“Rath is a successful and productive researcher, who emphatically lays connections between academic research and issues in our society,...”
Prof. Dr. Rutger Engels will step down from the position of Rector Magnificus of Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) with effect from 1 January 2021.
Do children from different neighbourhoods have the same prospects to ‘get ahead’ in our society? EUR-researcher find that income levels in later life correlate with where you grew up.
What is it that makes one child more resilient than the other? This is being researched by Dr Brian Godor and Dr Ruth Van der Hallen in a unique citizen science project.
In recent weeks there has been a lot of attention for the binding study advice (BSA). Erasmus University introduced the BSA in 2012, and has done a lot of research into its operation and outcomes.
All Rotterdam educational institutions stand for freedom and safety in the classroom, and publish a joint statement on this.
Why do some children grow up to be happy and functioning adults? And why do others get stuck, for example in behavioral or emotional problems?
Effective 1 November 2020, Dr Kees Vink will hold an endowed chair that carries the title ‘From Big Natural History to Urban Ecology’, in association with the Natural History Museum Rotterdam.
The Zuid-Holland Growth Agenda is a joint initiative of companies, knowledge institutes and governments in Zuid-Holland, aimed at creating new jobs and sustainable business activity for the region.
New research aims to shed light on the consequences of the intelligent lockdown for a healthy social and emotional development of young people.