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Best book review

“Nothing gives the human machine such an impetus as a supreme belief in one’s own abilities.” This is one of the life lessons as described in The Human Machine (1925). Miriam Engels, a third-year psychology student, picked this book to write a review about - see below. Engels was one of the honours programme students sent to the c...

Big change in third year

She is a third-year student of International Business, but her study has been put on the back burner for the moment. From February 2012 to February 2013, Tanja Heijne (21) is a board member of Integrand - the non-profit work placement mediating organisation that links university-trained students to businesses. She has always wanted to study busine...

 “Hitting below the belt, that's what I can’t stand”

“Hitting below the belt, that's what I can’t stand”

Rector Gerard Mols is to take his leave on 3 September. He will not be lost for things to do. “I will become a visiting professor at the Law School in Yogyakarta for a while, teach at the Law School in Denpasar on Bali, and then travel on to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for a few lectures on the abolition of the death penalty in Europe. When I ret...

Award for Green Office

The Green Office has received the oikos Student Leadership Award. This award is given to outstanding student projects or campaigns contributing to a sustainable campus and encouraging other students to start their own initiatives. Ulrich Scharf of the Green Office accepted the award on Wednesday at the award ceremony at the University of Oregon in ...

"It feels weird, not having it on"

Igor Petrenko is a second-year UCM student from Belgium

Scenesconnected, 14 July and Tickle me Pink

Scenesconnected The second cultural arts festival Scenesconnected will be held on Saturday 7 July at the Oude Nutsterrein at Maagdendries 1. The programme is crowdsourced, which means it will take shape during the festival, with input from the audience. There’ll be pop music, indie, disco and techno, theatre performances, dance, a lounge bar...

Six hundred thousand euros for ICIS

The Maastricht ICIS institute has received a subsidy of six hundred thousand euros from the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) to work together with the Indonesian universities of Lampung and Yogyakarta on research into governance and socioeconomic developments in the field of sustainability. The Indonesian Ministry of Education ...

How to become a Nobel Prize winner?

How to become a Nobel Prize winner?

  Work hard now, to be able to work harder in your later life! This was the advice of the Nobel Prize winner Harald zur Hausen (1936) to medical students yesterday at the Maastricht School of Management. The German virologist gave insight into the do’s and don’ts of a successful academic career, building a network and landing gran...

Citizens complain about exchange students UM

For the past few months, residents on the Brouwersweg have been complaining bitterly about foreign UM students. In particular the Spanish-speaking exchange students cause such a disturbance that the housing corporation of the residents concerned has installed cameras and the police are threatening to issue fines. Drunk and disorderly behaviour: 60 ...

Mariaberg complaints about foreign UM-students

  For the past few months, residents on the Brouwersweg have been complaining bitterly about foreign UM students. In particular the Spanish-speaking exchange students cause such a disturbance that the housing corporation of the residents concerned has installed cameras and the police are threatening to issue fines. Drunk and disorderly behavi...
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