Events

Open Science Symposium – Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

Date and Time
Date(s) - 25/03/2021
13:00 - 16:00


This year, OSCU organizes Open Science Symposia for all UU faculties. Each half day symposium starts off with a keynote lecture. Then we aim for an informal and interactive afternoon in which several colleagues share their experience in particular aspects of Open Science with their peers. If you would like to contribute by sharing your experience with your peers, please email us!

When: March 25th, 2021 (13:00 – 16:00)
Where: Online via Zoom (instructions will follow)
What: See Program below
How: The symposium is free, registration is now open! You can register at the bottom of this page.

 

Host: Karin Sanders (OSCU Ambassador for the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine)

Program

13.00 – 13:05   Welcome

13.05 – 13.15   Opening by Dick Heederik (acting Dean of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine)

13.15 – 13.40   Keynote by Frank Miedema (Chair of the UU Open Science Programme) – “Transition to Open Science”

13.40 – 13.55   Karin Sanders (OSCU Ambassador for the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine) – “Where to start? My first steps towards Open Science” 

13.55 – 14.05   Break

14.05 – 14.20   Felix Weijdema (Subject Librarian Veterinary Medicine UU) – T.B.A. 

14.20 – 14.35   Jacques Flores (Research Data Management Consultant UU) – “How to share personal data”

14.35 – 14.50   Maria Cruz (Policy Advisor Open Science at NWO) – “Open Science in Grant Proposals” 

14.50 – 14.55   Short break

14.55 – 15.10   Hélène Verheije (Rewards and Recognition working group UU Open Science Programme) – “The future of Rewarding and Recognizing in academia: what is going in within the UU?”

15.10 – 15.25   Carien Duisterwinkel (Public Engagement working group UU Open Science Programme) & Rosan Reusken (Communications Officer) – “Boosting your research impact: why involving citizens and stakeholders makes sense”

15.25   Closure, followed by optional online hang-out

 

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