This year marks the 75th anniversary of Nyenrode Business Universiteit. It was a men’s stronghold for the first 25 years, but from 1972 women were also welcome to pursue their education. Ans Carels (67) and Renée Smulders (22) have the floor.
This year marks the 75th anniversary of Nyenrode Business Universiteit. For the first 25 years, it was a men's stronghold; however, since 1972, women were also welcome to pursue their education. Margaret Wijnands (68) and Charlotte van Rijt (20) have the floor.
On April 20th, Nyenrode welcomed speaker Marieke Vrins as part of the Nyenrode Online Breakfast Sessions. She introduced the participants to the challenges related to her work for several NGO’s on the Greek Island Lesvos.
“What I value most in the relationship with my father is that we totally trust each other. He always supports me. The most important lesson I learned from him was to let nothing stop me. He always insists on just getting things done.”
Tiny housing and bio-based construction; seemingly the logic answer to the question how to protect our climate and simultaneously achieve the current construction goals. Four progressive students of BSc in Business Administration, Hanna Cohen Jehoram, Dylan Quatfass, Annique Pallesen Ultee and Ole Nijst deliver a workable solution in a time when many people have a hard time finding a home due to the housing shortage.
2021 is the year of the 75-year Anniversary of Nyenrode Business University. But that will not be the only anniversary we celebrate this year: this was also the month, ten years ago, that Nyenrode started its Amsterdam adventure with the purchase of the New Business School. And in recent years, the Amsterdam site has grown into a fully-fledged second university campus, equal to the one in Breukelen.
On November 3rd, 2020, Nyenrode welcomed Loek van den Boog, Founder and Chairman of Net4kids, a matchmaker between business and local child aid projects in Asia and Africa as part of the Nyenrode Online Breakfast Sessions.