Tag Archives: Teaching

Goodbye!

Two big achievements yesterday: two of our master students defended their thesis, and will thus be able to put an endmark behind their education! A big congratulation to both Ilias Janssens and Bram Vanheule for all they achieved. Ilias studied … Continue reading

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TADA

Last weekend, I did something a bit different from my usual science-ing: I got invited to give a workshop at ‘TADA‘, an organisation that gives ‘workshops for the future’, a Saturday school for economically disadvantaged children in the city of … Continue reading

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Smart bud(die)s

Smart bud(die)s, or Knappe k(n)oppen in Dutch, is a citizen science project initiated by our research group at the University of Antwerp (together with ReaGent). It is tailored towards high schools, and aims to provide them with a fun and … Continue reading

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Stress

It is that time of year again: the course on plant stress for our master students at the University of Antwerp (as I also wrote about previous years). This year, the practical part got a long-anticipated upgrade. It is now … Continue reading

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An important tool in the toolbox

Last week, I had the opportunity to teach the students of our third Bachelor in Biology a little lesson about vegetation surveys. It was a half a day course in the framework of their course on Good Field Practices, in … Continue reading

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Spring rehearsal

  This weekend brought me the first real rehearsal for the course I will assist in at the end of this month. As we did last year, we will take the students of biology of our university to the beautiful Hallerbos, … Continue reading

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