Miscellaneous

Read the Observant online

Due to the corona crisis, we cannot enjoy our paper version of the Observant anymore.

Luckily here you can find the online version to this week’s Observant.

Evaluate your period 5 courses

Let us know how you liked your courses. IWIO is open open from 4 June until 16 June.

CAST alumna wins Higher Education Thesis Award

Cultures of Arts, Science and Technology (CAST) alumna Tessa Groen has won the Higher Education Thesis Award 2019. Tessa received the prize during an online ceremony chaired by the Minister of Education, Culture and Science Ingrid van Engelshoven. 

Tessa wrote her thesis about commercial university rankings. The jury praised the depth of her research and the contribution her thesis makes to the worldwide conversation on rankings and Recognition and Rewards.


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New column in Observant by Anna Harris

Anna Harris has written a new column in the Observant.

Her new column deals with the question of how we are going to gather in the future, and what creative solutions we might come up with.

You can read the column here.

Read the Observant online

Due to the corona crisis, we cannot enjoy our paper version of the Observant anymore.

Luckily, here you can find the online version to this week’s Observant.

Survey on Digital Humanities Lab at FASoS

A group of Honours programme students is currently looking at the possibility of a digital humanities lab at FASoS.

Please fill in this survey to give us a picture of the opinion of FASoS students on the necessity, suitability and desirability of such a lab. The survey will take approximately 5 minutes.

Please leave your email address at the end if you want to have the chance of winning a €20 voucher. Thank you for your time!

Read the Observant online

Due to the corona crisis, we cannot enjoy our paper version of the Observant anymore.

Luckily, here you can find the online version to this week’s Observant.

No FASoS weekly due to ascension day on 13 May

On Thursday 13 May 2021 there will be no FASoS Weekly due to Ascension Day. The next edition of the FASoS Weekly will be published on Thursday 20 May.

Enjoy the long weekend!

Julia Walczyk contributes to Regional Studies Association Blog

Julia Walczyk, MA European Public Affairs student, has published a blog post on the Regional Studies Association (RSA) Blog.

In her blog post, Julia discusses the simplification measures in the Cohesion Policy applicable to the new EU seven-years budget, 2021-2027, and explains what this simplification actually implies in practice.

RSA is a global association that creates and fosters research, analysis and debate in the field of regional studies.

Read the Observant online

Due to the corona crisis, we cannot enjoy our paper version of the Observant anymore.

Luckily, here you can find the online version to this week’s Observant.

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