(Tessa) TAP Oomen, MSc

Biography

Tessa Oomen is a PhD candidate at the Department of Media & Communication of the Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication. Her research focuses on organizational communication practices around digitalisation, cybersecurity, and AI. This work also connects to the EU-funded SPATIAL project (https://spatial-h2020.eu/). Tessa has worked on multiple EU-funded project, and assists with the development of new research and grant proposals.

Tessa received a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Psychology (BASc) and graduated from Leiden University’s Master’s programme Crisis and Security Management (MSc). After graduating from Leiden University, Tessa worked as a research and education assistant at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs of Leiden University. Here she contributed to multiple project proposals for Horizon 2020 and research on the nature of interdisciplinary research in Security Studies.

Her research interests relate to practices, organizational communication, digitalization, cybersecurity, interdisciplinary research, and crisis management.

Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication

PhD candidate | Department of Media and Communication
Email
oomen@eshcc.eur.nl
Room
M8-16
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam

More information

Work

Internship

Level
BA-2
Year Level
BA-2
Year
2023
Course Code
CM3041

Communication and Organizations

Year Level
BA-1, Pre-master
Year
2023
Course Code
CM1014

Media and Business Transformations

Level
MA
Year Level
MA
Year
2023
Course Code
CM4101

News regarding (Tessa) TAP Oomen, MSc

Juicy Art Tour: unveiling intriguing stories at Kunstmuseum, The Hague

On 5 June, the ESHCC PhD Club and junior lecturers went on an excursion to Kunstmuseum to trial the museum’s newest tour, the “Juicy Art Tours.”
Arts tour museum

The Great Resignation, Quiet Quitting, and Resenteeism: a ROCCS blogpost about trends in the world of work

Tessa Oomen and Phuong Hoang Le wrote a blog for research cluster ROCCS about their themed discussion about trends in the world of work.
Research group discussion

ROCCS Themed Discussion: The Great Resignation, Quiet Quitting, and Resenteeism

Tessa Oomen and Phuong Hoang Le talk about their themed discussion about trends in the world of work, held by ROCCS.
Research group discussion

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