Welkom bij Studievereniging Pyrus. De studievereniging voor studenten van de BSc Bodem, Water en Atmosfeer, de MSc Earth and Environment en de MSc Geo-information Science aan de universiteit in Wageningen.

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AkCie's Afsluitende Escalatie

Flitsende feestende flitspaaltjes, Voor onze allerlaatste amazing awesome activiteit van dit jofelig jeugdige jaar gaan wij op 21 juni een reusachtige reis doen naar een ver oord opzoek naar de vetste feestjes en de meest borrelende biertjes. Voor dit fantastische feestje gaan we heen met het o zo olijke openbare vervoer want we blijven skeere studentjes. Voor de terugreis hebben we een barmhartige beestelijke bus die ons terug zal brengen naar Big City bosjesmannen busstation Wageningen. Lijkt je dit super sensuele sexy smooth avontuur leuk? En benieuwd waar U Terecht komt? Schrijf je dan vanaf maandag tm vrijdag in tijdens de pauze in het Pyrus hok (breng cash, €10,-). (Helaas zit deze activiteit al vol) Gekke Gazelle en Geile Geiten Groetjes, De alleskunnende allitererende almachtige alwetende AkCie

Activiteiten

Review GIS lecture

The evening of January 23rd was in the theme of GIS for the members of Pyrus. The LexCie organised an evening with two talks on GIS. The lectures held in H41 were visited by a lot of members enjoying some drinks and two very interesting talks! The first lecture was on working with GIS. Our guest speaker Stefan Arts (an alumni from GIS) told us how he works in practice with GIS and what he does for Witteveen & Bos. The second lecture by Lammert Kooistra was on remote sensing and how to use it for a range of applications. He told us how remote sensing will be used in the future in his very enthusiastic talk. Shortly, it was a very interesting evening and we think everybody learned a lot of things about how GIS is used in research and consultancy. ?

Review Carrier Information Evening

The 6th of december, Pyrus members could focus on their future careers, by attending the Carrier Information Evening. This evening, nine speakers from various companies and career paths talked about their choices and how they got to the current point in their careers. Besides, Rik van Heumen showed us his interesting research on the statistics of Earth and Environment alumni. Besides the point that we were all happy to hear that Earth and Environment alumni generally quickly get jobs, it was good to know where most of us are likely to end up.

After three rounds of talks, distributed over 3 rooms, the commission organised a drink at the ground floor of Forum. This drink was held so that all unasked questions could be answered and the thirst for career information could be stilled.

All in all, the evening was a great success and we hope that you have learned a lot!

Fiery greetings,

The Career Information Evening commission.