On Tuesday 7 September 2021 Campus Fryslân will open the Academic Year 2021-2022.
After the formal opening of the Academic Year by our Rector Prof. Cisca Wijmenga there will be a word of welcome by Prof. Andrej Zwitter, Dean of Campus Fryslân. This year's Gemma Frisius lecture will be given by Prof. Anne Beaulieu. Besides the keynote we will hear from our student assessor (as of 1 September Max Eisenbart), the chairwoman of the Faculty Council (Amaranta Luna Arteaga), and we get to enjoy some music and a poem by two of our BSc Global Responsibility & Leadership students.
Recent events have made us realise that we are part of a global system and living under conditions often described as the Anthropocene —a label used to describe human-induced changes to the climate. In her Gemma Frisius lecture, Prof. Anne Beaulieu will share vital insights on what kind of learning is essential in order to tackle the urgent problems we face.
Prof. Anne Beaulieu holds the Aletta Jacobs Chair of Knowledge Infrastructures at Campus Fryslân. Her work focuses on complexity and transition in knowledge infrastructures, with particular attention to digital data, innovation and interfaces for the creation and circulation of knowledge.
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