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DNB president Klaas Knot: lecture and opening Duisenberg Exhibition on 15 November at FEB

08 November 2012
Leadership Panel and Opening Duisenberg Exhibition
Leadership Panel and Opening Duisenberg Exhibition


On Thursday 15 November, DNB president and FEB professor Klaas Knot will be our guest at the FEB. For students and staff he will give a lecture as part of the EBF Leadership Panel (LSP) and afterwards he will officially open the exhibition dedicated to the late Wim Duisenberg.

In 2010, the renewed Faculty Building was officially renamed to Duisenberg Building, to honour FEB's famous alumnus Wim Duisenberg. The exposition in the staircase of the building represents his life and career. Like Klaas Knot now, Duisenberg was also president of DNB.

Programme

15.45h: Leadership Panel, doors open Bernoulliborg room 151 (5161.0151)

16.00h - 17.15h: Leadership Panel Klaas Knot. Interactive session with dean Harry Garretsen (inspired by 'College Tour'), Bernoulliborg room 151 (5161.0151).

17.30h: Opening Duisenberg exhibition (Plaza, student support desk)


Note for the press
The Leadership Panel of Klaas Knot is organized for students and faculty staff. Because of the intimate setting where students and staff are free to ask Mr. Knot (personal) questions, it is not intended that media are present.
The media is cordially invited to attend the opening of the exhibition on Duisenberg.

15 November 2012 at the FEB
15 November 2012 at the FEB
Last modified:12 February 2018 2.54 p.m.

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