News about Diversity & Inclusion
The ERMeCC received an H2020 grant of 3 million euro for the major international research project INVENT: European Inventory of Societal Values of Culture as Basis for Inclusive Cultural Policies.
The 2020 Professional Services Awards were awarded to the Science Hub (Wetenschapsknooppunt) and Funding Manager Adhemare de Rjjk during the New Year’s reception on 7 January.
It is a core task of Dutch universities to prepare all students well for their future: a career in our open, internationally oriented society and knowledge economy.
Erasmus University Rotterdam launches EUR 25/25, a policy measure to enable talented female academics to prepare for the next step in their professional career.
The racist treatment of Excelsior footballer Ahmad Mendes Moreira by supporters of FC Den Bosch last Saturday, November 16, was a much-discussed topic in the news.
Professor of Economics Anne Gielen is one of the speakers during the 106th dies natalis. Her research focusses on to which extent people’s reliance on benefits is transferred to the next generation.
Dianne Bevelander, Professor of Management Education at Rotterdam School of Management, is the winner of the 2019 FAME Athena Award.
"Researchers usually have the best intentions, but the structure they are operating within almost forces them to participate in a destructive order," says sociologist Willem Schinkel
Sociologist Willem Schinkel will be speaking on 22 October at Studio Erasmus about his new book Theorie van de Kraal: kapitaal, ras, facisme – explaining how everything ties in with everything else.
- Farzad's dad came to the Netherlands as a refugee. Now Farzad works at Erasmus University Rotterdam
At a young age, Farzad moved to the Netherlands from Iran. Now, he works at EUR and organises the Bachelor Open Days and the HeartBeat Festival.