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Annually, the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences presents two prizes: Casimir Prize Pieter de la Court Medal
The Casimir Prize is an appreciation of teaching teams that achieve renewal and innovation in education. The Casimir Prize is awarded to teams of minimum 2 and maximum 10 people, all employed by FSW. The prize consists of €1500, to be spent on team building, knowledge sharing or exchange with interns…
Committee on Teaching
The standing Committee on Teaching advises the Faculty Board – on request or on its own initiative – about all aspects of the Faculty’s education policy. It also fulfils the role of Department Teaching Committee for the core curriculum courses: it analyses the student evaluations and provides the Faculty…
Nomination is open to managers and colleagues of team members. Also, programme committees can nominate.
The Faculty of Archaeology is the largest academic centre of Archaeology in the Netherlands. The Faculty ranks in the top ten worldwide in academic reputation and research impact (February 2021 QS World University Ranking by subject). The Faculty has a staff of more than 170…
The Programme Committee of Cultural Anthropology/Development Sociology (CADS) consists of lecturers and students.
Pieter de la Court Medal
The Pieter de la Court Medal is awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences. "Pieter de la Court, born in Leiden as the son of Flemish immigrants, was one of the most important authors on politics and economics of the Dutch Golden Age. While still a student at Leiden…
Work group Vision on Blended Education
The FSW Working Group Vision on Blended Education (VBE) is charged with delivering a vision on digitalisation and activating teaching between April 2022-June 2023. The vision will be drawn up on the basis of: literature review, dialogue with colleagues, survey of internal and external educational experts…