Recently graduated Kim Ellen Ludwig had her thesis cited as a possible explanation for the disappearance of 'Fungie', a bottlenose dolphin that has lived for decades near the Dingle Peninsula in the far southwest of Ireland. Fungie's notoriety comes from being the world’s longest-living ‘friendly’ resident dolphin. It's been more than 2 weeks that he is missing from his area. The news and the search for the dolphin have gripped the country in the past days.
We scheduled a series of meetings between students and the Coordinators from each partner University that offers the third semester. Last Thursday (28/05), Friday (29/05) and today (02/06) students had the opportunity to learn more about what to expect in the upcoming semester in 2020.
You can now check all the webinars and the latest information on how the partner universities are going to work through the pandemics after September 2020.
One of our alumni students Adjany Da Silva Freitas was appointed Minister of Culture, Environment and Tourism on Monday April 6 by Angolan President João Lourenço. This "super ministry" with three portfolios is a great responsibility on the shoulders of a young explorer accustomed to field work.
Every year VLIZ (Flanders Marine Institute) awards two prizes for master theses written at a Flemish university, or written by a Flemish researcher at a non-Flemish institution. Both fundamental and applied research in all branches of marine sciences are taken into consideration.
An online webinar was hold today on YouTube at 12:00PM Brussels time. Solutions were proposed to solve some of the problems concerning the current situation of students in regard to their Professional Practice and Thesis work.
You can check the full webinar here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6SzZlvPx38