He finished his licentiate in sacred theology at the Catholic University of Nijmegen
in the Netherlands in 2014.
Willemien graduated from both the University of Virginia School of Law and the University of Nijmegen
School of Law in the Netherlands, and has been selected by her peers for recognition in the area of trusts and estates in The Best Lawyers in America(c), Best Attorneys(r) in New Hampshire, and New England Super Lawyers since 2008.
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, so called free study disciplines (2) were designed at the University of Nijmegen
and at the two universities in Amsterdam ("Universiteit van Amsterdam" and "Vrije Universiteit").
degree in Molecular Biology from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg, Germany, and a Master's degree in Biochemistry from the University of Nijmegen
, the Netherlands.
Appointed to become lecturer of missiology in Indonesia, he was sent for further studies to the Catholic University of Nijmegen
, where he obtained a Ph.D.
He held positions at the University of Twente, the University of Nijmegen
, McMaster University (Canada), the Vrije Universiteit Brussels (Belgium), and at NIAS in Wassenaar.
Paula Rubio-Fernandez of University College London and Bart Geurts of the University of Nijmegen
tested 3-year-old children using a standard false-belief task called the Smarties task and using an altered, more streamlined version of the false-belief task called the Duplo task.
This effect was first demonstrated by Nobel Prize-winning physicist Andre Geim and colleagues at the University of Nijmegen
in 1997 when they used the same technique to levitate a live frog.
He also taught at the University of Maryland, Canisius College and the University of Nijmegen
He was a natural for the job: he was a professor of Philosophy and Mysticism at the Catholic University of Nijmegen
and was also a prolific journalist and writer, contributing articles to over 80 different publications.
Bejczy, recently in the history department of the University of Nijmegen
and Niederman (political science, Texas A&M) use the term "prince" (princes) as it was intended in the many discourses on proper governance, meaning any political authority, from kings and counts to popes and bishops.