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  • 22 Feb 2018News

    In Memoriam: Prof. dr. I.Th.M. Snellen
    On Saturday 17 February, Prof. dr. I.Th.M. Snellen died, the 'founding father' of the Tilburg public governance. We are grateful for his inspiration and passion and proudly continue the tradition. Read more

  • 20 Feb 2018News

    Tilburg University is host of the 2018 EURA conference
    European Urban Research Association (EURA) organizes a yearly conference. Tilburg University is the host of the 2018 Eura conference June 21-23. Call for proposals is now open until February 23. Read more

  • 19 Feb 2018Press release

    Whistleblowers often suffer from severe psychological problems
    PRESS RELEASE 19 February 2018 - Whistleblowers play a very important and indispensable role in society. However the effects of blowing the whistle on whistleblowers are dramatic, according to a new empirical study of Tilburg University. About 80% report very negative effects on work and wages, and almost 50% very negative effects on family life. About 45% suffer from clinical levels of mental health problems such as anxiety and/or depressive symptoms. Read more

  • 06 Feb 2018News

    Ivona Skultetyova speaks at Conference on Business Resilience in Leiden

  • 05 Feb 2018News

    Professor Eleni Kosta new ambassador of the Philip Eijlander Diversity Program
    “It would be great if children learned to see the risks of data at a very early age, making it just as normal as learning to look left and right before crossing the road,” says Eleni Kosta, Professor of Technology Law and Human Rights. She is the new ambassador of the Philip Eijlander Diversity Program (PEDP), joining Professor Margriet Sitskoorn and Professor Odile Heynders, both of whom were ambassadors also in the first round of PEDP. But first and foremost Kosta is a passionate scholar. Read more

  • 01 Feb 2018News

    Witteveen Memorial Fellowship 2018 awarded to Kelly and Vicky Breemen
    The fourth Witteveen Memorial Fellowship has been awarded to Kelly and Vicky Breemen. Kelly Breemen is currently finalizing her PhD thesis on the protection of indigenous peoples' traditional cultural expressions at the University of Amsterdam. Vicky Breemen is in the last stages of writing her dissertation on the relationship between libraries and copyright at the same university. Read more