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Men earn more money at Radboud campus

Female professors and associate professors in Nijmegen earn less money, on average, than their male colleagues. Women who are university lecturers however, earn a little more. The results from the university’s study into the pay gap show this.

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Economists often copy themselves

Scientists commit self-plagiarism on a large scale. Science sociologist Willem Halffman concludes this in a publication that was published yesterday. Especially economists are good at it: one in seven publications contains a problematic amount of recycled text.

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Student out to conquer Nijmegen with app

Following his success in Istanbul, Ahmet Kökçam recently launched an app for Nijmegen. The Turkish Master’s student aims high with his networking platform. Within three weeks Uniyard attracted five hundred users. Not enough, in his opinion: ‘We have to grow faster.’

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International student association in the making

If everything goes well, Nijmegen will soon have its own international student association. Two students are working on a Nijmegen section of the global association ESN. ‘Activities for internationals are still very scattered.’

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Nine months amongst wolves

Michelle Lampe has had a fascination for wolves her whole life. Because of that, she was very happy that she could do a biology internship at the Wolf Science Center in Austria. On top of that, she published a research article about this last Friday. This is special, because she is first author, even though she only graduated from university a few weeks ago.

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