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Wim van Anrooij appointed to member KHMW

The Koninklijke Hollandsche Maatschappij der Wetenschappen invited Wim van Anrooij to join as a member. That does not happen to everyone!

The Koninklijke Hollandsche Maatschappij der Wetenschappen invited Wim van Anrooij to join as a member. That does not happen to everyone!

Wim van Anrooij

The KHMW, the oldest "learned society" in the Netherlands, was founded as "Hollandsche Maatschappij der Wetenschappen"  in 1752, with the aim of "promoting science," in the broadest sense. As the objectives of the KHMW have his close interest, Van Anrooij has accepted and has joined as a member.

 

 

 

 

 

Membership KHMW

Keetje Hodshon (1768-1829)

The Society, which, since 1841, is based in the monumental Hodshon House in Haarlem, has been actively contributing to bridging the gap between science and society for over 250 years. A task that is still relevant today.
Membership requires regular participation in meetings of the Society as well as being on a jury, for example, for the allocation of the annual Keetje Hodshon Prize.

 

 

 

 

Annual lectures

Within the Holland Society, exchange of views and ideas happens through lectures and informal mutual contact. Traditionally, the following lectures are held: the Winter lecture, the Haarlem Lecture in the spring and, in the fall, the lecture during the Young Talent Awards. These readings are generally only available to directors and members of the Society. The transcripts of the Haarlem Lecture and the Winter Lecture are published every year. The meetings on more general subjects such as Art and Science, where partners are also welcome, is a new feature.

LUCAS wishes Wim van Anrooij all the best at KHMW!

More information: http://www.khmw.nl/about

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