In 2019, we organised the Alumni program around 10 societal themes. THose were researched and discussed among alumni and also some of our professors/ Climate change was an obvious choice.
Lees verder Climate Change, Beyond the hype
contribution of Luckas Vander Taelen, from the e-book on critical thinking Lees verder Critical thinking : Unbiased start
On the independence of researcher, in a series of contributions on critical thinking. Lees verder Claudia Spits : Tunnel vision
Critical thinking starts from yourself. “You must have courage” to paraphrase Kant. From the moment you have the clarity to dare and truly ‘think through’ something, you are acting critically. The seeds thereof are part of your own world view. … Lees verder Gustaaf Cornelis: the banks of our comfort zone
We find you a source of inspiration. For our current students, alumni and policy makers. and for our own organisation. Via the ‘Mentors & Professionals’ program. we wish to:
show where our students land, after their studies
Link profiles to education and facultypages, to inspire (future) students
facilitate networking and relationships
Lees verder Inspire by Example
Mobility. Everyone has an opinion about it. That’s okay. Those opinions are usually coloured by one’s own experiences, one’s own situation, one’s own backgrounds. We don’t send our children to school by bike, because we are scared of cars and in doing so, we throw our own cursecar into the commotion.
We curse on the efficiency of public transport, but are not prepared to pay much for it. We annoy ourselves with folding bikes on the train … Lees verder Thinking Back: Mobility