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Block 4

In the overview below you can find the LUC Newsletters that were send out during block 4 in semester 2 of academic year 2019 - 2020.

Summary

An introduction to the Fortuna Well-Being week is given before highlighting an honorable mention given to student Esther Jatomitski. It proceeds to cover Dr. Joris Larik’s working paper on the EU, and a call issued for Corona helpers. Following this it includes accessible recipes and Newsletter Top Picks: Spotify.

Staff Features

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Students, IJ, Well-Being, Fortuna

Summary

Important announcements are made concerning graduation for the class of 2020, a capstone information session and the opportunity for LUC students to become representatives on the FGGA Faculty Council. Following this a support group to encourage connection during COVID-19, the return of the LUC Film Series and new GPH student podcasts are featured before concluding with newsletter Top Picks: Online Workouts.

Staff Features

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Well-Being, Podcasts, Film-Series, Support, Capstone, Graduation, Class of 2020

Summary

Decision making on Corona related policies is the first announcement, followed by an article detailing a panel discussion on racism related to the corona pandemic. Alumni and staff collaboration is then highlighted followed by an update on the graduation of the class of 2020. The position of faculty member to the LUS is advertised and a new release of the GPH podcast is joined by a student founded podcast featuring an interview with David Zetland. AvB centered announcements follow that  inform students on moving out procedures and the smoking ban. The newsletter concludes with Top Picks: Netflix Series.

Staff Features

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Podcast, Smoking, Racism, AvB, LUS, Class of 2020, Alumni, Corona

Summary

The newsletter opens with a clinical perspective on Covid-19, followed by staff features on both Brandon Zicha, and Joris Larik. An announcement is given on upcoming changes to Umail and the cancellation of the Dies Fatalis. Proceeding this is an announcement on Alumni success at Cambridge, a call for academic papers, and an invitation to a fireside chat on imagining the post-covid future. It concludes with a feature from the GPH podcast series and newsletter Staff Top Picks: Spotify Playlists by Kai Hebel.

Staff Features

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Podcast, covid-19, alumni, Dies Fatalis, Umail, Digital Event, SLC, Well-Being

Summary

The newsletter opens with the announcement of a Major Information sessions and a publication by Dr. Kristin Makszin and the awarding of the Comenius teaching grant to Dr. David Ehrhardt. Following this a new SDG photo project is announced, followed by several virtual events including Careers in World Politics, and a short film festival. The newsletter announces office hours where students may contact the College Board and a Q&A session on the next academic semester. 

Staff Features

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Podcast, covid-19, College Board, World Politics, SDG’s, Digital Event

Summary

The newsletter opens with the announcement that the upcoming semester will take place largely online. Following this it features the announcement of the upcoming university election and two LUC candidates. It advertises the Erasmus center of sustainability, the cyber security & governance minor and an internship opportunity at the Clingendael institute. To conclude it features the GPH podcast series and the upcoming office hours of the College Board. 

Staff Features

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Podcast, covid-19, College Board, Elections, Clingendael, Semester 1 2021 

Summary

Anar Ahmadov is awarded the NIAS fellowship while Adam Buben shares his Spotify favorites. A call for submissions of creative works is put out followed by a call for nominations for the Aernout van Lynden Global Citizenship award. Students are invited to participate in a co facilitated study and a call for the next LUC student assistant is issued. Students are reminded to fill out course evaluations.  

Staff Features

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Student Assistant, Course Evaluations, Submissions, Fellowship, Global Citizenship Award

Summary

LUC wishes all of its students good luck throughout the upcoming week. Following this, words from the dean on the BLM movement are shared. The announcement of both a Town Hall and a Q&A with the Dean are made before two student job opportunities are shared. The FGGA online career week is shared, followed by the appointment of a diversity officer at Leiden University and David Zetlands podcast that covers Online teaching.  

Staff Features

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Podcast, covid-19, Town Hall, Q&A, BLM, Internship, Reading Week  

Summary

An announcement is made featuring the new platform for the Town Hall 

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Town Hall 

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