After three months of fairly cool weather (apparently this Spring was the coldest since 1921), June finally brings us blue skies and the promise of a well-deserved summer break. The world, in the Netherlands at least, is slowly opening up. If all goes well, we will meet in person from September onwards, if not before. A wonderful perspective!
In our second newsletter for 2021, we want to give you a quick update on policy and project developments related to internationalisation. Please feel free to forward the newsletter internally, and do send us your comments and suggestions!
ISR Team: Alicja, Anita, Anja, Erik, Esme, Iris, Jacqueline, Jing, Jodien, Joyce, Luis Andrés, Maaike, Mervin, Regine, Tessa, Tim, Wiebe and Xuefei
You can read the entire newsletter here.
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