The Science Shop Language, Culture and Communication is involved in the following projects:
- Art history student Daphne Jansen is making an art inventarisation for the municipality of Coevorden, Drenthe.
- Students Eva, Floor, Laura, Luna, Marieke and Sabijn from the course Management and Entrepreneurship in the Arts are making a strategic plan for MooieDingenMakers, a platform for cultural entrepreneurship in the North of The Netherlands.
- Within the master course Atelier: Living Heritage, students work together with heritage institutions on exhibitions. Students Annely Agema and Marisol Vazques Llamas work on an exhibition about women in castle Havezate, Hendry Quirke and Kaz van de Nieuwenhof are working for the Hunebedcentrum Borger on Prehistoric pottery, Aren Grooters and Daan Breithaupt create a new introduction room for the open air museum Hoogeland, marten Ketalaar and Marieke Render write a proposal for the new Game Museum in Tolbert, while Julie van Loon and Chloé Lagerweij work on an exhibition plan about the history of the Allersmaborg for Museum Wierdenland in Ezinge. Emily Shoebridge Martin and Marnix Ripke will make a bidbook for the Universitymuseum about their colonial past and students Emma de Waard en Ioan Stoianare creating an online and offline exhibiton about Petrus Camper for the University Library.
- 13 students from different language programmes are writing reading guides for the eldery, in collaboration with Senia.
- Students Dan Padure, Juan Carlos Mendez Alvarez (University Utrecht) and Ayscha van den Oudenalder collaborate in a project about inclusivity in the live music industry for showcase festival Eurosonic Noorderslag (ESNS).
- Student European Languages and Cultures (ELC) Tereza Dražanová analyses for NGO Empower Yourself the availability of information for Latino's in Groningen, language attitutes and other factors which contribute to the integration of latin-american immigrants in the Netherlands.
- History Student Samira Kunz works on an exhibition plan about Corpus den Hoorn together with Arjen Bakker from 's Heerenloo, an institution for clients with aquired brain injury.
- Student Muteber Boyraz (MA Applied Linguistics) is analysing how the English on low level vocational training can be improved, for Stad & Eschcollege Meppel.
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