifeStatus Research Day

On 2 November the MiLifeStatus team, research associates and colleagues held an inspiring research day at the Van Eyck Academie in Maastricht to discuss preliminary findings from various research projects on immigrant naturalisation.

The project Migrant Life Course and Legal Status Transition (MiLifeStatus) is a research project led by Maarten Vink funded by a Consolidator Grant from the European Research Council (2016-2021).


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Film Series on Totalitarianism: ‘Black Book’, on 20 November

The next film to be screened in the Film series on Totalitarianism, organised by Aline Sierp, will be ‘Black Book’ (Netherlands 2006) directed by Paul Verhoeven. The film will be shown on Tuesday 20 November at 19.00 in the Turnzaal. Entry is free, tea and cookies will be provided. Join us for the screening and discussion afterwards!


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Babel’s Salon Cancelled

Some ideas seem to be nice at first sight, but do not work in practice. We are sorry to say that we received only two registrations (from students) for Babel’s Salon, not enough for organising an entire evening, let alone three evenings. We therefore decided to cancel the Babel’s Salon initiative.

Best,

Kaoutar Ashour, Karin Bijsterveld & Karin Menks

MUSTS Colloquium: The Compliance-Strategy as Road to Integrity

MUSTS Colloquium: ‘The Compliance-Strategy as Road to Integrity: A Dead-End Street’

Speaker: Wim Dubbink, Tilbury University

When: Wednesday 14 November, 15.30 – 17.00
Where:  Attic (3rd floor), Grote Gracht 80-82


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