2,546 metres high up on the mountain ridges of the Bernese Oberland region of Switzerland, is where you could have found Wittenborg Senior Lecturer and External Relations Coordinator, Bert Meeuwsen, this summer.
Staff at Wittenborg
Quality control and helping Wittenborg with its various accreditation processes will be a priority for the new Vice-President: Academics, Prof Dr Ron Tuninga, when he joins Wittenborg in the new academic year.
After writing a paper on knowledge creation in organisations, Wittenborg Amsterdam lecturer, Dr Yasmina Khadir-Poggi, was invited to participate in a workshop during the 2018 IFKAD conference held at TU Delft.
During the week he is Wittenborg’s student housing coordinator, but, when it comes to the weekend, Karel van der Zande is a qualified glider pilot with 27 years of experience, who will soon take part in Euroglide 2018 - a race of over 2,000km in the sky.
As exam invigilator over the past 6 years, Leo Lagerwaard (72), has seen it all: students getting stressed, panicking even, and yes, of course, cheating.
After a remarkable career in Sri Lanka, Lasantha de Silva, an alumnus of Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences and its former Education Operations Manager, is back in the Netherlands. De Silva has accepted a position at Wittenborg as Director Assistant, while at the same doing an MBA in Finance – his second master's degree after doing an MA in Leadership, Innovation and Change Management at York St John University in Britain. Good news for students is that he will also be teaching a few undergraduate modules.