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PhD Scholarship in the field of Strategy, Organization & Innovation
ACED vacancy for a PhD Scholarship in the field of Strategy, Organization & Innovation.
Context matters for bird personality
Lisa Arvidsson (UAntwerpen) shows traditional lab measurements of animal personality cannot be easily extrapolated to another environment.
Why is the giant panda colored black and white?
In Gazet Van Antwerpen Prof. Herwig Leirs was interviewed on the multiple functions of hair color in animals.
Missed the online Endnote training? Or do you want to listen to it again in your own time? The recording of the training session of March 10 is now available. There is also a new session scheduled on March 29.
Niels Van Putte wins Master Thesis Award
On March 3, 2017 Niels Van Putte received the VLIZ Master Thesis Award of the Flemish Marine Institute for his work on the tidal marshes along the Schelde.
Celebrating ten years of Journal of East African Studies (free access during 2017)
The editors of the journal have pulled together a 'virtual special issue' to mark JEAS passing its tenth year. The publisher, Taylor & Francis, has made all the papers in the collection free to access until the end of 2017.
SUSTLAW 2017: one month review
SUSTLAW 2017 is in full swing: read on for an overview of the activities of the past month.
Poachers in the zoo
On Radio 2, Herwig Leirs (UAntwerp) explained that zoos are increasingly worried about rhino poachers.
Trump is right on Congo's minerals, but for all the wrong reasons
A few weeks ago a British newspaper leaked the draft of an executive order proposing the suspension of a US law that imposes tight controls over the trade in Congolese gold, tin, coltan and tungsten. A blog by Sara Geenen (IOB, UAntwerp)
Future of EU citizenship Conference
Keynote speakers and discussants confirmed.
Engaged citizen and UAntwerp tackle plastic pollution in the Schelde
Dirk Pauwels, who lives in Turnhout, wants to stimulate cooperation between politicians, scientists and citizens to solve the problem of the "plastic soup".
Intensive cooperation with universities in India, Iran, Peru and South Africa
The Law and Development Research Group intensifies cooperation that includes international mobility of lecturers and students.
Routledge publishes paperbacks of successful research group publications
The 'Routlegde International Handbook of Children's Rights Studies' and Challenging Territoriality in human Rights Law: Building Blocks for a Plural and Diverse Duty-Bearer Regime'.
Trust in Regulatory Regimes: new Edward Elgar book
Publication of a new edited volume on Trust in Regulatory Regimes (Editors: Frédérique Six and Koen Verhoest).
Public Governance workshop
Koen Verhoest, Jan Wynen and Jan Boon (UAntwerp) participate in a successful Public Governance workshop in Utrecht.
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