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Dear RSM Students!

Today, Wednesday and Thursday we are having the Open Feedback Days in T3 (Mandeville Building, close to the escalators)!
Come to our stand, get some free coffee and a Kitkat while filling out a survey and/or voting for your favorite professor of this Trimester! 😊
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- Reminder -
The Application Deadline for joining SR is tonight, 23:59h! Apply by sending CV + Motivation Letter to info@rsmsr.nl
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Last Chance!
At 23:59 is the Application Deadline for Minor Representatives! Send your CV & Motivation to feedbackminor@rsmsr.nl!
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2 months ago

RSM Student Representation

Sale is open now, reserve your Second Hand books now!!Second Reader Sale starts tomorrow, 07. September, at 15.30h!

First time you're buying books through Second Reader? This is how it works:

Step 1: Go to www.rsmsr.nl/second-reader/

Step 2: Click on the fancy button 'Reserve Your Books'

Step 3: Select the Trimester you're in

Step 4: Select the books you want!

ATTENTION: you are NOT guaranteed to have actually reserved the books selected. Please wait until you receive an email confirming your reservation.
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- Minor Representatives Deadline Extended -
We are still looking for Representatives for the following Minors:

> Deepening Minor: Accounting Skills
> Entrepreneurship
> Game Theory for Managers
> Learning by doing: Consulting to Social Entrepreneurs
> Learning from Big Data
> Strategy Consulting
> The Moral Limits of Markets

Do you want to be the voice of your student body? Send your CV and motivation letter to feedbackminor@rsmsr.nl by Saturday, September 8th at 23:59!
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3 months ago

RSM Student Representation

Second Reader is back!The cheapest booksale on campus is back on the following dates:

✔️ Collection Dates (SR-Office, T5-54)
- Thursday, 30 August 15-18h
- Wednesday, 05 September 13-16h

✔️ Sale Date (online)
- Friday, 07 September 2018 from 15:30h

✔️ Pick-up Dates (SR Office, T5-54)
- Monday, 10 September 11-14h
- Tuesday, 11 September 11-14h

Not heard about Second Reader yet? Find out more here: www.rsmsr.nl/second-reader/
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6 months ago

RSM Student Representation
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Last Wednesday the annual RSM SR Professor Awards took place. It was a great afternoon with many winners, speakers, and guests. We congratulate all the winning professors and hope that everybody felt like a winner. We are happy to announce the financial contribution from SR & the RSM to a small foundation supporting orphans in South-Africa. Together we donated €1410 to the Stichting MaSi Foundation to stimulate a force for positive change. We are proud that all our tickets were sold out and that we even welcomed many guests who are not affiliated with the RSM. Many guests made an individual donation to the MASI foundation and we would like to thank them for this. Furthermore, we would like to thank Steef van de Velde, Dean of the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, who shared some words on SR, the MASI Foundation and the new mission statement of the RSM. All in all, we had a great time. We hope that all guests enjoyed our show and the event in general!

If you missed it, see the winners here: www.rsmsr.nl/professor-awards/
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6 months ago

RSM Student Representation

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We are very proud to announce the new board of SR!

Sander Wijnen - Chairman
Arian Trieb - Marketing & Events Coordinator
Nine van Donkersgoed - BA Coordinator
Jessica Woitalla - IBA Coordinator
Florian Dohmen - Secretary & Treasurer
Jonas Kaiser - PA Coordinator

Do you want to meet them? Come to Eetcafé De Stoep tonight at 20:00!
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Dear Students,

It's time for the final votes for the Professor Awards. The nominees are known and you can now vote for the best professor of the year:

BA1: goo.gl/forms/YHUVdrawSVdR9PlJ2

BA2: goo.gl/forms/wOVt7fgiATOkkBJg2

BA3: goo.gl/forms/TbykwYrPuqXNEthl1

IBA1: goo.gl/forms/9BN53HtO6FfZO6ut1

IBA2: goo.gl/forms/94tFXRfL4OxbaJaB2

IBA3: goo.gl/forms/8UP1Zx3qQzGxZyUu2

Supporting offices: goo.gl/forms/NpxKX8LzCsMn97p52
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Dear students,
It's time to vote for the best professor of the Trimester again. Have your say using the voting sheets below!

goo.gl/forms/QnF3k9dSiz2qXRij1 IBA 1

goo.gl/forms/xePvRGX1o3YOkl1x1 IBA 2

goo.gl/forms/YWLkO3bS0NmrmjK82 IBA 3

goo.gl/forms/GSF2aKUm291K6eXB3 BA 1

goo.gl/forms/Lc1pZ5j8lu2SSHfq1 BA 2

goo.gl/forms/vCORMAXD1Y1dxc3Z2 BA 3

See you May 16th at the event!
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7 months ago

RSM Student Representation

Dear student,

As a board member of SR, you have a very important job. You’ll be leading an organization of 100+ motivated people. You’ll be collaborating with the University to continuously improve the education at RSM. Besides academic responsibilities, you are organizing amazing internal and external events. One of them is a trip to foster and reward the teamwork within the organization. This year we went to Lille, Paris and a beautiful medieval castle. You’d be responsible for the organization of the whole trip including the Great Gatsby ball party that took place this year!

Learn more at our recruitment drinks today In de Smitse at 16:00.

Learn more: www.rsmsr.nl/recruitment20182019/
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History

In 1985, a group of Dutch students raised a student-organization to improve the quality of the Dutch Bachelor study Business Administration (Bedrijfskunde). This organization, called “De Studentenvertegenwoording (SV)” to created a concentrated and “student-led”  union within the university body.

The core responsibility in the beginning years was simple. Students from the Business Administration study could approach the SV with all their study-related problems. Thereafter, the SV tried to solve these problems by talking with the associated departments within the Rotterdam School of Management.

After a few years, which were quite successful for the SV, a structure was created. For each course within the Bachelor’s, two representatives were appointed. These representatives were the contact people for students when they would have any problems with their course during their academic year. The course, literature, professors, exams and Blackboard (at a later stage) were discussed with the professors by these representatives.

During these developments within the SV, the International Business Administration students created their own SV, called the Student Representation (SR). This student organization had the same core responsibility as the Dutch equivalent, namely: giving a voice to their students and trying to improve the quality of their study within the Rotterdam School of Management.

In 2008, The SV and SR had a meeting and concluded within that they could create an even stronger body for their students if they would merge. After several meetings with each other and with the university body, the Student Representation was created “again”. This organization from now on would be “the” student organization, acting as an intermediary between students on one side and the RSM staff on the other side.

SR has become a well-respected organization within the Rotterdam School of Management. Students can hand in their feedback for their courses via Social Media, the website and of course via their student representatives. In 2011, the SR added a new section of representation: Program Advisory. Students can hand in their feedback regarding more “general” academic procedures, including examination, general studies, and the 7th trimester. The purpose of Program Advisory is to imporve the program as a whole. The SR changed a lot of course-related topics and improved the quality of the university. In 2015, SR further expanded to represent the minors of the Rotterdam School of Management. SR has also continuously worked on improving its own processes, such as its feedback gathering mechanisms.

In order to constantly improve the quality of the education of RSM, we need the feedback of as many students as possible, we need you to SPEAK YOUR MIND!

Organizational Structure