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Meet fellow alumni from the University of Groningen.

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Hurray! This is a kind invitation for our first digital Azzurri@UG meeting on Saturday, 20 November at 17:00 hrs.

The last couple of weeks our first Italian alumni board has been super busy making plans to connect you with fellow alumni and your alma mater. 

For the first meeting we have invited professor Francesco Picchioni, a polymer chemist at the University of Groningen. Next to his outstanding research he can explain the chemistry of a perfect Tiramisu. Dr Valerio Basile will guide you through the meeting. After the presentation you can ask all your questions and there is ample time to connect with fellow alumni during breakout sessions and a fun game.

Please let us know whether you are joining via this link. 

On behalf of our alumni volunteers of the Alumni Community in Italy

Katherine Arena, Valerio Basile, Francesca Gambardella, Lorenzo Foglietti, Gaia Regina Nicoloso, Federico Pincione, Gemma Schino, Anurag Srivastava, Antonio Trucillo, and Fiammetta Zanetti

Patricia Poppendick,

Alumni Office in Groningen, connect via or +31 643714467

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Organiser University of Groningen | Ubbo Emmius Fund

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University of Groningen Alumni Chapters 
The University of Groningen (UG) hosts events in cities across the world. From Jakarta to Berlin to San Francisco, alumni meet each other in regions where many Groningen alumni reside. The University has tight knit groups of alumni in some areas, that organize gatherings a few times per year. Some of them have established a local board with objectives. We call them our international alumni chapters. We support international alumni chapters by offering UG representation at events. Traveling staff and board members love to interact with alumni and share UG developments. Moreover, professors and faculty members of the University provide interactive lectures and address some of the world’s most pressing challenges they are working on. 
Chapters are established in New York City, Washington DC, San Francisco, Hong Kong, Singapore, Zurich, Berlin, Jakarta, Brussels and there are more to come.

 University of Groningen

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