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Humans of Arts

The Faculty of Arts is proud of all the people who study and work with us. Therefore, we would like to get to know the person behind the research, lectures and assignments.

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Wilco Versteeg

Humans of Erasmus Wilco Versteeg

Onno Crasborn

Onno Crasborn

Bas van de Ven

Bas van de Ven
Erasmus building

Frederick Vosters

Humans of Erasmus Frederick Vosters

Marleen v. Houts

Humans of Erasmus Marleen van Houts

Erasmus building

ErasmusgebouwThis is the Erasmus building, 'home' to many students and staff of the Faculty of Arts. The building is named after the Dutch humanist Desiderius Erasmus. The Erasmus building was officially opened in May 1974, and still has the accolade of being not only the tallest building on campus, but also in the city of Nijmegen.

The Erasmus building has undergone quite some changes, though it has always been home to the Faculty of Arts. The entrance hall was reopened in the spring of 2020 after refurbishment and now offers a spacious area to meet, study or work, view the information screens or check out the changing exhibitions in the display cases.

You can see a wide range of students and staff members in and around the Erasmus building every day: it is this variety and activity that makes the building a busy bee hive at times, as well as a serious place for studying and research.