Yearly, RIHS PhD candidates gather for the two-day PhD Retreat. Apart from the science, this event is highly valued for the opportunity to meet your fellow PhD candidates. This year, the retreat is planned on 21 & 22 November 2019.The RIHS PhD Retreat is organized specifically for PhD candidates and provides an ideal opportunity to present your study results or research plans to your fellow PhD candidates. The Retreat focuses on career and personal development. Besides the scientific content there will be plenty of opportunities to connect with your colleagues. Additionally, we can proudly announce that this year Dick Swaab will be our keynote speaker! Keep an eye out for the registration, which will open soon!
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