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when art meets science

Science made easy

Science made easy

Who: Cleo Freriks, Observant editor TV series: The Big Bang Theory Target group: all scientists
Politics influences everyone’s lives

Politics influences everyone’s lives

Who: Sophie Vanhoonacker, professor of Administrative Governance Film: La Meglio Gioventù (2003) Target group: European Studies’ students
Strategic groups in the arena

Strategic groups in the arena

Who: Wynand Bodewes, chief entrepreneurship officer, senior lecturer Film: Gladiator (2000) Target group: School of Business and Economics’ students
A child’s astonishment

A child’s astonishment

Who: Trudy van der Weijden, professor of Implementation of Clinical Practice Guidelines Statue: Cloud Gate, Anish Kapoor Target group: all students
Preserving the mystery

Preserving the mystery

Who: Sandrien Wansink, secretary at the department of Toxicogenomics Painting: The Wooden Skirt, Michaël Borremans Target group: all students
War brings out the worst in people

War brings out the worst in people

Who: Natasja van der Meer, lecturer of Foundations and methods of Law TV series: Unsere Mütter, Unsere Väter (ZDF, 2013)
What is the value of standards?

What is the value of standards?

Who: André Klip, professor of Criminal Law and Criminology Book: Every Man Dies Alone, Hans Fallada (1947) Target group: all (Law) students
The importance of attunement

The importance of attunement

Who: Selma van der Haar, educational researcher at the School of Business and Economics CD: Bach Concertos, Janine Jansen Target group: all students
What do you want to aspire to?

What do you want to aspire to?

Who: Ree Meertens, senior lecturer Health Sciences Painting: Titus as a Monk, Rembrandt (in the Rijksmuseum) Target group: all students
“Ask yourself: so what?”

“Ask yourself: so what?”

Who: Johannes Bögershausen, PhD candidate at SBE Book: Presentation Zen, Garr Reynolds Target group: students of the School of Business and Economics
An eye for detail

An eye for detail

Who: Harro van Lente, professor of Philosophy occupying an endowed chair for Sustainable Development at ICIS Book: Saturday, Ian McEwan (2005) Target group: Students of ICIS
Growing up in a traditional society

Growing up in a traditional society

Who: Harry Oosterhuis, historian at Arts and Social Sciences Film: The White Ribbon, Michael Haneke (2009) Target group: students of Arts and Social Sciences
Memory is a reconstruction

Memory is a reconstruction

Who: Ewout Meijer, Forensic Psychologist Film: Waltz with Bashir, Ari Folman Target group: students of Psychology
Stay down to earth and modest

Stay down to earth and modest

Who: Henry Otgaar, Psychologist Book: The Book of Five Rings, Miyamoto Musashi Target group: students of Psychology
Everything is relative, especially science

Everything is relative, especially science

Who: Herman Kingma, professor of Clinical Vestibulology Performance: Je t’aime, Lara Fabian Target group: medical students
Dwelling on traumatic events

Dwelling on traumatic events

Who: Marko Jelicic, forensic (neuro)psychologist Painting: Guernica, Picasso (1937) Target group: students of clinical psychology
The most impressive argument against war

The most impressive argument against war

Who: Piet Leroy, paediatrician at MUMC Statues: The Grieving Parents, Käthe Kollwitz Target group: students of Medicine
“Learn history and have fun at the same time”

“Learn history and have fun at the same time”

Who: Birsen Erdogan, political scientist at Faculty of Law Book: Q, by Luther Blissett Target group: all students, especially non-European students
Strong women in the spotlight

Strong women in the spotlight

Who: Jessica Alleva, psychologist Photographs: Women are Heroes, by photographer JR Target group: psychology students

“The ideal body of a dancer is not old”

Who: Aagje Swinnen, scholar in aging studies Dance: Act Your Age on 12-14 December, Maastricht Target group: students of UCM and Arts and Sciences
Keep a clear vision of your goal

Keep a clear vision of your goal

Who: Astrid Offermans, researcher in the field of sustainability at ICIS Statue: Jacques Balmat and Horace-Bénédict de Saussure, in Chamonix Target group: students of Sustainability Science and Policy
Your iPhone or your left arm?

Your iPhone or your left arm?

Who: Tsjalling Swierstra, philosopher at Arts and Social Sciences Book: Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley Target group: students of Arts and Social Sciences
A different outlook on the world

A different outlook on the world

Who: Lex Borghans, professor of Labour Economics and Social Policy at the School of Business and Economics Series of photographs: In almost every picture 7, Erik Kessels, on exhibit in the Van Abbe Museum in Eindhoven until 17 November Target group: students of Economics
The student at the helm

The student at the helm

Who: Chahinda Ghossein, teacher in the Skills lab and researcher at obstetrics and gynaecology Poem: On Teaching, Khalil Gibran, from the series of essays called The Prophet Target group: all students
Almost romance

Almost romance

Who: Maarten Doorman, Philosopher at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences What: Dangerous Liaisons, by Stephen Frears Target group: students of Arts and Social Sciences/UCM
Your entire personality in 500 MB

Your entire personality in 500 MB

Who: Kurt Driessens, expert in artificial intelligence What: TV series Caprica Target group: students of Knowledge Engineering
About the mantra of permanent growth

About the mantra of permanent growth

Who: Thomas Thijssens, economist at the School of Business and Economics Book: Whatever, by Michel Houellebecq Target group: students of Economics and Business Administration
Fields of time to flamenco music

Fields of time to flamenco music

Who: Ronald Westra, physicist at the Department of Knowledge Engineering What: The poem La leyenda del tiempo by Federico García Lorca Target group: Science College students
Traditionalism with a view to the future

Traditionalism with a view to the future

Who: Jan de Roder, assistant professor of Literature at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences What: Dumbarton Oaks by Igor Stravinsky Target group: students of Arts and Social Sciences
About a boy that never stopped playing

About a boy that never stopped playing

Who: UM curator Mieke Derickx Artwork: Panamarenko’s aeroplane Target group: students from all faculties
A studio artifact full of riffs

A studio artifact full of riffs

Who: Darryl Cressman, philosopher at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Album: Here Come the Warm Jets, Brian Eno Target group: philosophy students
Behind the scenes at the therapist

Behind the scenes at the therapist

Who: Dalena van Heugten-van der Kloet, PhD in Psychology Book: Lying on the Couch by Irvin Yalom Target group: students who have an affinity with clinical psychology
Everything always returns

Everything always returns

Who: philosopher Rob Houtepen (FHML) Film: Ten Canoes Target group: students from all faculties