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Faculty of Arts Impact Awards

Research in Arts and Humanities focusses on people. On how they communicate, how history shapes their lives and the society they live in, how they reflect on society through various art forms... Research in the humanities also helps to obtain a clear image of societal issues and to improve current practice. To really bring about change collaboration with non-university partners is essential. Many researchers and students in our faculty engage in this kind of collaborations. The Faculty of Arts would like to reward these efforts with the Faculty of Arts Impact Awards.

Prize-giving

The Impact Awards will be presented during the Arts Festival in two different categories: students and researchers.

2:30 - 3:00 PM: Pitches by the nominees (Marie Loke room)

  • Jaou Chateau & Julia van der Zee: Communicatieonderzoek Oosterparkwijk. Hoe denken Oosterparkers over hun eigen wijk en hoe willen ze geïnformeerd worden?
  • Yannick de Raaff, Jochem Dorrestein en Jelke Take: Mesolithic Mansion. Wat we kunnen leren van het bouwen van prehistorische hutten in openlucht musea
  • Audrey Rousse Malpat: Hoe kun je middelbare scholieren op een effectieve manier Frans leren? Effectiveness of explicit vs. implicit L2 instruction
  • Mike Huiskes: Het woord is scherper dan het mes. Trainingen voor medisch professionals op basis van conversatie-analytisch onderzoek.
  • Stijn Arnoldussen: Kloosterproject Groninger Instituut voor Archeologie. Opgravingen naar kloosters in de provincie Groningen met studenten en bewoners
  • Ruth Koops van 't Jagt, John Hoeks en Carel Jansen: Van vertellen naar vertonen. Fotostrips om mensen met beperkte gezondheidsvaardigheden te ondersteunen.

4:00 - 4:30 PM: Announcement of the winners (Marie Loke room)

After their assessment the jury will return to announce the winners in both categories. They will receive 500 euros (per project) and a nomination for the RUG Impact Awards .

The jury

An expert jury, consisting of experts from research and society, will assess the candidates on: societal impact, collaboration with a non-university partner and research quality.

Name Position Role
Paul de Rook Alderman for Culture and Economic Affairs Chair
Elles Bulder Lector Hanze Hogeschool Member
Lize de Kruijf Student-advisor to the board of the Faculty of Arts Member
Yftinus van Popta PhD candidate Maritime Archaeology Member
Petra Prescher Senior publisher Noordhoff Member
Mathijs Sanders Professor Modern Dutch Literature Member

Arts and Society

Please visit the webpages on t he Faculty of Arts and Society for more information about research in the Humanities with societal relevance.

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