At a time when more people are single than ever before, the way we find love is very different than it used to be. These days, it's all about apps, chats, and matches. Is online dating a fun lifestyle or a necessary evil to find a partner? And what are we even looking for? Join this interactive evening to explore the dynamics of modern dating and flying solo!
This program is jointly organized by TINT and Studium Generale.
Love and dating play an important role in many people's lives. Just think of the vast number of songs, stories, movies, and TV shows that focus on love and dating - and it becomes clear that our fascination with it is pretty universal. But times are changing, and your best chance of finding a partner now seems to be online. This dating life can be challenging to navigate and is changing the way we build relation(/situation)ships.
More and more people are also single. Is this a sign of the times, a problem, or something positive? Together with love and relationship expert Tila Pronk, we will explore the modern dating scene among students. Based on your input, we will discuss the biggest challenges in dating and how to overcome them. Whether you are single, in an open relationship, with one or more partners, or anything in between, let's come together and find out what's going on in our love lives!
Dr. Tila Pronk is fascinated by everything related to love and relationships. She is an associate professor of social psychology at Tilburg University, where her research areas include online dating and the challenges of long-term relationships. She has written the popular science book Hartstocht and is a frequent guest on TV and radio shows talking about love.
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SG & USE/ITEC registration
Please register for SG & USE/ITEC by scanning your student ID at the venue prior to the start of the program.
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