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Programme Directors

At the head of each programme is a Programme Director, usually a professor who is involved in education and reports to the Vice Dean and the member of the Faculty Board with the education portfolio. There is a consultative body of Programme Directors. The Vice Dean is the chairman. The Programme Directors consult once every six weeks with the Faculty Board on educational matters within the faculty.

Roles and responsibilities of the Programme Directors:

  • Responsible for organisation and integration of education
  • Responsible for the quality of education
  • Makes a quality plan of education
  • Provides advice to the Faculty Board on the content and structure of the programme
  • Makes the curriculum
  • Helps ensure the educational quality of teaching and teachers
  • Maintains external relationships on behalf of the programme
  • Advises the Faculty Board in estimating resources serving education

Programme Directors

Prof. dr. Erik Danen

Programme Director BSc Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences

Prof.dr. Miranda van Eck

Programme Director MSc Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences

Prof.dr. Han de Winde

Programme BSc and MSc Director Biology

Prof.dr. Lies Bouwman

Programme Director MSc Chemistry and MSc Life Science and Technology

Prof.dr. Peter van Bodegom

Programme Director MSc Governance of Sustainability

Dr. S. Cucurachi

Programme Director MSc Industrial Ecology

Prof.dr. Marcello Bonsangue

Programme Director BSc & MSc Computer Science, MSc ICT in Business, MSc Media Technology

Dr. V. van Steijn

Programme Director BSc Molecular Science and Technology

Prof.dr. Marcellus Ubbink

Programme Director BSc Life Science and Technology

Prof.dr. A. Achúcarro

Programme Director BSc and MSc Physics

Prof.dr. Harold Linnartz

Programme Director BSc and MSc Astronomy

Dr. M.J. Bright

Programme Director BSc and MSc Mathematics

Prof. dr. S. le Cessie

Programma Director MSc Statistical Science for the Life and Behavioural Sciences


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