In series of three to six lectures topics will be addressed that contribute to the academic education of students. Its goal is to give students the opportunity to look
over the borders of their study and discover other aspects of knowledge. You have to register for there series. Look for regulations and registration on:
Start: Tuesday 13 January, 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm • Karl Dittrichzaal, Student Services Centre • René Gabriëls, PhD, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, UM
Philosophy is often called the mother of all sciences. Disciplines like physics and psychology originated from phil...
Start: Thursday 05 February, 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm • Karl Dittrichzaal, Student Services Centre • Henry Otgaar, PhD | Ewout Meijer, PhD | Linsey Raymaekers, MSc | Isabella Niesten, MSc | Prof. David Bernstein : All Forensic Psychology, UM
Myths can have a pervasive influence on our behaviour. Take, for instance, the myth that we only use 10% of our bra...
Start: Wednesday 25 February, 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm • Karl Dittrichzaal, Student Services Centre • Roy Erkens, PhD, Lecturer Biology, Humanities and Sciences, UM
Humans are products of evolution, as all life is. However, not many of us are aware that this evolutionary history ...