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VU Amsterdam should involve study associations more in career guidance, the university student council states. But what do the university’s Career Services think about that?
VU students from the Climate Change and Sustainability Law Clinic have filed a complaint against One-Dyas, a company that aims to drill gas in the North Sea. “One-Dyas is violating requirements of responsible business conduct.”
With a new integrity code for personal relationships at work, VU Amsterdam tries to prevent conflicts of interest. According to the code, employees have to report their romantic relationships, family ties and friendships.
The group of Political Science students that nominated the three NGOs, state that ‘they remind us of our shared humanity and show the way to a peaceful and better future in the Middle East.’
Rain or shine, the residents of ‘Krakenburg’ in Amstelveen are determined to continue their project. “The cold is still manageable, but that endless rain is really nasty.”
According to the curator of the latest VU Art Science Gallery exhibition, we suffer from plant blindness. The exhibition’s four artworks might help open our eyes.
In 2036, there must be an equal number of men and women full professors working at the Dutch universities, the new Women Professors Monitor reads. But this won’t happen automatically.
A novel gravitational wave detector can help us look further back in time than ever before. ‘I would be really surprised if we didn’t find anything strange.’
Even though she is the youngest scientist ever to win the Spinoza Prize, Toby Kiers remains humble: ‘It is a recognition of the incredible collaborators I work with.’ What did you do when you first heard the news? “I…
Jorim Tielbeek, lecturer in neuroscience, believes that all higher education programmes should offer climate education. To promote his cause, he teamed up with Scientist Rebellion to stage an eye-catching event in the New University Building in early May. Why should…