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=== ISO AV ===
Last Friday Groep-één was present at the third annual Interstedelijk Studenten Overleg - ISO General Members Meeting. We received updates on the politics of Higher Education, information on student-privacy and digitization of education.

Furthermore, Erik van Heijst will, together with the ISO, speak with the Minister, Ingrid van Engelshoven, about English as primary language at on Universities.
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===BREAKFAST AT THE EXECUTIVE BOARD===
Our yearly event, the ontbEIt, at which students get the opportunity to talk with the Executive Board about certain topics and see what’s going on in their minds. 30 students participated in the event and since time was short we are considering to let this event take place twice a year in order to keep the connection between the Executive Board and the students alive.
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=== MINISTER AT TU/E===
Ingrid van Engelshoven the Minister of Education, Culture and Sciences , was at the TU/e last night for an informal meet and greet with our students and staff.

Most questions from the audience resolved around the usual topics: the dire financial situation of the technical universities, English as a language of instruction and the facilitation of entrepreneurial students. Her answers did not include any guarantees, but did adequately reflect the problems which is promising for the future.

Groep-één will continue to keep track of her activities and use it to benefit our students, staff and community.
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===EXAM WEEKS===

Since the start of the academic year, 20+ meetings, 200+ e- mails and a discussion with the chairman of the association of universities (VSNU) have already been taken care of. Now, even in the exam weeks, our work continues in order to represent you.

Good luck with your exams!
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===MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR===

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. All of us at Groep-één will take a well-deserved break from their work to enjoy the holidays, and we encourage everyone to do the same. After we’ve recharged our batteries, we will be ready to continue representing you in 2018!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
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===PROPOSED SCHEDULE CHANGES===

Tomorrow the open discussion event regarding the proposed schedule changes to solve lecture hall shortages will take place in Auditorium 7 during the lunch break. Also, the survey will be open until 23:59 tonight so please fill out the survey, if you haven’t done so already, via research.groep-een.com.
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Open discussion lecture hall shortage on the TU/e

December 12, 2017, 12:30pm - December 12, 2017, 1:30pm

The huge rise in student numbers has led to a presumed shortage of space in various lecture rooms all across the campus. In order to solve this problem, so the quality of our education is retained, many options are currently being considered. A few examples are constructing or renting buildings, live streaming of lectures, better prospects of the turnout at lectures, dynamical scheduling and lastly a 12-hour schedule. In order to make sure students can express their opinion about these various options, on December 12th, an open discussion event will be organized in Auditorium 7 to which you are all invited. In the days leading up to this event a survey can be filled out by students, which can be found here: research.groep-een.com.

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The huge rise in student numbers has led to a presumed shortage of space in various lecture rooms all across the campus. In order to solve this problem, so the quality of our education is retained, many options are currently being considered. A few examples are constructing or renting buildings, live streaming of lectures, better prospects of the turnout at lectures, dynamical scheduling and lastly a 12-hour schedule.

In order to make sure students can express their opinion about these various options, on December 12th, an open discussion event will be organized in Auditorium 7 to which you are all invited. In the days leading up to this event a survey can be filled out by students, which can be found here: research.groep-een.com.
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Open discussion lecture hall shortage on the TU/e

December 12, 2017, 12:30pm - December 12, 2017, 1:30pm

The huge rise in student numbers has led to a presumed shortage of space in various lecture rooms all across the campus. In order to solve this problem, so the quality of our education is retained, many options are currently being considered. A few examples are constructing or renting buildings, live streaming of lectures, better prospects of the turnout at lectures, dynamical scheduling and lastly a 12-hour schedule. In order to make sure students can express their opinion about these various options, on December 12th, an open discussion event will be organized in Auditorium 7 to which you are all invited. In the days leading up to this event a survey can be filled out by students, which can be found here: research.groep-een.com.

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