On 16 June Pieter Nanninga will be awarded a PhD for his study of jihadism and suicide attacks. In his thesis, Nanninga describes why suicide attacks play such an important role in the jihadi movement, and in al-Qaeda in particular. It turns out that the outcome of the attack isn't really considered all that important.
The weekly online video magazine Unifocus highlights topics related to the University of Groningen in the fields of research and society, student life, teaching, policy and internationalization.
Polarization, cybercrime, personal injury, sustainable behaviour... These are just some topics of recent public academies. The themed lectures are one example of the many initiatives that have arisen over the past few years to spread knowledge and...
Farewell symposium Prof. Marleen Janssen, -expert deafblindness
Stynke Castelein is dedicated to helping people with severe mental illnesses to regain their place in society and to give meaning to their lives. She and her team are researching new treatment methods for people with severe mental illnesses. Her...
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