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.
"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.
Knowledge isn’t something that belongs solely to the realm of science, states philosopher Liesbeth Noordegraaf-Eelens
Liesbeth Noordegraaf-Eelens speaks about the Rotterdam Arts & Science Lab, a joint initiative of EUR, the Willem de Kooning Academy and Codarts.
Jason Pridmore wants to cross the communication barriers between journalists, scientists, policymakers and public
Jason Pridmore (ESHCC) tries to cross the communication barriers between journalists, scientists, policymakers and the public.
EUR ranked 69 in international ranking 2020 THE (Times Higher Education).
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.
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."
Do you know someone who advocates female talent within the EUR community? Nominate this colleague or student for the FAME Athena Award!
For the alumni platform EUR Connect photographer Marie Cecile Thijs portrayed thirty special alumni. Doctor Cathy van Horik is one of them.