LNVH Affiliates' Meeting 2022
The annual Affiliates' Meeting of the Dutch Network of Women Professors is taking place on 31 October in museum The Hermitage in Amsterdam and we cordially invite all our affiliates to attend. At 17:30h The Hermitage will open its doors especially for us.
This meeting is intended as a networking event for female associate professors and professors affiliated with the LNVH (LNVH affiliates). It offers the opportunity to talk and meet each other, for new affiliates to get acquainted with the LNVH, and to enjoy a program with inspiring speakers. Click here for the invitation that we sent out to our affiliates.
New Mission Statement
In light of the change in focus that the LNVH has undergone in 20 years of commitment to gender equality in academia, the LNVH launches an updated mission statement that better fits the current and future course of the LNVH:
LNVH aims to promote and sustain equal representation of women in academia, works towards the betterment of the position of women of all backgrounds and pushes for an inclusive and safe academic community.
Report 'The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the work and wellbeing of academics in the Netherlands'
The Covid-19 pandemic is having a significant impact on the work and wellbeing of academics. Coping with the consequences will take leadership, money and a tailor-made approach.
The Young Academy and the Dutch Network of Women Professors, in cooperation with the Universities of the Netherlands (VSNU | UNL), have studied the impact of the first lockdown period on the work and wellbeing of academics in the Netherlands and present various recommendations for how best to mitigate any adverse consequences.
The Dutch Network of Women Professors (Landelijk Netwerk Vrouwelijke Hoogleraren - LNVH) began life informally in the nineties, and became a foundation on the 9th of August 2001. The LNVH is a network of over 1400 female professors and associate professors. Together they represent every discipline and all Dutch Universities. The LNVH aims to promote the proportionate representation of women in academia.