Code red. Starting from Monday 26 October, all teaching activities at Ghent University will happen in accordance with the highest safety level. Why have we taken this major step, what will change, and what stays the same?
Will we all be sniffed by dogs soon in the fight against corona? It’s possible, because it turns out that tracker dogs can more accurately detect the corona virus than the classic tests. Moreover, it is faster and a lot cheaper. “Training for the dogs will start in December,” says Ghent University researcher Chris Callewaert.
We are nearing the end of this strange and special year, 2020. Time to reflect on the status quo.
Pascal Vandaele is a functional analyst in the Gismo Team at DICT (department of Information and Communication Technology). He tells us what 2020 meant to him, what he will carry over to next year and above all: what he hopes for in 2021.
We are nearing the end of this strange and special year, 2020. Time to reflect on the status quo. 20 people with links to Ghent University were selected at random.
For the last two years, Annelies Van Isacker has been a job coach at Divergent, an organisation within Ghent University which helps to guide people with their reintegration in the workplace.
Nicolaas Lumen is a ‘product of Ghent University’ in every way. In 2002, he graduated in medicine, and these days he is a professor in urology. Nicolaas hopes to quickly return to a normal life in 2021, so that we can come and go as we please once more.