Do you want to mean something to the world and speak to reallife assignments in an international setting? Then come on 01-10-2018 at 13.30 pm to the lecture of Maarten Tallat, Project Manager at the CEW and discover the internship opportunities of the CEW!
On average we use approximately 120 litres of drinking water per person per day in the Netherlands. From brewing to toilet by pulling and from doing turning to watering plants. Our water footprint, or all the water we need for the production of our food and other products, is of course even higher. To make all that water clean and suitable for all different purposes, more and more water technologists are needed worldwide. On the Water Campus (inter) national scientists, startups and students are dealing with world water problems every day. Water Campus-partner Wetsus conducts fundamental research, the water Alliance brings companies into contact with each other and the CEW carries out applied research in the field of water technology, together with companies and students of A.O. Environmental science and chemical technology.
At the CEW are continuously varying projects, but one thing they have in common: they are real and come directly from practice. In one project you help glass gardeners to remove plant protection products from residual water, in the other you test the purifying power of a moerasdak or research the savings that can be realised with a rainwater capture .
Do you find this interesting? Make sure you're there!
Not members: 2 euro
Local: Keep an eye on the Facebook event!
The first S.V. Hallieu & S.V. Medusa Feast of the school year is back at your doorstep! The party will take place in our favourite place: Bar Sybs! 19 September, at 21.00 You are already welcome. You can put it on Facebook here, and see who has a sense of it:)
This first party has the theme….
So men, draw your most beautiful dress and ladies, let a beautiful beard grow!
On Tuesday 12 June we will all be watching the documentary Global waste: The Scandal of Food waste. We will do this during dinner time, because we will be ordering pizza from Domino's. Consider before you come any pizza you want, then we can order for the film and then we will eat on time. The pizza costs are for your own account and if you are not a member, the movie evening will cost €1,-extra.
In this documentary we see in various countries how food wastage occurs in various countries as a problem, together with possible solutions.
Besides your food, you are not allowed to waste your time, so come and have a nice dinner with our pizza and finally get two SLB hours!
Would you like to have an afternoon watching the Wetsus? Then this excursion of study Association Lucentis What's for you! As a Hallieu member you are also invited.
On this excursion to the other side of the car park, presentations on topics such as blue energy, protein from water and applied water physics are given by the PhD students of Wetsus. At the end of these presentations there will also be a tour in the lab of Wetsus given.
After it was moved last time, we found a date on which it is now fixed: May 23 from 13.00 to about 16.00. Make sure you enter as soon as possible via email@example.com (mention your name here and that you are a member of Hallieu), as there are only a few places available.
Because the first and sophomore environmental science students have stagedaten tomorrow until 16.30, we have moved the lecture to 16.45. Then we can all attend the lecture immediately after the Stagedaten. We hope to see you for 16.45 tomorrow, because he starts punctually on time!
Don't forget to sign up on http://hallieu.nl/aanmelden-noord-nederland/!
The programme team better wetter invites you to attend the Symposium ' Better Wetter ' on Thursday 29 March 2018 from 09:30h to 17:00h at the Hogeschool van Hall Larenstein in Leeuwarden.
To make the soil and water management in northeast Fryslân more sustainable, several regional organisations work together in the Better wetter programme. In the past two years Van Hall Larenstein has been investigating more sustainable forms of (agricultural) water management in the Peat Meadow area of Northeast Fryslân. The background, challenges and research results form the common thread within the symposium, for which a number of interesting speakers come to Leeuwarden. In addition, together with you and the speakers we look forward to the future of Better wetter. It promises to be an interesting and interactive day.
Participation is free. Please sign up at: Www.hvhl.nl/better.
Do you know any more people who would like to be present? Sharing is much appreciated, hopefully see you on March 29th in Leeuwarden!