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Third prize for Tilburg University students in Milgard School of Business Case Competition09th March 2020
Four TiSEM students won the third prize in the 9th Milgard School of Business Case Competition on Leadership & Social Responsibility in Tacoma (Seattle, USA) on Friday, February 28. In this business case competition, teams from various universities joined battle on a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) case. In total, 19 teams participate, from universities world-wide. Tilburg University was the only European participant.
Marie Curie Individual Fellowship awarded to Anna Berti Suman to conduct research into citizen sensing for environmental justice09th March 2020
PhD candidate Anna Berti Suman of Tilburg Law School has been awarded a Marie Curie Individual Fellowship. Her research proposal, which got the highest evaluation possible, is entitled ‘SENSJUS- Citizen Sensing as a source of evidence in environmental justice litigation and as a tool for environmental mediation’.
Join the National Meatless Week09th March 2020
March 9-15th is the National Meatless Week. Consuming less meat has a very positive impact on humans, animals and the environment alike.
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