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The research-teaching nexus in the sciences: Scientific research dispositions and teaching practice
This dissertation describes several studies concerning the research-teaching nexus in the sciences.
Boethius and the Importance of Basic Logic and Mathematics for Philosophy
In this dissertation, Boethius’ mathematics and logic and their roles in philosophy are reassessed, and on the basis of these, the connections between mathematics and logic in Boethius and their applications to theological or philosophical topics are explored.
Do you have a general interest in a particular degree programme, but you do not want to complete the entire programme? Many programmes offer the option of becoming a contract student. That means you would not legally be considered a student, but you would have the right to take examinations.
Research projects for students of the University of Leiden and other Dutch Universities are often available at the MacBio group. The research lines are also described in the Research section. For details of specific projects contact the supervisor (Ubbink, Dame, Boyle).
- SAILS Lunch Time Seminar: Towards a mathematical foundation of machine learning
SAILS Lunch Time Seminar: Towards a mathematical foundation of machine learning
Teaching & Partial BKO certificate
As a PhD candidate you spend most of your time conducting research. Although you will probably also have to do some teaching. This may be in tutorials, practical classes or lectures. Teaching should preferably not be done in your first nor last year. That said, you should take advantage of the opportunity…
Erasmus+ for Teaching Assignments
Activating teaching and learning
We encourage our students to have an active approach to learning, and we offer them more classes within small-scale learning communities in which students participate (inter)actively.
Internationalisation of teaching
Leiden University values internationalisation and has the clear intention to create a truly international student body, to strengthen the international character of the University and to internationalise the learning experience for all students.
Teaching in practice
Teacher motivation and teaching
University-school partnerships are important constellations for teachers’ professional learning. The present study investigates how both teacher characteristics and contextual factors are related to teachers’ motivation to participate in the university-school partnership, and the relationship between…
Record number of students in mathematics this year
The number of mathematics students in higher education is increasing spectacularly. This year, the influx of new students rises to more than 1000 on a national scale. This is a fivefold increase compared to the number of students that registered for an education in Mathematics in 2002.
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Mathematical modeling of cellular stress pathways for mechanistic understanding of chemical-induced liver injury
Cellular stress response pathways are activated upon exposure to chemicals and help organisms deal with various molecular dangers (e.g. oxidative stress). When these pathways become hyper-activated an adverse response takes place and cells die, which may lead to organism-level toxicity such as drug-induced…
Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
Teaching and research
Leiden University and LUMC benefit from unique knowledge gained from research and teaching about healthy lifestyles. We want to bring this knowledge together into one place, and we want to share it even more effectively than we do now.
This page contains all relevant information for lecturers teaching in the Astronomy bachelor's and/or master's curriculum at Leiden University.
Vision on teaching and learning
News, inspiration, background information, tools and more about the Learning@LeidenUniversity vision on teaching and learning.
Student teachers’ commitment to teaching
What are relationships between student teachers’ personal characteristics, learning experiences and perception of external environmental aspects impacting teacher career and their commitment to teaching?
Teaching PhD Position in Quantitative Systems and Reasoning Methods
Science, Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science (LIACS)
Integration of research and teaching
Integration of research and teaching is the core of Leiden University’s teaching in all programmes. The university stimulates students’ research-oriented attitudes.
Teaching in Practice (UTQ module)
Activating teaching methods
Revising your curriculum and writing course guides and block/module guides
Sustainability in teaching
Students are the future. In the long-term, teaching our students about sustainability could potentially have an even greater impact than making the University’s operations more sustainable.
- Teaching History and Civics (MA)
eLaw teaches at Haifa University
In May 2021, Professor Bart Custers, Dr Mark Leiser and Dr Eduard Fosch Villaronga (all affiliated to eLaw, the Center for Law and Digital Technologies of Leiden University) will teach a course on Law and Technology at Haifa University, Israel.
Indefinite integration through recognition based heuristic search
Towards a framework that integrates content-based and process-based accounts of mathematical thinking
Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
Mathematics as weapon against desertification
PhD student Robbin Bastiaansen applies mathematics to get insight in practical problems. By comparing mathematical models with developments in existing ecosystems, he hopes to demystify the process of desertification. His research has been published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
Applications for research and teaching
On this page you will find a list of all research and teaching applications that are available for use outside the University network. The list will be updated regularly.
Stadium wave in the nerves: a new mathematical model
Electrical signals travel like a wave through our neural pathways. The mathematical models for these movements could not yet properly describe all the biological properties of the nerves. PhD student Willem Schouten-Straatman changed this by improving the existing models. ‘I hope that one day we will…
- Language Teaching in Secondary Education (MA)
The role of research in university teaching: a comparison of Chinese and Dutch teachers
This dissertation reports on the beliefs and perceptions of Chinese and Dutch university teachers regarding the role of research in university teaching and how these beliefs and perceptions can be explained by their cultural, institutional and individual background characteristics