After a succesful first week and a half, I woud like to introduce the new LIEF board 2019.
From left to right:
❥ Sophie van Tilburg (treasurer)
❥ Jhaleesa Alberg (vice-chairman/activities commissioner)
❥ Simon Wittkamp (chairman)
❥ Max Laboyrie (secretary)
We are looking forward to the coming year and are excited to work with all of our members!
LIEF is looking for a new board!
Would you like to spend a year on interesting actions, gathering the opinions of students and organizing discussions? Take your chance!
As the board of LIEF you are responsible for the student council elections in May and the compilation of the list of candidates in addition to the well-known playful actions at the Science Park.
Together with a group of motivated candidates and other enthusiastic students you work towards the elections.
Does it sound good to you to play a more active role in student politics? Or do you want more information?
Send us an email to email@example.com!
Last April, LIEF went through examination rooms to hand out pens and flyers, to hear exam complaints and then to address them to the faculty. Fortunately, a central hotline has now been set up for this! See http://meldpunt-tentamenbeleid.nl/
Expensive meals? Too few options? Not enough sustainable options? Simply not to your taste? Or just totally amazing? In short, do you think the canteen is LIEF ?!
Today LIEF is in the central hall. Come along, give input on what kind of food you want to see and get a nice hummus sandwich!
Next week, it’s finally time for this LIEF board to come in contact with LIEF members and other students for the first time while enjoying a drink. Come next Monday, October 16th at 17:00 to the Brainwave. Everyone who wants to chat or get a drink with LIEF is welcome. So take your friends or classmates with you to get a (free) drink!
LIEF is back in the hall today: we are introducing the students to student politics. Do you want to know more about LIEF, the student council, or do you have any other questions? Come by!
After the removal of KiesMEI last year, it became clear that Science Park needed space for new parties. STOUT and SLAAFS were introduced this year, which made the political climate somewhat more democratic. As we stated at our general assembly, we would like to give LIEF more direction. By profiling LIEF more strongly, we create space for other parties, so that faculty student politics can become more diverse.
During this open meeting, we want to discuss what LIEF is and what LIEF stands for, so as a party to take a stronger direction. Come all on June 22 at 17:00 in B0.209 and think with us !! We will take care of some beer and snacks!
The agenda is as follows:
- Setting the agenda
- Introduction circle: what does LIEF mean to you?
- Current political climate
- Profiling using pillars
- What now?
- Table round
Board 2017 ♥
Today we are in the central hall to gather input about the possibilities for more English language in our education. Tell your requirements in exchange for popsicles! Express your opinion and come look in the central hall. Also if you want to know more about the state of affairs about the use of English in bachelors, you are more than welcome!
The results of the elections have been announced! At the Faculty of Science, 23.3% of the students voted. LIEF has won 9 seats! We would like to congratulate all the candidates with their place in the faculty student council and wish them a lot of success during their council year! These amazing students will represent us in the board in the coming year:
NB: The full election results can be viewed here.
Tijn de Vos
Pieter van Niel
Roan de Jong
Come join us today! A fair playing field for everyone, because at LIEF we stand for equal opportunities!
LIEF stands for interdisciplinarity and self-development, but what exactly does that mean? What are the options? Explore your possibilities at LIEF and find your place at the university!
Come dance with us today and listen to the decentralized (silent) disco of LIEF!! Students can think about what they want to listen to. There is something for everyone!
The elections are officially started! LIEF is all set for today with an action for sustainability with a homemade Holle Bolle Gijs! Will you BEE there?!?
To celebrate the fact that the elections have begun again, the student council organizes a leaders debate. During the debate, the top candidates of Student Party LIEF (Femke Mostert), Stout (Fokel Ellen), and Slaafs (Parcival Maissan) will face each other in a debate on topics relevant to our faculty. Come to the central hall at 12:00 this afternoon!
The LIEF candidates for the 2017 student council elections will present their own election program! Curious about what they would like to do in their council year? Do you want to know what the LIEF candidates want to do during the campaign? Come May 9th in A1.04, take all your friends and enjoy a beer or some potato chips!
Have you found some rotten eggs during your easter egg hunt? Share your ‘rotten egg’ experiences about the faculty of science with LIEF! Write down what you (do not) like about studying at Science Park and get an easter egg!
With the trees in bloom at our beautiful Science Park, spring is in full swing. That means for the student party LIEF that the time has come for a new board of directors to devote themselves to the beta students of the University of Amsterdam for a year! That’s why we hope to see you all tonight at 19:00 in Room A1.04 at Science Park!
The following candidate board for 2017 will present itself to you:
- Demi Kruijer – Chairman
- Renske Grupstra – Vice Chairman
- Babette Mooij – Secretary
- Femke Mostert – Treasurer
- Tisja Korthals Altes – Commissioner Activities