News about Diversity & Inclusion
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.
To what extent and how are ethnoracial divisions constructed and dismantled in music reception? This is what Julian Schaap researches in his dissertation, which he defends on 11 October.
Conrad Heilmann was included in an interview series that is part of of the 2019 Summer School on “Economic Behaviours: Models, Measurements, and Policies”.
Erasmus University and the Center for Media Engagement launch collaborative research project on hate speech moderation.
On 27 September, Minister Van Engelshoven of Education, Culture and Science will launch the 'Student Pride NL' foundation during CONFAB 2019, a conference on sexual and gender diversity.
Key thought leaders from government, business and academia to outline the promises of social equity to EUR and other top organisations.
More than 4000 secondary-school students participate in a learning programme through the Science Education Hub
Every year, more than 4000 secondary-school student from all over Zuid Holland participate in a learning programme at the Erasmus University Rotterdam through the Science Education Hub