UCG is happy to announce our nominee for the Best Practice in Teaching and Learning Award 2023. Our nominated practice is the "Young Scientists at UCG Research Internships" led by Dr. Lieuwe Zijlstra.
The practice focuses around providing evidence-based research internships aimed at improving students’ academic performance and combining high-level research and teaching. Students are members of the Experimental Philosophy Lab Group founded to embed students in a collaborative structure conducive to their academic development.
The internship encourages students to think as researchers and engage in all aspects of the research process. Both UCG alumni and current students participated presenting their research about Experimental Philosophy at different faculties and at academic institutions including the UG, Utrecht University, University of Amsterdam, Granada University, Yale University, and at research meetings at Harvard and MIT.
Congratulations to all staff and students involved!
From left to right the internship students presenting at the Experimental Philosophy Conference 2022 that they co-organized:
Standing: Femke de Rijk, Katharina Doebelt, Otto Backé, Naoise Gilmore, Sanne van Emmerik, Mika van Wijk, Lieuwe Zijlstra, Solke Eugelink, Johannes Hütten
Below: Julius Westerhoff, Sybe van den Top, Magdalena Ringle
The award ceremony of the UG Best Practice in Teaching & Learning Award 2023 will be held on Monday 27 March 2023, as the kick-off of the Education Festival.
A previous article was published on the academic field trip undertaken by the students involved in the lab group. Read more on it through the link below.
In case you have questions regarding the Experimental Philosophy Lab Group, you can reach the team at this email: xphi-lab rug.nl
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