SAP BI Consultant – de rol van adviseur en ontwikkelaar in één

By Femke Straatman - Columns - 27 May 2021

Bijna afgestudeerd en op zoek naar jouw nieuwe uitdaging? iTrainee was al voor honderden jonge, talentvolle mensen de springplank voor hun carrière in SAP, de meest gebruikte bedrijfssoftware ter wereld. In dit verhaal legt iTrainee-alumnus Femke Straatman uit wat zij precies doet als SAP BI Consultant bij consultancybedrijf Plainwater. En ze legt uit hoe het traineeship haar heeft geholpen bij de start van haar carrière.

Terug naar Moeder Aarde

By Wil Kuijpers - Columns - 4 May 2021

Het is weer tijd voor een nieuwe publicatie van Wils Wijsheden! Onze vertrouwde columnist biedt ditmaal een interessante kijk op de urgente rol die wetenschappers, politici en burgers spelen in het beschermen van de aarde.

In the Mind of Manon: Hands off their hijab

By - Columns - 27 April 2021

We would like to introduce our new columnist: Manon van Hastenberg! In her first article in our newest series in the Mind of Manon, she will share her view on the separatism bill in France

Guideline for your online BEP

By - Columns - 5 May 2021

Everybody has to do it, if you like it or not, the Bachelor End Project (BEP). What seems to be the biggest task of your lifetime at the start, really becomes that precious word document on your laptop which you start loving more and more when it comes to the end. At least, that is how I felt about my BEP. Especially with the coronavirus, I feel more proud than ever. For the people who do not know me, my name is Michelle van Ardenne. In January I finished my bachelor Psychology and technology after 6 months of working on my bachelor end project. The topic of my BEP was ‘The influence of ecological footprint calculators on pro-environmental intentions. I am not going to bore you with an extensive summary of my BEP, but what I think is more useful for you is to learn some tips and tricks to finish your BEP in times of the Corona crisis. Because there are some things that will differ and you can better be prepared.

Graduation as an intern

By Maithe van der Wal - Columns - 19 April 2021

The final part of your study involves your final thesis. There are many fun things to do with your final thesis. Maithe wrote about her thesis. She is doing her graduation project at a company: Bearingpoint!

The Purpose of P&T

By Emma Höngens - Columns - 13 March 2021

Columnist Emma Höngens is often asked: "What is the point of studying Psychology and Technology?" She will share her experiences during her bachelor's that describe the answer to this question and shows how important the P&T students are in the engineering field.

The Sims: escaping reality or just a way of handling your darkest desires

By Lotte van Dijck - Columns - 16 February 2021

In this quarterly column of Julia will take you into the more sinister world of the sims.

Where's the Board?

By Wervingsdagen - Columns - 5 February 2021

With GM #177 just around the corner, it is highly interesting to know what Aurelia is up to. Therefore, at a random time and random day in the academic year 2020-2021 a decision was made to follow the activities of the Intermate board. However, a problem arose. Where is the board? Many different authorities, like the police, FBI, and CIA, have been called up for this search, but there only was one organization able to help out… (READ MORE TO FIND OUT WHICH ORGANIZATION)

Tackling NIMBY

By Wouter Pustjens - Columns - 31 January 2021

It is always nice to gain a better insight in where you can end up after you have graduated. Today Wouter Pustjens is telling us what he does at Pondera, a sponsor of Intermate. From 2009 to 2012, he was part of the Information Team of Technische Innovatiewetenschappen. He remembers the struggle of explaining that technology – by itself – is not a perfect solution, and that innovation scientists are required to embed technology in its societal context. His perfect example was NIMBYism (Not In My BackYard) in wind energy projects, which he is now also tackling at Pondera.

Team Energy event about the energy transition

By Anton Ionov - Columns - 30 December 2020

With lots of Renewable Energy Sources coming online in the coming years, the way we make electricity changes fundamentally. Since the sun doesn't always shine , and the wind doesn't always blow , we can no longer get electricity on demand like we could with gas-fired power plants. So how do we make the electricity grid future-proof? Tune in on the 7th of January to discuss!


By Wil Kuijpers - Columns - 1 December 2020

Het is alweer een tijdje geleden sinds de laatste, papieren, column van Wil Kuijpers. Daarom is het weer tijd voor een nieuwe, online publicatie van Wil’s Wijsheden. Dit maal wordt de relatie tussen vakantie en corona besproken.

United By Diversity

By Peter Ruijten - Columns - 22 October 2020

Over the past few months, we all experienced some unique times during the corona crisis. Everybody says we could fix this through human action. But how does this work? Peter reflects on how people are united by diversity.

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