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Leiden University Student Platform

The Leiden University Student Platform (LUS) is a student-led ‘think-tank’ consisting of eight members, seven representatives of each Faculty and a Chair. The LUS discusses a wide variety of topics that concern students.

A core part of the LUS is to attain input from fellow students. Therefore several times a year the LUS organises meetings for all interested students to discuss and brainstorm different important topics. The insights and ideas collected during these meetings will be communicated to the Executive Board and other relevant organs at the University.

Do you have a topic that you think should receive more attention? You can reach the LUS via mail or on our social media channels. If you want to know about the next activity the LUS organises, keep an eye on @lusleiden on Instagram or our Facebook page.

The platform brings together different groups of students for ad hoc thematic meetings, which address current issues arising from Leiden’s teaching agenda.

Chair  Catrin Böcher
lus@sea.leidenuniv.nl 

Archaeology

Isabelle Fontijne
lus@arch.leidenuniv.nl

Governance and Global Affairs

Rosemary Tregenza
lus@fgga.leidenuniv.nl

Humanities Margarita Kilimnik
lus@hum.leidenuniv.nl

Law

Nova van der Kamp
lus@law.leidenuniv.nl

Medicine/LUMC

Ioana Bulacu
lus.lumc@leidenuniv.nl

Science

Dieneke Jetten
lus@science.leidenuniv.nl

Social and Behavioural Sciences

Lars van Wijk
lus@fsw.leidenuniv.nl

The LUS annually presents the Leiden Teaching Prize for the best teacher of the year.

The Leiden Teaching Prize is a special award, which is given to the lecturer who is considered to be the most creative and innovative teacher in giving their classes. Every student has an opportunity and is encouraged to nominate the best in their opinion lecturer.

Do you have a teacher that you would like to nominate for the next Teaching Prize? Stay tuned and keep an eye on this website and our social media channels. The next round of nominations will open in November.

Winner 2021

The academic year 2020-2021 was very special. Students were obliged to continue studying in an alternative way – mostly online. The lecturers who managed to do the best job within the new online ‘mode’ deserve to be put in the spotlight. During the opening of the academic year in September, the top three lecturers were presented.

The winner of the Leiden Teaching Prize 2021 is Ayo Adedokun who teaches students following the specializations of World Politics, Governance, Economics and Development at the Leiden University College (LUC) The Hague. He received €25,000 as part of the Leiden Teachers Academy in which he also take place.

2021

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2020

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2020-2021

2019-2020

2018-2019

2017-2018

The LUS was established in 2013 with the aim of providing advice to the Executive Board, primarily via the Vice-Rector who is the portfolio holder for teaching and student affairs. The LUS aims to gather insights especially but not limited to, from students that are not yet active or very involved.

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