Utrecht University follows the developments in Israel and the Palestinian Territories* with great concern. We are aware that the situation brings pain, concern and a sense of powerlessness to many, both within and outside our university community. The Executive Board further reacts here.
On Thursday 2 November, due to a combination of human error and a technical failure, part of the research data was deleted in the Yoda environment of the Faculty of Geosciences of Utrecht University. Research takes place which data and researchers have been affected and what can be restored.
On 7 November the exhibition 'A ship full of words' (Een schip vol woorden) of the Language Museum was officially opened at the Utrecht University Library Utrecht Science Park. This travelling exhibition chronicles history through the lens of Sranantongo, Suriname’s most commonly spoken language. The exhibition is on display to January 2024.
On Monday 27 November, the Network for Environmental Humanities is hosting a film screening of The Loud Spring: Collective Paths out of the Climate Crisis, with an opportunity to engage in conversations about climate action after the screening. The screening will be hosted in the theatre room at Muntstraat 2A.
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Decades of sustainability labels
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A home filled with languages
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