Staff newsletter
  24 May 2022
Video series: The value of collaboration with Indonesia
Researchers and staff work closely with colleagues from virtually all regions of the world, such as China, Indonesia and Latin America. Over the next three weeks, we will be putting the collaborations in the spotlight with a video series. This week: Indonesia!
Executive Board Column
Hester Bijl: 'Which parts of online learning do we want to keep?'
In addition to all the inconveniences of the past two years, the forced digitization also brought valuable innovations and smart tools. The question is: what works well and what can be done differently? Hester Bijl would like to hear from you what you think about this during the Education Festival on 7 June.
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On the phone with...
Nienke Jongejan about student well-being and Queen Máxima
Queen Máxima paid a visit to Leiden University of Applied Sciences last week. Here she spoke with students, administrators and policy makers about initiatives and opportunities in the field of student welfare. Do you want to know more about this? Ask student assistant Nienke Jongejan.
Leiden City of Science 2022
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Leiden University in the picture
Twenty years ago, the League of European Research Universities (LERU) was launched in Leiden, a partnership of 23 leading research universities. This anniversary was celebrated last week with a multi-day conference in Leiden on an urgent theme: how does science contribute to sustainable and resilient societies?
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