The best engineers are more than just engineers That is why Studium Generale (SG) is there for students of the TU Delft. SG wants to contribute to the academic development of students and to the social debate about the role of technology and engineers in modern society, both on and off the TU Delft campus. SG puts your world in a different light. Visit our lectures, workshops, debates, films and documentaries on the most diverse subjects with well-known and unknown scientists, writers, journalists or politicians, often on the dividing line between technology and society and sometimes controversial and always critical. We largely program on campus in collaboration with and at the study and student associations. Our activities are freely accessible and (almost) always free. Studium Generale In the years after 1946, all universities in the Netherlands set up their own Studium Generale to broaden the general knowledge of students, employees and other interested parties through freely accessible programs in the field of culture, technology, society and science. In Delft, the bureau consists of Yannick Servais, Sanne Helbers, Lester Lardenoye and Klaas Pieter van der Tempel. They are responsible for the content of the programs. Brigitte van Veen and Yolanda Vredeveld take care of the PR and the secretariat. Angelica Babel is an intern and supports both programming and communication. Do you have a question, comment or idea? Do not hesitate to contact Studium Generale.