News about Diversity & Inclusion
Marieke Meeuwisse researches diversity and inclusivity in colleges. Two elements that seem to play a significant role in the progress of students are gender and immigration.
"By pushing an active policy, you can stimulate the recruitment, retention and promotion of female talent."Werner Brouwer, winner of the FAME Athena Award 2017.
Werner Brouwer, winner of the FAME Athena Award 2017: "The fact that my contribution received this award is very nice. However, it's a shame that such an award is necessary."
Sascha Krijger, winner of the FAME Athena Award 2016 about the importance of the award: "I still consider it an honour to have won the award."
- Maria Grever about the importance of the FAME Athena Award
Maria Grever won the FAME Athena Award. in 2015. She explains why stimulating diversity in the workplace should be rewarded.
- Lizzy Boonen, winner of the FAME Athena Award 2018
The winner of the FAME Athena Award 2018 about the importance of diversity in the academic world.
We spoke with Alex van Stipriaan, professor of Caribbean history at Erasmus University's School of History, Culture and Communication (ESHCC) Rotterdam about Keti Koti.
Do you know someone who advocates female talent within the EUR community? Nominate this colleague or student for the FAME Athena Award!
On 12 March 2019 the CLI Educational Research Lunch was held at the Erasmus Education Lab for the first time. Associate professor Jacco van Sterkenburg (ESHCC) started things off.
Two academic team members of the Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity Initiative joined their colleagues from RSM and created an online course: Driving Business Towards the Sustainable Development Goals.