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Seven promising young scientists from Erasmus University Rotterdam have been awarded a Veni grant.
Edith Weijnen is since 1 June 2019 the new Ombudsman of Erasmus University Rotterdam for students and employees to ensure a safe work and study environment.
A new sports building will be opened on campus for students of Erasmus University and the Hogeschool in 2022
During the course of the last four years, Erasmus University Rotterdam has enjoyed a phase of strong and consistent development which has recently culminated in the adoption of the widely supported..
Executive Board President Kristel Baele looks back on a positive year for Erasmus University. “Erasmus University’s roots are in the city of Rotterdam, but our impact is felt far beyond”.
From August 2020, the university campus will therefore be completely smoke-free. From 1 September 2019 to July 2020, smoking will only be permitted in five designated smoking zones on campus.
Do you wonder if you as an individual can make a difference? Follow RSM’s new MOOC, explore the role of business in achieving the SDGs and experience how you can be a force for positive change.
July 1st is the annual commemoration of Keti Koti, which marks the ending of slavery in several former colonies of the Netherlands. We spoke with Professor Alex van Stipriaan, about its lasting legacy
Do you know someone who advocates female talent within the EUR community? Nominate this colleague or student for the FAME Athena Award!