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Hellen Dawo

The women of CF: Hellen Dawo

Date:04 May 2021

What are you doing at CF and how did you end up here?
I am a PhD student at Campus Fryslân. My research is an exploration of sustainable entrepreneurship in protected areas. I look at how is it carried out, what are the challenges, and which tools can be...

Amaranta Luna Arteaga

The Women of CF: Amaranta Luna Arteaga

Date:09 April 2021

What are you doing at CF and how did you end up here?
My work at Campus Fryslân focuses on internationalisation strategies. It is a multi-faceted role and I support different activities, from international recruitment, exchange programmes to funding,...

Engelien Reitsma

The women of CF: Engelien Reitsma

Date:26 March 2021

Next in the Women of CF blog series is Engelien Reitsma. Engelien works as the manager in marketing, communication & international affairs at Campus Fryslân. In this blog, she talks about her work, sources of inspiration, student life and diversity. 

Vass Verkhodanova

The Women of CF: Vass Verkhodanova

Date:19 March 2021

I am a PhD researcher at Campus Fryslân. Around four years ago, I wrote my research proposal about speech of people with Parkinson’s disease and how other people perceive it, I applied with it for a PhD position at Campus Fryslân and got accepted. Since...

Sepideh Yousefzadeh

International Women’s Day and the leaky pipeline in academia

Date:18 March 2021

Every year, the 8th of March, is an opportunity to revisit what was it like to be a woman in the past in legal or social terms, and what is it like to be one in today’s legal and social arrangements. Hundreds of conferences and gatherings take place on...

Taís Fernanda Blauth

The women of CF: Taís Fernanda Blauth

Date:07 March 2021

International Women's Day is celebrated on 8 March around the world. It's a day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. Significant activity is...