In order to give you some updates on TIME and who we are, in which we can elaborate a bit more than our other social media accounts, we will be putting up some interesting blog posts on topics like “This week’s journal”, fun facts and travel tips.
Just like last year, we’d like you to get to know this year’s board, consultants and supervisors a little better. In order to do so, we’ll put up a weekly blog, “This week’s journal”, in which one committee member or researcher will introduce themselves by giving a short overview of his- or herself, what their role and how they combine TIME with the other parts of their life.
Of course we would also like to let you in on a couple of fun facts, either about us or the countries we’ll be visiting and some insights on our travel plans and progress so far. By the time we’ll be travelling to this year’s destinations, “This week’s journal” will be used to show you all ins and outs of our travels.
Every week a board member or consultant will talk you through a small biography, and more importantly, a little insight into their life, what parts of their agenda are devoted to time, and what parts aren’t.
I’ll start off with one of these weekly entertaining stories, but before taking you on a little trip through my weeks with me, let me quickly introduce myself.
My name is Chantal ter Haar, a self-named granny and student who just turned 26.
For this first post we’ll dive into a bit of TIME’s history. TIME’s very first trip abroad was back in 1989, meaning we’ll celebrate our 6th lustrum this year. From the start, we’ve always been looking for interesting countries with loads of opportunities for Dutch companies to conduct research for. This has brought us to […]