Students or researchers? PhD candidates fall into a category of their own. In this series, we put young academics of the University of Twente in the spotlight. This episode gives the stage to Catalina Jaime Sanchez, who balances being Head of Climate and Conflict at Red Cross, a dedicated humanitarian, mother of two and PhD researcher at ITC faculty.
Students for Future Enschede, an initiative of UT students, organize their first climate march on Tuesday the 7th of June at 17:30 in the city centre. Psychology students and initiators Jana Marquardt and Katharina Hof explain about the march. ‘We realized that we are the ones that have to make a change.’
FYSICA is the Netherlands' annual physics conference, which took place on UT campus last week. To round off the conference, they hosted an evening panel discussion in association with Studium Generale, ‘Climate forecasts: limits to predictability’. What is the situation of climate science today, and how should it progress?
Een grote groep medewerkers en studenten ontving woensdagmorgen een mail waarin de UT per direct de ‘klimaatnoodtoestand’ uitroept. Het CvB waarschuwt dat het om een nepmail gaat. Het is nog onduidelijk van wie de mail afkomstig is.
A large group of employees and students received an email Wednesday morning in which the UT immediately declares a 'climate emergency'. The Executive Board warns that the message is fake. It is not yet clear from whom the email originated.
If you walk around the UT campus and stumble over a temperature sensor in the bushes or notice a new camera on the Horst, you have spotted parts of the new ‘Green Campus’ initiative. Led by ITC researchers, it monitors green areas of the campus and looks into the benefits of this green capital.
Getting high school students enthusiastic about science and creating awareness about solar energy. These are the most important reasons why two UT researchers will embark on a ‘Cycle for Science’ tour of more than 400 kilometers across the Netherlands next week. ‘With some common kitchen attributes you can make a solar panel.’