Five Erasmus University students to Olympic Games
Friday, 15 July 2016
Five students from Erasmus University Rotterdam are taking part in the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. They are hockey players Seve van Ass, Marloes Keetels and Larissa Meijer, track cyclist Joost van der Burg and horse rider Merel Blom. Recently, the Dutch team for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro was introduced.
Twelve Veni’s for Erasmus University Rotterdam
Friday, 15 July 2016
Twelve promising young scientists from the Erasmus University Rotterdam have been awarded a Veni grant of maximum 250.000 euros from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). With this Veni grant they are able to continue to elaborate on their own ideas for the upcoming three years. The Erasmus MC received nine Veni’s, at campus Woudestein the Veni’s go to recent PhD graduates from the Faculty of Social Sciences, Erasmus School of Economics and Rotterdam school of Management.
The EUR Collection Enriched
Tuesday, 12 July 2016
The exhibition 'The EUR Collection Enriched' in the Erasmus Gallery is currently showing work of six Dutch artists: Co Westerik, Hannes Postma, Dick Cassée, Henk Visch, Hans Andringa and Lucebert.The works of these artists that are already in the collection of the university, are now brought together with works by them that are part of a recent donation to the university.
Lilianne Ploumen guest speaker at the Opening of the Academic Year
Wednesday, 6 July 2016
Lilianne Ploumen, Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation and alumna of Erasmus University, is the guest speaker at the Opening of the Academic Year on Monday 29 august 2016. Both she and President of the Executive Board Kristel Baele will discuss meeting social challenges like digitalisation and sustainable growth.
Erasmus University achieves objectives set out in agreement with government
Tuesday, 5 July 2016
Improvement of study success rates; internationalisation of the education programme; strengthening of top-level research groups: three of the ambitions formulated in 2012 that Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) has managed to achieve over the past years. In the university’s recently published Annual Report for 2015, these ambitions - part of EUR’s performance agreements with the Dutch government – are highlighted.