(E)valuing Erasmian Values

Date
Wednesday 12 May 2021, 17:00 - 18:45
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When the new strategy 2020-2024 was launched, a statement was put on the bridge between the A and H building: ‘Creating Positive Societal Impact The Erasmian Way’. But what exactly is the Erasmian way? Recently, former member of parliament Ronald van Raak was appointed at our university with the task to define the Erasmian Values.

Ronald van Raak, Inge Hutter (dean of ISS) and Han van Ruler (vice-dean ESPhil) will discuss these values. What do they mean? What are their historical roots and how do they represent the current EUR community? More importantly what do you think of these values? 

These questions, among others are to be discussed during (E)valuing Erasmian Values, on the 12th of May between 17:00 and 18:45. First, Professor Han van Ruler will give us a short introductory lecture on Erasmus. Subsequently Ronald van Raak and Inge Hutter will be interviewed on their Erasmian role within the university. There will be plenty of opportunity for interaction and your opinions will be valued – the input will be considered in the implementation of the values across the university.

This event is organized by the faculty association ERA and co-hosted by Erasmus School of Philosophy.