In an attempt to make the topic of the 405th lustrum clearer, we want to start the conversation to understand what inclusivity is!
We want to do this by giving you the opportunity to suggest the people that represent inclusivity in the University of Groningen to you. This can be whoever you believe makes the university more inclusive to you, or others. A professor, student, friend, acquaintance or anyone you felt made you feel included.
We will take your submissions into account and hopefully interview some of those icons in the hopes of understanding what being an inclusive university means.
Dick Jager isn’t one to give up easily. Since the late 1990s, he has been working to make the University of Groningen more sustainable. His journey has been a struggle, with the road often peppered with obstacles. But now things are going his way....
The Cabinet’s decision, based on the advice of the Van Rijn committee, will have disastrous consequences for the University of Groningen as a broad-based classical university.
The University of Groningen (UG) holds the 114th place in the QS World University Rankings. The QS Ranking is an influential ranking list of almost 1,000 universities worldwide. Last year the UG held the120th place.