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    Introducing guest researcher Paul P. Stewens


    Paul P. Stewens is a guest researcher at the Faculty of Law's Department of Criminal Law and Criminology (until 4th of July 2022), working with MACCH affiliated researcher Donna Yates among others.

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    Refugee flow presents new opportunity to eradicate HIV


    Ukrainians are fleeing the war in droves, taking with them serious diseases such as HIV to the countries that receive them. This creates new challenges but also offers new opportunities to eliminate HIV by 2030, says UM researcher Kai Jonas.

  • Thesis awards for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence students


    Congratulations to Anna-Lena Krause, Krzysztof Cybulski and Frederik Calsius!

  • Rectorate handover at 46th Dies Natalis


    The outgoing rector magnificus, Professor Rianne Letschert, transferred her position to Professor Pamela Habibović during a special ceremony at Maastricht University’s 46th Dies Natalis celebration on Thursday 12 May.

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    How far can your feet (feat) take you?


    Alumnus Jean-Paul Jaegers completed the Dutch Mountain Trail in one day on 17 April 2022. The trail is 101km long and covers seven summits in the beautiful southern parts of Limburg via the German and Belgium borders and finishing in Maastricht. In addition to the trail being a bold personal challenge, Jean-Paul also committed the hike to raise money for the Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity.

  • Megatelescope under Limburg hills comes closer


    More than 900 million euros were recently released by the cabinet for the construction of a unique mega telescope under the hilly soil of Limburg. In Maastricht, physicists are already making the first preparations.

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    Where are they now? Patrick Mack, Class of 2012


    Completing a bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Management in 2011 and a master’s in the same field in 2012—both as SBE—Patrick Mack has gone on to enjoy a career that has taken him from the Netherlands to work in three different countries, learn two new languages, and travel extensively. He shares with us his story to date.

  • Patrick Huntjens wins Nautilus Book Award


    Patrick Huntjens, Professor of Governance of Sustainability Transitions at Maastricht University, has won the Nautilus Book Award 2022 with his book 'Towards a Natural Social Contract'. 

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    Vacancy: Post-doc Identity, Heritage and the Citizens’ Perspective at Studio Europa Maastricht, Maastricht University


    The successful candidate is a talented early-career researcher with proven interest in European affairs. They will be part of the core research team of Studio Europa Maastricht (SEM) of Maastricht University (UM) for a two-year appointment. They will work closely with the broader SEM team and researchers in the different faculties of the UM.

    Application deadline is 15 May 2022. 

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