Another month, another factsheet! This month, we have an update from each part of our vision: Sustainable, Accommodating, and Future-Proof.
Happy new year from Lijst Bèta! This edition of our factsheet looks back at some of the work we did in December, and ahead into our goals for the new year!
In this edition of our factsheet, read about our day in Pulse, the proposed tuition fee increase for non-EER students, and more!
Each month, Lijst Bèta creates a “factsheet” with short updates about what the faction has been working on, as well as our upcoming events. Keep checking back to find out how we’ve been working to improve your education!
Back in February, Lijst Bèta went to California to do research on diversity and inclusion at four universities. That resulted in an extensive report consisting of numerous recommendations TU Delft can implement to strengthen its recent efforts to diversity and inclusion. This report was officially handed over to the Executive …
On the 23rd and 24th of May, you can vote in the Student Council Elections. Click here to learn more!
Thanks to Lijst Bèta, four Education Fellows have been chosen this week. They are awarded 50,000 euro’s to further develop their innovative projects. Anton Akhmerov is amongst the winners, with his “Zesje”, that allows teachers to scan written exams. Another fellow, Pieter Bots, won with his “modelling estafette”, in which …
Tomorrow we move our workplace to the faculty of Industrial Design Engineering! You can sit with us, give us input and ask questions about the Central Student Council. From 8:30 till 13:00 you can find us in the main hall!
A Mobile Workplace, the first conciliation meeting with the Executive Board and a MOOC in preparation for the labour market. Check out the factsheet to find out what we are working on!
To get to know the students behind Lijst Bèta, we introduce Tim Wubbe today! Everyone knows a teacher who seems unmotivated to teach, speaks English poorly and does not know how to inspire students. At such a wonderful high-quality educational institution as the TU Delft this should not be acceptable. …