In the spotlight: René Hagels
Since the start of the pandemic, René Hagels has been an active member of the university’s ‘restart team’. That team coordinates what the coronavirus guidelines mean for the campus and ensures that students and staff stay informed.
Op het podium: Vier vrouwen aan bestuurlijke top
The appointment of Merel van Vroonhoven as chair of the first Supervisory Board after the demerger of Radboud University and Radboud university medical center increased diversity in governance on campus.
Op het podium: OnePlanet OpenEducatie
OnePlanet Research Centre is the partnership established in 2019 between Radboud University, Radboud university medical center, Wageningen Research & Impact and Imec (an R&D hub for chip and digital technology).
Op het podium: Hans de Kroon in het Living Lab Ooijpolder
Since early 2021, the Ooijpolder has been a ‘living laboratory’ for Professor of Plant Ecology Hans de Kroon.
Op het podium: Onderwijsproject Letteren voor maatschappelijke uitdagingen
The Faculty of Arts has a new minor system. During profiling minors, students not only follow thematic courses but also get the opportunity to form a think tank and work on an assignment to tackle a concrete problem.
Het podium voor het gewone leven
“It was a very strange way to end my studies, which were a bit of a disappointment after a year and half of coronavirus. During a gap year, I had found an internship at FoodforCare, which ended when the pandemic began in spring 2020.
Op het podium: het nieuwe SOC-team
Radboud University’s Security Operations Centre (SOC) was launched in the summer. The goal: to increase the digital security of the university. Several near-disasters allowed the team to immediately justify its existence.
2021: The year of resilience
Was 2021 a year we will quickly forget? Absolutely not. The COVID-19 pandemic, which had defined 2020, also set the tone for 2021.
The second year of the COVID-19 pandemic
In 2021, the university made every effort to give students, staff and visitors the opportunity to study, work and meet each other in the best possible way.
1. Open and less open during the pandemic
The year got off to a bad start: the 2020 lockdown continued until 9 February, so distance learning and working from home remained the norm.