University of Ghent

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Sport Sciences - Jul 8
Sport Sciences
Belgium won 32 medals at the European Company Sports Games in Salzburg. Half of this is due to the Ghent University delegation. The European Company Sports Games 2019 took place from 26 to 30 June in Salzburg.
Career - Jul 8

Still looking for literature for the summer? Starting next week, we will share a book tip on Facebook from various Ghent University employees such as professor Marc Boone, Top Athlete of the Year Dorien Motten and Antoon Van Rijckegem, editor in chief of Schamper.

Life Sciences - Jun 12
Life Sciences

In 2020, Ghent will be able to add another museum to an already impressive list. The brand-new Ghent University Museum (GUM) is located at the centre of the Ghent Botanical Garden, right around the corner from MSK Gent and S.M.A.K.

Administration - May 26

What exactly do Flemish people want to know from scientists' A fascinating question that you can find an answer to in the Flemish Science Agenda. A year ago, the public government campaign 'Question for Science' asked what people in Flanders wanted to know about scientists.

Environment - May 7

On Thursday 16 May, Ghent University will award an institutional honorary doctorate to Lord Nicholas Stern. Before the ceremony Lord Stern also participates in a panel discussion with climate experts.

Music - May 3

From 7 to 10 May the spring concerts of the Ghent University Student Ensembles will take place. They will again give the best they have.

Environment - Jun 28

The annual Environment, Health and Safety Days take place from Tuesday 10 September till Thursday 12 September 2019. During these three daysáan English spoken introductory information session is given about the environmental, health and safety guidelines of Ghent University, and some other English spoken sessions are presented to you.

Music - May 26

On 9 June, our Continuo alumni and staff orchestra will perform an adventurous spring concert at De Centrale. It will be a cultural journey through Japanese butterfly gardens in a melancholic hodgepodge of blues and classical music.

Environment - May 14

On Friday 10 May Queen Mathilde visited Ghent University within the context of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Innovation - May 6

Prof. Jˇhanna Bar­dal has been selected for a stay at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIAS-KNAW).

Life Sciences - May 3
Life Sciences

Cardiologist Julie De Backer has received a research grant worth 450.000 euros for research into hereditary aortic disorders.

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