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Third party work beside your job? Fine, but...
Many employees at Leiden University carry out work for third parties that may or may not be related to their job. This is a positive move because a university belongs at the heart of society. But there are limits.
Hester Bijl on racism, inclusion and diversity at Leiden University
We talked to Hester Bijl about the worldwide protests sparked off by the death of George Floyd. A demonstration against racism will also be held in Leiden on 14 June. How does she, as Vice-Rector responsible for diversity and inclusion, view this issue? What steps is the University taking? And how can…
Library staff aim to maintain services and collections
The people behind the Leiden University Libraries aim to maintain the level of their services to clients as much as possible. They are making thankful use of internet, but not everything can be put online.
‘Trying to learn as much as possible’
Dr. Alise Muok, originally from California, arrived in 2018 for her postdoc position in Leiden, at the Biology Institute. With a grant of the Dutch Cancer Institute (KWF), she is analyzing E. coli behavior in urine to determine the presence of a cancer marker, with her supervisor dr. Ariane Briegel.
GDPR and research: what determines whether you may share data?
There is currently a trend towards making research findings more accessible, and sharing the underlying data with other researchers. This is what the funding organisations for research want, and the National Plan on Open Science is setting some concrete goals to facilitate this. At Leiden University,…
Data- and Project Management for PhDs
Research , Working effectively
Planning and managing your PhD project
Management , Research, Working effectively
Sophia lunch meeting
CLASH - Developing a Culture of Learning Analytics
Lecture, LDE Innovation Room
Webinar: Digital teaching and learning in times of corona
Central Crisis Team: ‘It sometimes comes down to the last second’
It’s the middle of the academic year, but most of the University buildings are closed – something that hasn’t happened since the Second World War. Fortunately, after a week of intensive preparations, the teaching has moved online. How is the Central Crisis Team steering the University through the corona…
Best of both worlds: adding online experiences to on-campus education
From diversity to inclusion: strategies for an inclusive curriculum and learning environment
Conference, Diversity & inclusion symposium