News about Challenge Accepted
'Even the Netherlands has important differences between the health of the poor and rich. We would like to decrease these differences.’Blogpost
Sam Harper is epidemiologist and associate professor at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. For the next four years he will be working in part at Erasmus University.
Are entrepreneurs able to create their own opportunities and prevent risks that could hurt their business? PhD candidate Dewi Kanters believes they can.
'The interesting and innovative part in particular is, to my mind, the collaboration between these faculties. Our world has become so complex that we need to collaborate.'
Professor Mathijs van Dijk: 'It is old fashioned to claim that economists cannot say anything about how the cake is divvied up.'
Mathijs van Dijk is endowed Professor of Business Administration at RSM, his research asks an interesting question: do upcoming stock markets contribute to more inclusive prosperity?
‘Our goal with this Initiative is to help society make better and smarter choices in the field of healthcare’
Why do some people live healthy while others don’t? For Smarter Choices for Better Health Associate Professor in Health Economics Hans van Kippersluis collaborates with different faculties.
Associate Professor Esther de Bekker-Grob: 'We need collaboration to be truly useful for society, not just enjoying ourselves doing research for the sake of research.’
Associate Professor Esther de Bekker-Grob believes that through multidisciplinary collaboration, Erasmus University Rotterdam can contribute to true innovation in tomorrow’s health-policy decisions.
Hans van Leeuwen: 'We are currently looking at the human side of the medical digitalization and technologization.'
Professor Hans van Leeuwen is the dean of the Medical Faculty and one of the early contributors to Challenge Accepted. He explains the challenges his discipline is facing nowadays.
Business students Sofia Ali en Tania Bhulai are the founders of Diandre: a foundation to help refugee-students and refugee-entrepreneurs.
Peter Scholten is Professor Public Policy and Politics (ESSB) and one of the early contributors to Challenge Accepted. He believes in the need of interdisciplinary collaboration.