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Capstone Showcase third year bachelor students

When:Mo 21-06-2021 10:45 - 15:00
Where:On-site / online

You are cordially invited to attend the Capstone Showcase of our third year bachelor students on 21 June 2021. The Capstone is the academic culmination of a student’s degree in which they demonstrate their mastery of knowledge and intellectual skills, as well as of their development of personal and social responsibility. During the event, the students present the results of their Capstone in a 15-minute presentation, divided into two parallel sessions. This is your chance to see what our graduating students have worked towards over the past three years.

The event is open to fellow students, staff and loved ones, who are invited to attend the presentations either on-site or online. Please note that there is a maximum of 25 people that can be physically present in the Beurs and we will admit attendees on a first-come basis. We look forward to welcoming you at the final showcase of our soon-to-be-graduates!

Programme Capstone Showcases

10:45 - 12:30 Showcase Academic Advisement group Berfu Unal (2) - Living Lab  

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Student Presentation title On-site / online

Ester Alda Bragadóttir

Women’s relationship to nature: Should women be at the forefront in the battle with the climate crisis?

On-site

Zarina Buckert

Littering in the Veluwe: An analysis of littering in the region of the Veluwe and informal education as a way to encourage sustainable behaviour of children

On-site

Amelia Langenohl

Racism, discrimination and diversity at Hamburgy schools: an investigation of Hamburg’s school curricula and opportunities for its diversification.

On-site

Hanneke Slob

Investigative journalism in the digital age: a qualitative study into the influence of digital investigative journalism platforms on the print sector in the Netherlands

On-site

Anniek Wiertsema

How has the local climate of Friesland changed in recent decades: a detailed meteorological data analysis and visualization.

On-site

10:45 - 12:30 Showcase Academic Advisement group Daniel Feitosa - 232+236

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Student Presentation title On-site / online

Jana Heitkemper

Digitalisation in the energy transition: what impact does digitalisation in projects, such as smart city projects, have on the climate?

On-site

Rikst Leenstra

Addressing Social Vulnerability through Climate Adaptation Strategies in Fryslân

On-site

Éléonore Monette

Crop-burning in north India: How has the practice changed over previous years and contributed to air pollution in the region? And why?

Online

Florian Post

How can information in the form of text and visuals decrease water usage in the home?

On-site

13:15 - 15:00 Showcase Academic Advisement group Berfu Unal (1) - Living Lab

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Student Presentation title On-site / online

Maryse Brandsma

Digitalization within healthcare

On-site

Misha Haider

Data inequality in air pollution studies: Are some of the most densely populated and polluted regions in the world well-represented in the observational data network? What kind of policy biases can it lead to?

Online

Paul Kramer

New world, old schools; the importance of adjusting primary school curricula towards educating children about the potential negative effects of screen technologies.

Online

Chiara Neri

Donation, helping behaviour & NGOs

On-site/ online

Pieter Piet

The ethics of compromise: what makes compromise valuable?

TBC

Elise van Zalinge

The relevance of intersectionality on suicide

On-site

13:15 - 15:00 Showcase Academic Advisement group Karsten Schulz - 232+236

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Student Presentation title On-site / online

Marc Fleßa

What is the role of climate change as a conflict multiplier/accelerator in Mali?

On-site

Maria Mäkelä

How can short online exposures to minority groups lead to attitude change? The contribution of different types of texts on more favorable attitudes towards LGBTQ+.

On-site

Helena Nielsen

How can community-based development approaches successfully balance livelihood security and environmental conservation?

On-site

Frida Nilsson

The role of anticipation in local climate governance: a case study of Gothenburg, Sweden

On-site

Anton Preuß

China and the Uyghurs. A case study of China’s path to a hegemonic power, its consequences and the role of the Uyghurs.

On-site