An overview of the latest news articles:
|Posted on:||19 September 2019|
A €100,000 grant has been awarded to Dr Lisa Herzog by the German Max Uwe Redler Stiftung. Lisa Herzog will join the Faculty of Philosophy (University of Groningen) as Rosalind Franklin Fellow as of October, 1st.
|Posted on:||25 July 2019|
Lisa Herzog will join our Centre for Philosophy, Politics and Economics from 1 October 2019.
|Posted on:||16 July 2019|
Thirteen researchers from the University of Groningen (UG) and the UMCG have been awarded Veni grants within the framework of NWO’s Innovational Research Incentives Scheme. A terrific result building on last year's successes, where 12 Groningen researchers were awarded Veni grants . Veni’s are intended for researchers who have recently gained a PhD and have significant and original talent for innovative research. The grant of up to € 250,000 offers these young researchers the chance to further develop their ideas over the next three years.
|Posted on:||09 July 2019|
De GUF-100 prijzen voor excellerende studenten werden in 1993 voor het eerst uitgereikt ter gelegenheid van het 100-jarig bestaan van het GUF. De prijs bestaat uit een eenmalige beurs ter hoogte van €2500,-te besteden aan studie of onderzoek en wordt toegekend aan de meest excellente student van elke faculteit.
|Posted on:||25 June 2019|
On Sunday 23rd and Monday 24th of June, a very successful Conference by Women in Philosophy was held at the University of Groningen.
|Posted on:||20 May 2019|
Before we met, historian and philosopher Philipp Blom was told that he would be interviewed about his work and mission. Work okay, but a mission? ‘I don’t have one,’ says Philipp Blom on the phone from Vienna in fluent Dutch. ‘I’m curious and I like to tell stories and convince people about things that I think are important. Like climate change, for example.’ But you could say that is a mission, right? ‘No,’ he assures me. ‘History is just such a fantastic discipline – and important, because it has a bearing on life today. I like to find patterns in history and to investigate whether there are any constants that apply not only to the Middle Ages or the seventeenth century, but to human existence in general.’
|Posted on:||25 April 2019|
The committee praises the high quality of the faculty's research and its international character, as well as the impressive number of research grants and other marks of recognition.