The President of the Executive Board, Daniël Wigboldus, signed the declaration of intent for more inclusive education on behalf of Radboud University on 12 September. “This declaration of intent has given us an important mission as a university.”
Last Saturday (16 September), the Argos radio programme reported that a professor from the Faculty of Social Sciences had displayed transgressive behaviour towards a student in the past. We were touched by the student's courageous report.
Marien de Jonge has been appointed professor of Infection and Immunity at Radboud university medical center / Radboud University. De Jonge studies the interaction between pathogens and our immune system, particularly in the respiratory tract.
The Nijmegen municipality is improving the cycling infrastructure on and around Sint Annastraat, and is therefore curious about your experiences. Help them by filling in the survey and win great prizes.
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Radboud University, the university’s Senate Hall is getting a new face: thirty new faces to be exact! A work of art by Lara Schnitger will make room for thirty female professors.
Student participation elections will take place again from 10 to 12 October. In this post, you can read what you can vote for, what the scheduling looks like, how to stand for election and how to vote.
According to social psychologist Roos Vonk, our ego impedes our social relationships and our personal growth. Her latest book. ‘Mijn ego heeft altijd gelijk. Van zelfbedrog naar zelfkennis’ will be released by Meulenhoff Publishers on 12 September.
Due to a leak in the Transitorium, no lectures will take place in the Transitorium today, 12 September. Five lecture halls cannot be used as a result. Lectures will be rescheduled. Students will receive more detailed information via Brightspace.
Jointly organized by Radboudumc, Radboud University, Briskr and Oost NL, the Investment Day is a matchmaking event for investors, entrepreneurs and top researchers in the life sciences & health domain.
Two researchers at Radboud University will receive a Starting Grant from the European Research Council (ERC). This 1.5 million euro grant offers them the opportunity to form their own research groups and expand on their research.
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.