DescriptionThe event will start at 3 with a plenary introduction by Wim Haan and professor Bob Bringle.
Panel pitches: After the introduction we invite the panel members to each present a brief pitch about the CSL projects you are involved in. This pitch can be a maximum of 2 minutes.
Group discussion: Following the pitches, we will divide everyone that is at the event into subgroups and have group discussions. The panel will take a seat in the various groups and join in on the discussion. The discussion will be around 4 questions: what are benefits of CSL, and what are barriers? What strategies can be used to overcome these barriers? And what is needed to upscale CSL? The group discussions will be led by one of the CSL team members. Of course we can relate to the pitches during this discussion as various examples of CSL at VU.
Panel discussion: At the end of the groups discussions, each discussion group will plenary report back on the most interesting discussion points. The panel is invited to respond to this and continue the discussion. Later, the audience is also invited to ask further questions to the panel about their experiences and ideas surrounding CSL.
To close the event, some latest developments surrounding CSL at VU will briefly be shared.
- Joram Pach, Faculty of Social Sciences
- Jamie Fehribach, Faculty of Behavioural and Movement Sciences
- Jelle Tichelaar, Faculty of Medicine
- Johan Lievens, Faculty of Law
- Esther Molenaar, Faculty of Sciences
- Monique van Veen, Faculty of Dentistry/ACTA
- Sander de Leeuw, School of Business and Economics
- Galoeh Adrian Noviar, student-assistant CSL
|Period||14 Nov 2019|
|Location||Amsterdam, NetherlandsShow on map|