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Alumna Nonhlanhla Dube wins Dutch Master’s thesis prize

13 February 2014

University of Groningen alumna Nonhlanhla Dube (30) is the winner of the Dutch Master’s Thesis Prize in Logistics 2014. She studied the role of government bodies in humanitarian logistics for her final-year project. During the finals at Technische Unie in Alphen aan den Rijn, Dube was able to convince the jury that her research and resulting thesis were of great value to the logistics sector.

Nonhlanhla Dube
Nonhlanhla Dube

Dube followed the Research Master in Operations Research and Operations Management at the Faculty of Economics and Business.

Impact

TU/e student Jaap Arts (21) won the Bachelor’s Thesis prize. Jury chairman Prof. Jack van der Veen, head of the VLM, praised both theses for their impact on the world of logistics. ‘Both winners chose a relevant issue and invested a lot of time in their research. The results are thus extremely valuable.’

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