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  • Run to fight cancer

    Students fight cancer Nijmegen

    This year the first edition of 'The Run To Fight Cancer' will take place. By running 5 kilometers on the 3rd of june you can contribute by raising money for cancer research. All the money raised with the run will directly go to the Radboud Oncology fund.

  • Two men are running a charity run

    'The Run To Fight Cancer'

    This year, the first edition of 'The Run To Fight Cancer' will take place in Nijmegen.

  • Groepscursus Stukken beter schrijven

    The online training course 'Stukken beter schrijven' is only available in Dutch.

  • Critical Humanities Lunch Session: Affective Practices in Academia

    Carlijn Cober will present her research and give a short presentation titled “Affective Practices in Academia”.

  • broodje gezond

    TLC Innovation Lunch June

    How can you responsibly use user data from your Brightspace course to improve that course? The Write Space is a digital learning environment for academic writing skills.

  • LCA5- and PCARE-associated retinal disease

    Inherited retinal diseases (IRD) cause vision problems because the cells in the eye that help us see don't work.

  • Murder, exile and the origins of law in the early Mediterranean city

    This lecture is part of the Radboud Ancient and Medieval Lecture Series. The lectures  consist of a 40 minute lecture with 20 minutes for Q&A. All lectures followed by drinks!

  • Training: Jezelf en je verhaal presenteren met een video

    The training course is only available in Dutch.

  • Geometry Seminar: Sid Mathur

    On Tuesday, 6 June, Sid Mathur will give a Geometry Seminar.

  • Point-of-care ultrasound in Acute Medicine

    This thesis discusses point-of-care ultrasound in the acute medical setting.

  • Mind the Others: Assessing the Effects of Mindfulness on Social Evaluations, Emotions and Behavior

    When triggered or provoked people often act out in a reactive or anti-social matter. The goal of this dissertation was to investigate whether mindfulness benefits interpersonal responses in such challenging situations.

  • Online Information Session on Individual Grants (NWO & ERC)

    The Grant Support & Projects team of Radboud University is organizing an online information session about Individual Grants (NWO: Rubicon, Veni, Vidi, Vici & ERC StG, CoG, AdG).

  • Phase-locking in behavioral reports

    Rhythmic modulations of cognitive processes, such as perception, attention, decision-making, and movement, have been a subject of intense research. These rhythms are believed to reflect the dynamics of neural processing and to coordinate sensory and motor functions. 

  • Writing session UTQ portfolio (UTQWS9a)

    During a writing session, you can focus on working on your UTQ portfolio under the supervision of a UTQ coach.

  • Plaatje Endnote

    Lets get started: EndNote

    Writing your article or thesis and looking for a tips and tricks to manage your literature? Learn all about referencing and organizing literature in this workshop!

  • The electronic nose as a possible point of care diagnostic in Tuberculosis


  • KNMI satellites

    Colloquium: Kasper van Dam (KNMI)

    In the colloquium on 7 June, Kasper van Dam from the The Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) will give a seminar about space weather.

  • Coordination of speech production and comprehension

    This dissertation explored how irrelevant background speech influenced speech production and what strategies speakers would use to overcome this influence.

  • Radboud Impact Festival

    Are you a student with a heart for nature and the people around you? Then block out 8 June in your diary and get involved in the Radboud Impact Festival!

  • Vaccine Decision-Making and Vaccine Acceptance among orthodox Protestants in the Netherlands

    The orthodox Protestant community in the Netherlands is known as a subgroup with low vaccination acceptance, which make them at higher risk of outbreaks of vaccine preventable diseases.