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The unfortunate news has reached us, that Eelco van Asperen (48), assistant professor at the ESE and program director of MEL, has passed away on Friday, May 31, 2013. Eelco has had a major role in (setting up) the study program Informatics & Economics and has proven to be a very competent, flexible and creative individual who will be missed and remembered by many.

The unfortunate news has reached us, that Eelco van Asperen (48), assistant professor at the ESE and program director of MEL, has passed away on Friday, May 31, 2013. Eelco has had a major role in (setting up) the study program Informatics & Economics and has proven to be a very competent, flexible and creative individual who will be missed and remembered by many.

Manuel Kneepkens, Former professor of Criminal Law & Criminology of the Erasmus University Rotterdam, said the institution is becoming ‘narrow-minded’. His statement came after commotion arose over seven paintings of his that were considered to be ‘racy’. In an official statement, the Erasmus University says it will deliberate again with all the parties involved.

The unfortunate news has reached us, that Eelco van Asperen (48), assistant professor at the ESE and program director of MEL, has passed away on Friday, May 31, 2013. Eelco has had a major role in (setting up) the study program Informatics & Economics and has proven to be a very competent, flexible and creative individual who will be missed and remembered by many.

High-ranked banking officials claim The Netherlands are bankrupt, while politicians are either misleading the public or honestly have no clue. Europe is also as good as bankrupt. The few that know about this are either involved in the cover-up, or are afraid to speak up. This article exposes the truth, without exposing the sources.

Student News
Eelco van Asperen passed away unexpectedly.
The unfortunate news has reached us, that Eelco van Asperen (48), assistant professor at the ESE and program director of MEL, has passed away on Friday, May 31, 2013. Eelco has had a major role in (setting up) the study program Informatics & Economics and has proven to be a very competent, flexible and creative individual who will be missed and remembered by many.

The Synergy between Facebook and Maple T.A.
Maple T.A. is a Testing & Assessment application that students can access directly from Blackboard software. Its purpose is to test students' knowledge and grade them. Now the new generation of students is using Facebook groups in order to help each other with these tests. Some may see this as cheating, but is it really?

The future of The ANDY Standard.
With a new year just hours away, it is nice to plan ahead. So did The ANDY Standard. That's why we can now officially announce the future of this website. It may come as a surprise to some, as a shock to others.

Policy
Former Prof. criminal law calls Erasmus University a ‘Narrow-minded institution’.
Manuel Kneepkens, Former professor of Criminal Law & Criminology of the Erasmus University Rotterdam, said the institution is becoming 'narrow-minded'. His statement came after commotion arose over seven paintings of his that were considered to be 'racy'. In an official statement, the Erasmus University says it will deliberate again with all the parties involved.

ESE guilty of 1st degree hypocrisy.
It's no secret the ESE has made some obscure decisions in the past, and now yet another new story has surfaced which involves the way School officials treat university rankings. Long story short, in the past they used to look at Keuzegids rankings, then they stopped doing that, and now they brought it back again. Want to know why there's also a load of hypocrisy and lies involved?

Erasmus University still accumulating dust.
Unlike other organizations, the EUR is still not taking any sides in the battle between the cleaning companies and the unions. The unions are disappointed as the EUR is a big player and can put extra pressure, but instead is not showing it wants a real solution.

Education
Eelco van Asperen passed away unexpectedly.
The unfortunate news has reached us, that Eelco van Asperen (48), assistant professor at the ESE and program director of MEL, has passed away on Friday, May 31, 2013. Eelco has had a major role in (setting up) the study program Informatics & Economics and has proven to be a very competent, flexible and creative individual who will be missed and remembered by many.

The Synergy between Facebook and Maple T.A.
Maple T.A. is a Testing & Assessment application that students can access directly from Blackboard software. Its purpose is to test students' knowledge and grade them. Now the new generation of students is using Facebook groups in order to help each other with these tests. Some may see this as cheating, but is it really?

“The air conditioning in the H-building sucks.” Or does it?
Students are complaining about the air quality on the third floor of the H-building of the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Even with half-empty computer rooms, the temperature and humidity tend to rise well above a comfortable level. The shocking thing is that a couple of years ago the air conditioning in the H-building was renovated, and it appears to function just as bad as before. Don't count on a short term solution.

External
‘The Dutch are bankrupt; and so is Europe.’
High-ranked banking officials claim The Netherlands are bankrupt, while politicians are either misleading the public or honestly have no clue. Europe is also as good as bankrupt. The few that know about this are either involved in the cover-up, or are afraid to speak up. This article exposes the truth, without exposing the sources.

Judge embarrasses Exam Board The Hague in alleged fraud case.
A student at the Hogeschool in The Hague has embarrassed its exam board by going to court. In what the board called 'fraud' a judge refused to agree Wednesday, because the board did not provide enough evidence and should have consulted a professional. The judge overturned the board's decision and fined it.

M.Sc. in ICT in Business, in Leiden.
Leiden University once again is promoting its innovative and entrepreneurial M.Sc. program in ICT in Business that is joined by students from all over the world. The program teaches students ICT, but also trains them to make a valuable translation to add value for organizations and customers. The next information session is Thursday, November 10.


  
  
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