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  • UM access to CLARIAH Media Suite
    April 14, 2021 · 0 Comments · Eva Durlinger

    UM access to CLARIAH Media Suite

    The CLARIAH Media Suite is an application for doing research with data collections. It is meant to be used exclusively by scholars and students at universities and higher education (e.g., film, television, and other media scholars, oral historians, and political historians). You can log into the Media Suite using their university credentials.

  • Introducing: Bart Zwegers
    April 14, 2021 · 0 Comments · Eva Durlinger

    Introducing: Bart Zwegers

    Hello everyone. My name is Bart Zwegers and I recently joined the Department of Educational Development and Policy (EDaP). Between 2009 and 2019 I was a tutor, PhD-candidate and postdoc at FASoS. The last two years I was a lecturer in social and political history at Radboud University Nijmegen. Now, I returned to ‘the old nest’. I look forward to meeting both old and new colleagues again soon.

  • Why not try a creative writing workshop?
    April 14, 2021 · 0 Comments · Eva Durlinger

    Why not try a creative writing workshop?

    With the submissions window open until the end of April for prose, flash fiction, poetry, paintings, photos and art work for the FASoS anthology, the follow up to Quarantine Spring produced last year, there is still time to create new work and explore novel ways of writing. Paul Stephenson will run three lunchtime creative writing workshops via Zoom. Each will last 90 mins and take place at 12-13.30 on Friday 23, Monday 26 and Friday 30 April.

  • Research on sustainability by FASoS staff members
    April 14, 2021 · 0 Comments · Eva Durlinger

    Research on sustainability by FASoS staff members

    In the run-up to the FASoS research event taking place on 1 June, we will be sharing a publication on sustainability by a FASoS staff member each week. These publications can be found in the FASoS weekly and on the FASoS intranet. You can register for the FASoS research event here.

  • Last day to register for UM steps challenge
    April 8, 2021 · 0 Comments · Eva Durlinger

    Last day to register for UM steps challenge

    Join team FASoS in competing for the title of UM’s most active faculty or service centre by signing up for the UM steps challenge! The challenge starts on 15 April and ends on 5 May. The goal is to take as many steps as possible. The first team to reach 178.500 steps per person on average wins the challenge. You should be able to finish within 3 weeks if everyone takes an average of 8.500 steps…

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