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Events

  • 10 Jan 21 Feb
    19:30 - 21:30

    Psychological Science in Court

    Studium Generale | Lecture series
    Marko Jelicic , Ana Sagana, Glynis Bogaard, Lilian Kloft, Prof. Henry Otgaar
     

  • 22 Feb 23 Feb
    08:30 - 17:00

    EURON PhD Days 2024

    The EURON PhD Days are an opportunity for PhD students to discuss their findings, thoughts, and insights with other PhD students and senior researchers while learning about recent proceedings in science occurring outside of their own university.

  • 22 Feb
    16:00

    Environmental Law Lecture Series

    This lecture series provides a set of important insights from environmental law scholars on how EU environmental law helps to achieve the aim of a high level of environmental protection in the European Union and across the world.

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  • 28 Feb 31 Oct
    12:00

    Narratives, Frontier Technologies & the Law

    In this call for papers for a Special Journal Issue for ‘Law, Technology and Humans’ (https://lthj.qut.edu.au), we seek high-quality scholarly perspectives and theoretical investigations into the relationship or correlation between Narratives, Frontier Technologies, and the Law. Our objective is to...

  • 05 Mar
    11:00 - 13:30

    Playing with ChatGPT

    Hello it’s me… ChatGPT: What exactly are Large Language models, and what does that tell us about the challenges and opportunities for teaching at university?

  • 18 Mar 22 Mar

    Master Class on Privacy Management and Data Governance

    Practical guidance on how to successfully implement a comprehensive data governance model and clearly define key roles and responsibilities of those involved in the personal data governance process in the organisation in line with the application of the principle of “accountability”. Serves as a...

  • 23 Mar
    09:30 - 16:00

    Master’s Open Day

    We hope to welcome you on campus at our next Master's Open Day and give you a good impression of what studying at Maastricht University is all about.

  • 18 Apr
    16:30 - 19:00

    Campus Venlo Open Eve

    By studying at UM Campus Venlo, you choose for high-quality and small-scale teaching with a strong focus on your personal and professional development. 

  • 20 Apr
    09:00 - 22:00

    Graduation Ceremonies Spring 2024 | School of Business and Economics

    The School of Business and Economics will organise the graduation ceremonies at the MECC on 20 April. If this graduation ceremony applies to you, please mark this date in your calendar!

  • 15 May 31 Dec
    10:00 - 11:40

    Pension expertise session (webinar)

    The expertise center ITEM, in collaboration with Montae & Partners, is organizing a (digital) pension expertise session webinar series.
     

  • 17 May 05 Dec
    10:00 - 15:00

    Graduation Ceremonies Bachelors

    We are proud to hand the diploma's to our graduates on this festive day. 
    The graduates will receive an invitation from Law Events Office to register. 

  • 30 May 31 Dec
    14:00 - 16:30

    European Administrative Law Dialogues

    These online discussions seek to set the scene for further exchange about the intellectual, conceptual, social, legal and practical interactions between comparative administrative law in Europe and European administrative law. The European Administrative Law Dialogues are strongly anchored in...

  • 12 Jun 13 Jun
    00:00

    Recharacterising International Disputes: Exploring the Phenomenon of Multi-Fora Litigation - Call for Papers

    We invite you to submit an abstract of a paper to present at the conference on the topic of "Recharacterising International Disputes" which will be held at our Faculty of Law on 12 & 13 June 2024 in Maastricht.

  • 12 Jun 13 Jun
    09:30 - 14:30

    UM Education Days 2024

    The UM Education Days will be back on 12-13 June 2024. Save the dates in your calendar!

    Assessment, tutoring, advising, technology, inclusivity, feedback, educational design, and much more! Once again, the Maastricht University Teaching & Learning community will exchange, share, learn, discuss and...

  • 13 Jun
    09:00 - 18:00

    GROW Science Day 2024 🔬

    SAVE THE DATE - more information will follow!

     

  • 28 Jun 06 Dec
    10:00 - 17:00

    Graduation Ceremonies Masters

    We are proud to hand the diploma's to our graduates on this festive day. 

  • 03 Jul
    12:00 - 18:00

    GROWlympics 2024 🏆

    Start training with your group and win the GROW cup!

  • 24 Nov
    09:00 - 22:00

    Graduation Ceremonies Fall 2024 | School of Business and Economics

    The School of Business and Economics will organise the graduation ceremonies at the MECC on 24 November. If this graduation ceremony applies to you, please mark this date in your calendar!

Video: Talking about books - Carin Dansen

The University Library also serves as the Academic Library of azM/MUMC+. Hence, for a new Talking about books video we went to the hospital to visit Carin Dansen, a midwifery nurse and nursing scientist. 

Carin talks about Nursing research: generating and assessing evidence for nursing practice, a book by  Denise F. Polit and Cheryl Tatano Bec. She highlights that the book is especially interesting to learn more about how to start nursing, to collect (evidence) data and to conduct the research. Carin also gives a sneak peek into her working area, where new life often starts.

UMagazine

UMagazine offers insight into the key developments and achievements in education and research at Maastricht University. The magazine is printed three times a year.

The February edition includes a portrait of Frank Nellen, associate professor of Tax Law. Alongside his work for the university and the accountancy firm Baker Tilly, he is also a novelist. His second novel, The invisibles, received high praise in the major Dutch newspapers—a well-earned reward for four years of hard work. 

How can 3D models be preserved? This is the idea behind PURE3D, a project in which Costas Papadopoulos and Susan Schreibman are developing an infrastructure for the preservation and publication of 3D scholarship. In the future, the platform may also provide a new way of accessing cultural heritage, from the Battle of Mount Street Bridge to Limburg’s mines and the Smithsonian. 

Lee Bouwman, a vascular surgeon and endowed professor of Clinical Engineering, is bridging the gap between technology and clinical practice. Innovations range from the use of robotics in aortic stenting and knee replacement surgery to the localisation of breast tumours using magnetic seeds and iron oxide.

What will the sustainable city of the future look like? To answer this question, we shouldn’t just ask experts, says postdoctoral researcher Özlemnur Ataol. The youngest users of the urban environment—children—should get a say too. Creating cities in which they can thrive will benefit people of all ages. 

Supervised by Anne Roefs, Leo Pimpini conducted PhD research on the effects of mindset and BMI on food-related cognition and behaviour. In his dissertation, he dispels a number of prejudices about obesity.  

This time, Soul Kitchen offers a peek into the kitchen of David Baiao Barata, born and raised in Portugal. For him, every meal starts with a splash of olive oil and some garlic. And we meet alum Natalia Westermann, who became an entrepreneur following her master’s in Healthcare Policy, Innovation and Management. She now runs a sustainable vintage-clothing store in Maastricht.

Read about all this and more in the February issue of UMagazine!

UMagazine #1 2024 - cover

Download the latest edition of the UMagazine (PDF) here.

The next edition will be published on 18 June.