Klaas Landsman, professor of Mathematical Physics at Radboud University, has been appointed as a member of the advisory committee of the National Institution for Scientific Integrity (in Dutch: Landelijk Orgaan Wetenschappelijke Integriteit, LOWI).
This year, the Radboud University Medal will be awarded to Mirjam Ernestus and René Hagels. They will be presented with the medal during the 99th Dies Natalis, which will take place on 20 October 2022.
On Thursday 20 October 2022, Radboud University will be celebrating its 99th anniversary with an academic ceremony, which will be held in the University Auditorium, and a Eucharist, which will be held in the University Chaplaincy.
Anouk Scheres, who is Associate Professor of Developmental Psychology at Radboud University, has worked in several different ways at different stages of her life. It’s great to know that you can decide where and how you want to do your job.”
International knowledge workers and students, as well as their employers and knowledge institutions, now have a one-stop shop on the Radboud University campus for any matters related to making their stay in the region more pleasant.
Radboud University is committed to a safe, inclusive and equitable academic community. There is no room for discrimination and harassment at our university. The module Tackling Harassment will help you learn how to act in those situations.
Katalin Karikó, a biochemical researcher and Senior Vice-President of BioNTech, is set to receive an honorary doctorate from Radboud University during the celebration of the university’s 99th Dies Natalis, or anniversary, on 20 October 2022.
The hybrid working scheme supports employees in choosing a suitable and pleasant workplace. Therefore, employees can make use of the additional resources that Radboud University provides for this purpose.
Everyone can contribute in their own way to a more sustainable world. Jan van Duin and Lukas van der Staak came up with an idea that could potentially have a big impact in terms of circularity and waste stream reduction.
The issues that arose in the 1970s share striking similarities with our current crises, from energy crises and inflation to concerns about the quality of life on earth. Researchers from Radboud University have written a book about how Dutch parliamen
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