The UM at the Student Research Conference 2016

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The UM at the Student Research Conference 2016

This year, Maastricht University will be represented at the Student Research Conference again. This event is the annual scientific conference which is all about undergraduate research. This years conference will be organized on 30 november at the Radboud University Nijmegen. The SRC welcomes students who have completed a bachelor’s programme at all Dutch and Flemish universities (of applied sciences). They can submit a paper about their research and after the last call of papers, all submissions are evaluated and rated by a Review Committee, a committee of experienced professors, teachers and lecturers. They provide feedback, and select a group of approx. 60 students to come present their research at the annual Conference. These excellent students receive a publication in an open access e-journal. In addition to this, they have a chance of winning one of the many SRC Awards!

In the previous years, the UM has had the chance to participate on multiple occasions, and a number of the excellent UM students have also been able to take home one of the SRC awards.
This year, the UM will be represented by 6 students, namely: 

Category Languages, Culture & Law: Nick Doggen

Categorie Economy & Society: Moritz Krusche

Category Medical & Health: Nousjka Vranken

Next to that, the following students will present their research via a poster presentation: Anna Geiger, Claude de Wilde and Ufuk Altunbüken.


We wish all the participants a lot of success!

For more information on the SRC, please check the website here.

If you are interested in reading more about the achievement of UM students at the SRC, feel free to read the interview with Guna Schwanen here.

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