Do you want to further develop yourself apart from your studies? Organize or create something amazing with your fellow-SIBbers? Join a Committee of the SIB!
Committees are a great way to actively participate within the SIB and get to know new people. If you decide to join a committee, you will notice that it is not only fun to organize something with a group of people, but also very educational!
The SIB has 12 different committees that members can join. Interested in joining one? Or would you like more information? You can click one of them below, or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org!
The Activities Committee is entrusted with the responsibility of organising several intellectual activities during the second half of the academic year. Consisting of experienced members with a broad range of
The Bar Heroes make sure you won’t be dehydrated at SIB lectures, drinks and parties. Anybody who has been a member for more than a year can join the Bar
Dies Natalis Committee
The Dies Natalis Committee organises the birthday of the SIB. This means that they set up a major conference with seven or more speakers and an attendance of around 80-100
The Editorial Committee manages the online magazine of the association called ‘SIBylle’. The members of this Committee are responsible for writing content, but also for the layout and advertisement. The
The Festivities Committee is in charge of organising several theme parties over the year. Additionally, they are trusted with the organisation of some SIB-classics such as SIBterklaas and SIB on
Every year, this committee organizes a four-day hitchhiking competition to a European city. Over the past years, we have visited – among others – Trier, Paris, Berlin, Bonn, and Warsaw.
The Introduction Committee organises all intellectual events during the introduction period (from September until the beginning of November). In this period, they organise about eight intellectual Monday night events, a
The KEI Committee organises the KEI-week: the big introduction week for all first-year students in Groningen. The Committee does not only set up the program for the SIB during this
The PR Committee is the greatest support for the Board regarding Public Relations. Together with the Commissioner of Public Relations, the committee organises PR stunts throughout the year and helps
Social Activities Committee
The Social Activities Committee is responsible for organising several social activities throughout the year. This can go in any direction, from sports to arts and crafts and barbecues to winter
As the name suggests, the Travel Committee is in charge of organising the SIB-trip! This is a ten day trip in which we visit institutions, landmarks and much more. The
Every year the Yearbook Committee makes a wonderful yearbook where the past year will be reviewed. The book does not only consist of classics such as a list of all