‘The best engineers are more than just engineers’
SG exists to contribute to the academic development of students and to the social discussion on the role of technology and engineers in modern society, both on campus and in the city of Delft. We organize events that put your world in different perspectives. Visit our lectures, workshops, debates, film and documentary screenings, and other events with a broad range of topics, presented by known and unknown scientists, authors, journalists, politicians and more, often on the boundary between technology and society. Occasionally controversial, always critically minded. Many of our events can be found on campus during lunch breaks or in the evenings, often in cooperation with study and students associations. Our activities are open to all visitors and (almost) always free of charge.
All universities in the Netherlands have in the years since 1946 founded their own Studium Generale in order to improve the general knowledge of students, staff, and other interested parties by way of freely accessible activities in the realm of culture, technology, society, and science.
Do you have a question, comment, or suggestion? Please feel free to contact us at Studium Generale.
Studium Generale is staffed by the following people:
- Yannick Servais (head)
- Sanne Helbers (programmering)
- Lester Lardenoye (programming)
- Klaas Pieter van der Tempel (programming, cooperation study and student associations)
- Brigitte van Veen (communication en PR)
- Yolanda Vredeveld (secretariat en PR)