As of 1 September 2017 two new regulations will become effective:
Tenure Track Regulations for the position of Assistant Professor and Recruitment, Selection and appointment of Professors at Maastricht University.
Both regulations can be found on the Maastricht University website.
Previously we informed you that Dutch Universities agreed with unions to a new Collective Labour Agreement Dutch Universities (CAO NU).
The full text of the CAO NU is now available on the website of VSNU. Currently only a Dutch version is available of the appendix; VSNU will commission a translation as soon as possible.
The duration of this collective agreement is from 2 July 2016 to 30 June 2017 and has been extended until 1 July 2018.
In the next period texts on the UM-website will be adapted.
On 12 July 2017 the defence of PhD Thesis of Dr Hannelore Niesten (joint doctorate UHasselt/UM) took place. The joint doctorate of Dr Hannelore Niesten was carried out under supervisors Prof. Dr. Elly Van de Velde (UHasselt) and Dr. Marjon Weerepas (Maastricht University). The University of Hasselt pubslished an article about the PhD thesis regarding the tax barriers of free movement of persons in the EU.
The Dutch Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom relations has asked ITEM to research the cross-border mobility of specialized nurses in some Dutch health care institutions. The goal of the research is to find out about the status and influence of quality standards and the actors involved, as well as to provide solutions to facilitate the cross-border mobility of specialized nurses while maintaining high quality health care.
ITEM-researcher reflect on the 'refugee crisis' in Europe from their expertise.
The Maastricht Study specialises in conducting microcirculation measurements
Law researcher and scientific coordinator at the ITEM Expertise centre Dr. Alexander Hoogenboom featured Observant Magazine on whether the EU only produces annoying regulation and why that misconception continues to exist.
Maastricht University (UM) ranked 200th in the latest edition of the QS World University Rankings, which was published today. UM’s ranking was lower this year compared to last year, when it placed 173rd out of 965 universities worldwide.
The University attaches great importance to a good work-life balance for all UM employees. There is broad consensus that employees should take sufficient time off. Therefore all employees received an e-mail from the Board regarding accrual, registration and use of holiday leave.
Prevention of dementia potentially stimulated by drawing up personal risk profile (MUMC+ news).
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