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  • Hot Spot Sustainable Democracy: Climate change and democracy: (in)compatibilities

    To be announced.

  • The microbial methane cycle in Dutch canals

    Humans are highly skilled at manipulating natural landscapes to their own ends. Examples include deforestation to create more agricultural land, building dykes against flooding rivers, and the construction of cities.

  • The problems of Tourism development related to Land and Property rights in the context of Vietnam

    The research aims to provide a better understanding of the land-related problems of tourism development in Vietnam, especially during the land acquisition process under the current Vietnamese planning system and public land policies.

  • De letters CTHS in donderrood tegen een Radboudrode achtergrond

    Studies in Texts, Contexts, and Concepts (STCC) Seminar

    By Prof. Christopher B. Hays (Fuller Seminary, USA). Topic: to be announced.  Location: Erasmus building 14.39. Microsoft link available upon request.


    Alzheimer’s Disease(AD) is diagnosed by doctors using imaging, blood tests and lumbar punctures (spinal sampling) amongst others.

  • Kerst in de Refter

    Festive Christmas dinner in the Refter - Wednesday

    Fancy the Christmas season, but don't feel like slaving away in the kitchen just yet? Then come kick off the festive season with the Christmas dinner in the Refter on Wednesday 13 December!

  • Flyer pianoconcert

    Concert Nijmeegs Studentenorkest CMC

    Grieg's Piano Concerto is rightfully one of the most successful compositions ever. Nearly everyone recognizes the iconic opening with an impressive roll of the timpani followed by sweeping piano chords.

  • Gezellige kerstmarkt

    PV Kerstmarkt

    On 14 December, we will transform the surroundings of Villa Oud Heyendael into a cosy Christmas atmosphere so you can get into the Christmas spirit.

  • collage of two ancient mosaics from ancient syria and egypt

    Material Culture in Late Antique Egypt and Syria. Contacts, influences, and disparities

    The second of three international conferences on religion in the practice of everyday life in Egypt and Syria, 200-700 CE, organised in cooperation with the Jozef M.A. Janssen Foundation.

  • Clinical guidance for polycystic liver disease

    Polycystic liver disease is characterized by fluid-filled cysts in the liver. Pressure from these cysts on surrounding structures causes symptoms.

  • G&C Colloquium: Thursday 14 December

    Every second Thursday of the month, research group Grammar & Cognition invites a speaker to give a presentation about their research.

  • Creative ‘tricks’ to overcome walking difficulties in persons with Parkinson’s disease: towards individually tailored rehabilitation.

    Parkinson's disease is a brain disorder that is becoming increasingly common. Many people with parkinson's experience difficulty walking. They often invent creative tricks to still get ahead.

  • Q&A | Meet our scholarships coordinator

    Are you excited to apply for a study programme but unsure if you’re eligible for a scholarship?

  • Man praat met vrouw in een werksetting

    Webinar Employment conditions

    In the webinar Employment Conditions (in English) you will learn what employment conditions are and how to negotiate them.

  • Inaugural lecture prof. dr. Marieke de Winkel


  • GSH Christmas Party (drinks + dinner)

    To celebrate the holiday season, the Graduate School for the Humanities organises a christmas party on 14 December 2023.

  • CLS Talks: Laura Speed

    The monthly CLS Talks showcase research done within the Centre for Language Studies (CLS) with the aim to increase awareness of the ongoing research in the institute, and to facilitate discussions and collaborations between researchers.

  • Foto van een bijeenkomst in het Huygensgebouw

    Faculty of Science Meet Up

    Faculty of Science Meet Ups are for staff and students of the Faculty of Science. The goal is to catch up, celebrate achievements, and share special moments from the faculty.

  • Stories of good education: on formulating and using school vision stories

    Both researchers and education professionals agree that a vision of good teaching contributes to the quality of leadership, the school, teaching, and school development.

  • Optimizing routine collection and use of patient-reported outcomes in hip and knee arthroplasty

    Hip and knee arthroplasty patients are required to fill in questionnaires about their results of the surgery, called patient-reported outcomes (PROs).