Ben jij iemand met creatieve ideeën en kun jij antwoord geven op de volgende vraag: ‘Wat zou jij doen als DNA-onderzoek geen grenzen kent?’.
Kenniscentrum Generade organiseert de prijsvraag Droom Nooit Alleen en is op zoek naar ondernemende studenten die hun ideeën willen delen en uitwerken. Denk hierbij breed! Wij dagen alle studenten in Leiden uit om na te denken over hoe jij DNA-onderzoek kan inzetten om jouw creatieve ideeën waar te maken, ongeacht je opleiding. Wees snel, want je kunt je idee nog tot 9 november insturen.
Wil je meer informatie over DNA of de prijsvraag? Ga dan naar www.generade.nl/droomnooitalleen en stuur jouw idee in! Misschien ben jij wel de gelukkige winnaar van de Generade Business Award en vele andere prijzen!
Groeten namens Generade,
Jessica de Vries
Joris van den Boogaard
Date & Time: Thursday November 5, 2015, 4.00 pm
Location: University Leiden, Lipsiusgebouw, Cleveringaplaats 1, room 011
Human brains closely resemble those of other primates, yet we do many nifty things that they do not. It’s often said that we humans are distinguished by our “humanity”, by our moral sensibilities. But research on moral cognition says that human morality is not the product of a distinctive moral faculty. Instead, moral judgment and behavior depend on the coordinated interaction of multiple neural systems, none of which appears to be specifically dedicated to moral cognition and all (or nearly all?) of which appear to be shared with other animals. What, then, makes us special? I’ll provide a selective overview of research on moral cognition, with an emphasis on the roles played by domain-general cognitive systems. I’ll then discuss some new research investigating what I take to be an essential ingredient—if not the essential ingredient—for uniquely human intelligence: the ability to rapidly and flexibly combine multi-modal concepts to form complex thoughts.
Joshua Greene – Harvard, director of the Moral Cognition Lab and author of the popular science book ‘Moral Tribes: Emotion, Reason, and the Gap Between Us and Them.’ Joshua studies moral judgment and decision-making, combining behavioral experiments and functional neuroimaging (fMRI), but is also interested in many other topics such as cooperation and conflict, religion, and intergroup behavior. Please check out his website for more info: http://www.joshua-greene.net/research/moral-cognition/
Have you already decided which master’s programme you want to do? Visit our Master’s Information Day on 6 November and find out what Leiden University has to offer you. Choose the programmes you want to visit and drop in at the Job Market Café where you can find out more about your prospects on the job market.
More than 70 masters
Have you already decided which master’s programme you want to do? Leiden University offers more than 70 masters in Leiden and The Hague. Come to the Master’s Day on 6 November and discover all the options. Be prepared for the next step after your Bachelor’s.
You will find all the Humanities programmes in the Lipsius and the Arsenal Building, and some other locations nearby. Check out the programme and register via the master’s site.
Visit the Job Market Café: you might win a laptop!
Visit the Job Market Café at the Information Market! You can meet alumni and the career adviser between 14.00 and 16.30 hours (Arsenal Building). Solve the puzzle: find the career opportunities for humanities graduates and you might win a laptop!
Check out Yourprospectsforwork.nl for more information about studying and work.