This year's biennial Leon Wecke Award goes to documentary filmmaker Sinan Can, known for award-winning TV programmes about Afghanistan, Syria, and Iraq. Can will receive the award during a festive programme on 29 September.
Sustainability is perhaps the buzzword of the 21st century. As the effects of climate change become more and more visible, we are aware that we need to act. But how sustainable is the beermat from which you just scanned the QR code?
Researcher Maurits Meijers (Political Science) recently received a 'NWO Open Competition XS' grant. He is using this grant to conduct research into whether and how lies in the political arena impact citizens' attitudes toward democracy.
Two new projects led by Radboud University will receive a Horizon Europe grant. The ACHIEVE project will look into individual, voluntary climate actions, while GS4S seeks to understand how skills shortages can be mitigated with skilled labor workers.
Invasive alien species are animals that may pose a threat to biodiversity, but it's time to deal with that in a more ethical way. ‘We need to take a humane, long-term view and learn to co-exist’ argues Cebuan Bliss, an environmental researcher.
The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has awarded a Veni grant to ten young researchers at Radboud University. With this grant of up to 280.000 euro they can further elaborate their own ideas during a period of three years.
Accounting lecturers Karen de Meyst and Muskan Achhpilia recently contributed to a unique piece of collaborative research, in which ChatGPT was fed thousands of accounting assessment questions to see how it would perform.
Countries around the European Union are looking at reforms of energy subsidies, to encourage more sustainable energy use and to accommodate the higher prices following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. These countries should be careful, research warns.
Many migrants feel they need to distance themselves from the United Kingdom, even as others indicated not being affected at all, according to a new study published in the Academy Management Discoveries.
Nijmegen School of Management within Radboud University will celebrate its 35th anniversary this year. To celebrate this milestone, we are hosting a symposium on Thursday 19 October 2023 entitled, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: Grand Challenges.
Changing your ethnicity multiple times throughout your life: that's not all that absurd for millions of people worldwide. For them, ethnicity is not a congenital, rigid notion, but something that changes to correspond with how your place in society changes.
How do we treat the elderly? How can we provide the care that they need and deserve despite an increasing shortage of personnel and budget cuts? Researchers from Radboud University brought together various organisations.
On Saturday 3 June 2023, the Open House took place in honour of our 35th anniversary. Various activities were organised around the theme 'through another lens'. It was a festive and, above all, enjoyable day.