Alumni Events

Throughout the year, several events are organised for Communication Science alumni. You can catch up with former fellow students, meet numerous new people, stay informed of the latest developments in the field and further your professional knowledge by means of readings, workshops, pub quizzes and even pub colleges.

CS on the Spot met Anniek Mauser

Communication Science on the Spot with Dr Theo Araujo and Dr Anniek Mauser (Unilever Benelux). Credits: Jasmin Eigemann.

Alumni Circle Lectures

The Alumni Circle Communication Science is keen to help you keep up with the latest trends in communication. As a member, you are welcome to attend various lectures, presentations and debates thoughout the year - free of charge and after working hours. Previous topics include the ins and outs of content marketing, the future of ad campaigns, the power of voodoo marketing and the importance of non-verbal communication.

Communication Science on the Spot

This colloquium series was designed for Graduate School students and alumni who want to learn more about communication science in practice. During the interactive sessions, professionals and lecturers engage in stimulating debates about the strengths and weaknesses of the field. The audience is always encouraged to ask questions and join the conversation. Previous speakers include Maurice de Hond, Geerte Udo (iAmserdam), Kay van de Linde and Ashley Vinson (Twitter).

Meet the Alumni

The Graduate School of Communication hosts informal Meet & Greet events for recent Communication Science alumni and current Master’s students. By answering questions on why they chose the field they work in and which steps they took to get there, the alumni are able to provide valuable advice to students who are in doubt about which career path to pursue after graduation.

Stay up to date

Events organised by the Alumni Circle Communication Science are announced on the Circle’s Facebook Page as well as on the AUV website (in Dutch). Members also receive a quarterly newsletter.

 

Published by  GSC

19 July 2016