Events

  • 1 Mar 18:00
    - 23:00

    Google Hash Code 2018 Maastricht University

    Hash Code is a team-based programming competition organized by Google for students and industry professionals across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. You pick your team and programming language, we pick a real-life engineering problem for you to solve. Are you up for the challenge?

  • 3 Mar 10:00

    Abraham de Pinto-competitie 2018

    Voor de derde keer organiseert de Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid de Abraham de Pinto-competitie. In deze competitie moeten studententeams aan een deskundige jury (rechter, advocaat, zorgverlener) laten zien een perfect intakegesprek te kunnen voeren met een nieuwe cliënt. Studenten die na het afronden van hun master in de praktijk gaan werken hebben veel profijt van deze competitie. Zij leren daarin de communicatieve en sociale vaardigheden die onmisbaar zijn voor  het voeren van een goed cliëntgesprek. Daarom staat bij deze competitie de rol tussen cliënt en advocaat centraal. De competitie wordt geopend door Bert Jongen, Wethouder van Onderwijs van de gemeente Maastricht. Aan deze competitie nemen 30 teams mee uit Nederland en België. 

     

  •   34 Mar

    Rethinking Justice Hackathon

    Students, staff and alumni from Maastricht University, as well as friends from the industry, coming together in a 24-hour hackathon to celebrate free thinking and enthusiastic doing.

  •   54 Mar May 15:00
    - 18:00
    Sports event

    Move more, feel better II – Active Campus Europe (ACE)

    “Move more, feel better” is an eight-week movement programme as a part of the Active Campus Europe (ACE) project

  • 5 Mar 19:30
    - 21:30
    Lecture

    18th Century Philosophy: Intellectual Heroes and Key Themes

    Studium Generale - Lecture Series
    René Gabriëls​, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, UM

  • 5 Mar 20:00
    Lecture

    Against Hate

    Studium Generale - Lecture
    Carolin Emcke, German Journalist and Author, Berlin

  • 6 Mar 10:00
    - 15:00
    Workshop

    Docker for Data Science

    Containers have emerged in the Cloud and made it possible to utilize hardware infrastructure in the most flexible and efficient way. Containers make it possible to run whole application stacks from a single configuration file. The Institute of Data Science is already making use of this container infrastructure and we would like to share our knowledge.

  • 6 Mar 18:00
    - 21:30

    Student Panel session on Employability

    Do you want to join the discussion on Employability at Maastricht University? You can do so by signing up for our evening session on Tuesday the 6th of March! 

  • 6 Mar 19:30
    - 22:30

    Coachcafé for young alumni and master's students

    Define your talents and dreams and make it happen!

     

  • 6 Mar 20:00
    Lecture

    Neanderthal Evolution, Biology and Extinction: New Insights from the Fossil Record

    Studium Generale - Eugene Dubois Lecture
    Prof. Katerina Harvati, Professor of Paleoanthropology, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen

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