FASoS Research

Information meeting Dutch Science Agenda, on Wednesday 13 November

You are kindly invited to the information meeting on the Dutch Science Agenda with Jeanet Bruil, Karin Bijsterveld and Wiebe Bijker.

When: Wednesday 13 November 2019, 15.30 – 17.30
Where: Turnzaal

In this colloquium, the different NWA programmes will be presented, with a peak inside the behind the scenes and evaluation procedures of the NWA.


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Grants for Individuals training, January – April 2020

Are you preparing a Rubicon, Marie Curie or another individual proposal in 2020? Do you want to know how to best structure your proposal? Could you use some guidance in how to frame your proposal? Do you want to know how funding proposals are reviewed?

Then register for the Spring 2020 training ‘Grants for Individuals’, which takes place from January until April 2020, before Sunday 17 November.


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Invitation for contributions NWO Synergy 2020

How can you contribute to a successful and inclusive NWO Synergy 2020? Synergy is looking for enthusiastic researchers who wish to engage this year’s participants with their creative and sparkling view on changing societies.

Synergy takes place on 6 February 2020 in Gooiland Hilversum with the theme ‘Changing Societies’.

Interested? Submit your proposal before Sunday 1 December 2019 to synergy2020@nwo.nl.

Joop de Jong invited to join ‘Cultureel Vermogen’ national project team

Recently, the national project Cultureel Vermogen received a substantial grant from the Dutch Cultural Participation Fund (Fonds voor Cultuurparticipatie/FCP), and will also be supported by the National Centre of Expertise for Cultural Education and Amateur Arts (Landelijk Kennisinstituut Cultuureducatie en Amateurkunst/LKCA). Joop de Jong will research the project together with LKCA.


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The Ethics of Sovereign Debt Network funded by YMP

Over the coming two years, Marco Meyer, Martin O’Neil, Alan Thomas (all York), and Janosch Prinz (Maastricht) will establish an international network of scholars and practitioners on the ethics of European sovereign debt, funded by the York Maastricht Partnership.

The network will host three workshops on work in progress. One of the main goals of the network is to secure a larger follow-on grant.


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Joop de Jong invited to monitor SCRZ pilots

In the Stedelijke Cultuurregio Zuid (SCRZ), the Zuid-Limburg arts sector, the municipal governments of Heerlen, Maastricht and Sittard–Geleen, and the Minister of culture of the Province of Limburg work together towards a region with a strong and inspiring cultural life. The SCRZ has set up three so-called ‘Proeftuinen‘ or pilots.

Joop de Jong and his research team consisting of Sandra van Helden and Ward Schoonbrood will monitor these pilots.


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Call for projects, workshops and papers for MCICM’s second symposium

Following the success of the first international symposium of the Maastricht Centre for the Innovation of Classical Music in March 2019, we would again like to invite you to present innovative projects for the symposium ‘Fail Better: Sharing Challenges and Learning in Classical Music Innovation‘.

Please see here for more information. The deadline for submission is 8 December 2019.
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Call for researchers: Synergy 2020 conference

On 6 February 2020 NWO organises the Synergy 2020 conference ‘Changing Societies’.

Synergy is looking for enthusiastic researchers who wish to engage this year’s participants with their view on change and/or society. Interdisciplinary teams, younger scholars and any other with an idea for interactive and cross-disciplinary parallel sessions are invited to submit a proposal to Synergy2020@nwo.nl. The proposal deadline is 1 December.

Toneelhuis LFA commissions Joop de Jong to conduct research project

The Roermond-based Limburg Amateur Theatre Association (Dutch: Toneelhuis LFA) has asked a group of researchers, among which FASoS professor Joop de Jong, to conduct a research project.

Joop de Jong, together with Sandra van Helden and Ward Schoonbrood, will repeat the 2011 survey and analysis – by Pieternel Fleskens and Joop de Jong – of membership experience, expectation and satisfaction with Toneelhuis LFA and its services.

Opportunity to apply for China Scholarship Council PhD students

Colleagues interested in integrating a Chinese PhD student within his/her research or project at FASoS are invited to submit a proposal before 15 September 2019.

Maastricht University and the China Scholarship Council (CSC) collaborate to provide high quality research training to qualified students from Chinese universities and research institutions.


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