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Purple Friday 2023 is on 8 December! Purple Friday is a day when schools in the Netherlands turn purple to show that no one should be bullied or excluded because of who they are.
The Board of the University of Groningen has decided to extend its financial support to the chair by special appointment in Lower Saxon/Groningen Language and Culture at least up to and including 2028. During the same period, the chair by special appointment can also count on the support of the Faculty of Arts and the Province of Groningen. This should allow professor by special appointment Prof. Martijn Wieling to proceed with and solidify his work within the chair group and the Centre for Groningen Language and Culture for the next five years. ‘Dialects and other minority languages are part of our culture, and inextricably linked to the UG and the University of the North.’
The Bloomsbury Handbook of Religion and Heritage in Contemporary Europe
Editors: Todd H. Weir and Lieke Wijnia
The Jantina Tammes School of Digital Society, Technology & AI and the Geodienst of the Center for Information Technology (CIT) joined forces to organize an inspiring workshop on Story Mapping. The goal of the gathering was to bring research into the spotlight by using Story Mapping techniques.
We are proud to announce that, for the third year in a row, the University of Groningen ended up in the top five of the UI GreenMetric Ranking. This year, the UG ranked fourth place with 9450 points, after Umwelt-Campus Birkenfeld (also with 9450 points) and Nottingham Trent University (9475 points). Wageningen University & Research finished in first place again with 9500 points. Worldwide, 1183 universities participated in this year’s ranking.
In januari 2024 begint het Centrum voor Revalidatie van het UMCG met de bouw van een nieuwe vleugel voor Neurorevalidatie.
That was the key question during the second Digital Participation Symposium at the House of Connections on 27 November. In break-out sessions, participants explored possible solutions , with an early consensus about the crucial need to prioritise 'the middle’ and stricter regulations.
Blocking motorways, protesting against abortion, and waving torches outside a politician’s home. The right to demonstrate is of great importance, but sometimes causes friction with other human rights. For her PhD research, Noor Swart is looking into the Dutch right to demonstrate and comparing it to other European countries. ‘In the Netherlands there is little room to infringe on the right to demonstrate on the basis of other fundamental rights, such as the right to privacy.’
De onderwijsinspectie heeft een onderzoek gedaan naar de samenwerking tussen RUG en AOG/TSM Business School b.v. binnen de Emmius School voor werk en zingeving. De samenwerking betrof de afstudeerrichting Werk en Zingeving van de opleiding Religiewetenschappen van de RUG. H
Friday 1 December, marked the official opening of the Mars Yard! Over the past few months, the students of the UG GEARS team have worked hard to realize the Mars Yard on Zernike campus. They will participate in the on-location competition of the so-called 'European Rover Challenge' (ERC) next year.
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