Students examine in detail protocols for child abuse

Students on the Youth Services minor commissioned by Haaglanden Municipal Health Service to research whether voluntary organisations are aware of child abuse. Do they recognise child abuse and do they know what they should do? Sherelyn Suares and Romy van Buuren talked about their research at Don Bosco summer camps.

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World Class students meet King Abdullah

How often would you get the chance to meet King Abdullah of Jordan and King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima in a single setting? King Abdullah was in the Netherlands on 20 March for a state visit. Students of the World Class The Hague had been invited to attend a lecture given by King Abdullah and then ask him questions afterward.

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Urbi et provincia

King’s Commissioner of South Holland Jaap Smit gave a guest lecture on 5 April. Relaxed, but no less convincing because of this, the former pastor discussed his work and the role of the province.

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Prize for Mobility Resource Centre

On 19 March, professor Arend de Kloet of the rehabilitation research group was awarded the Onbeperkt070 (The Hague without limits) prize by the Hague alderman Karsten Klein. De Kloet is the driving force behind the idea to open a Mobility Resource Centre (Mobilitheek), where people with a disability can borrow mobility equipment. The initiative received €7,500 in cash for its implementation.

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Connected 2018 – the aftermovie

On Friday 23 February the third edition of Connected festival took place. A party for students and employees of The Hague University of Applied Sciences. With 2,500 visitors a lively atmosphere.

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Blockchain and bitcoin: beyond the hype

Bitcoins and blockchain are the magic words these days. But what are they exactly? And will they really change the world? Students Hans Xiang and Martin Wubben, together with lecturer Jordi Jansen, revealed what lies behind these magic words during a seminar.

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Pop-up store with beer grain bread wins first prize

Will visitors to the MegaStores shopping centre soon be ordering bread made from grains remaining after beer brewing? A jury with representatives of MegaStores was quite impressed by this green shop concept, the brainchild of students in the Consultancy & Change minor programme.

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Students interview Mayor Krikke

Mayor Pauline Krikke will be visiting various educational institutions during the period ahead in order to get a better picture of The Hague’s future population. And she paid the first of these visits to The Hague University of Applied Sciences. In an interview that gave students a chance to ask her anything, she made it plain that she ‘very much disagreed’ another party member, Mark Rutte.

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Apply before 1 May 2018!

Please note that the application deadline for all students applying for an English language bachelor programme at THUAS is 1 May 2018!

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Hans Camps joins the Executive Board of THUAS on 1 Decem...

Hans Camps, currently a member of the Executive Board at the Mondriaan regional training centre, will be joining the Executive Board at The Hague University of Applied Sciences on 1 December. He is succeeding Jan Lintsen, who was appointed member of the board at the University of Amsterdam on 1 September. With the addition of Hans to the Executive Board, THUAS once again has a fully staffed board.

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Profile for Executive Board member reappointment

The new Improved Governance (Higher Education) Act that took effect on 1 January 2017 affects the appointment and reappointment procedure for members of the Executive Board. The focal areas of this new law are quality, transparency and support on the part of the organisation.

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King Willem-Alexander visits The Hague Security Delta

Educating new talent in the field of cybersecurity, a security robot that can conduct surveillance without human intervention, and the findings of research about how society can be made less vulnerable to cyber-attacks: a work visit that King Willem-Alexander made to The Hague Security Delta (HSD) on 23 March addressed the latest innovations in the field of security. HSD is a network of companies, government agencies and knowledge institutions (including The Hague University of Applied Sciences) that focuses on the development of knowledge in the field of security.

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Students’ Choice for Movies that Matter: ‘Film is a powe...

Filmhuis Den Haag and Theater aan het Spui are once again launching the Movies that Matter Festival. At this film festival, directors from all over the world present more than 70 feature films and documentaries about human rights. Fifteen enthusiastic students served as members of the student jury for the film festival and nominated three films for the ‘Students’ Choice Award’. Two of them, Lysaifeni Wout and João Pires from The Hague University of Applied Sciences, looked back on this special time.

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Zuiderpark Sports Campus nearing completion

What began more than 10 years ago as an ambition statement under the inspiring guidance of former Academy Director for Sports Studies John van den Berg is soon to become a reality 11 years later with the completion of the Zuiderpark Sports Campus at the end of February. The Teacher Education in Physical Education (HALO) and Sports Studies (formerly Sports Management) degree programmes will be relocating to Zuiderpark this summer.

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Brazilians and THUAS students put bakery products on the...

Fifteen Brazilian and fifteen THUAS students spent Monday afternoon working on the Challenge of Ideas. They have five days to develop a plan to increase familiarity with the Dutch company Zeelandia – a specialist in bakery ingredients – among 63,000 Brazilian bakeries.

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