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GA time!

Hi all! During the brainstorm last Tuesday lots of you showed up, and we discussed some pretty important topics. Together we discussed possible situations for next academic year. During the General Assembly upcoming Wednesday we will evaluate all scenarios and decide upon Cover's future! As this is a very important meeting, make sure that you voice your opinion by attending or authorizing someone to vote for you. The GA will be held via Blackboard Collaborate, as we are sure all of you are familiar with that after all those online classes. Hope to see you there!



Nice to know

Space Business Innovation Centre:

Wanted: problem solvers using space technology

Do you want to work on impactful cases with technology from space? Or do you want to take one small step towards the combination of science and entrepreneurship? We might have something inspiring for you.

Now you can submit your ideas for the international competitions Copernicus Masters (work with earth observation data and images) and Galileo Masters (work with satellite navigation).

You can apply until June 30

Student support for mental wellbeing & help with studying

In Nestor, you can find the tap Study Info, which is where you can find the following initiatives of the Student Service Centre (SSC):

  • a free study group, in which you get connected with a couple of students and a trainer to motivate each other and make a planning for the week.

  • a free thesis group, which is the same idea, but focused on writing a thesis.

  • a free course that teaches you how to deal with postponing stuff and a lack of motivation during the corona crisis.

  • a free one-on-one conversation with a trainer from the Student Service Center that will give you personal advice on how to effectively study during the corona crisis.

In the tap Study Info, you can also find the student psychologists and the initiative All Ears if students need someone to talk to. Study Advisors are also always available for a short chat or study related advice.

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