Dr. Virginie (Ginie) Servant-Miklos is an education expert with a broad and diverse academic background. She teaches in the Department of Economics and Business at Erasmus University Collects in subjects like Core Economics and Political Economy. Her research is on the History and Philosophy of Education, with special regard to progressive, problem-based, project-based and critical pedagogies. She has organized numerous teacher training programmes and seminars at EUC and at EUR on subjects ranging from problem-based learning to international education. She is completing a post-doctoral research project at Aalborg University until 2020.
V.F.C. Servant, G. Noordzij, E.J. Spierenburg & M.A. Frens (2015). Thinking in possibilities: unleashing cognitive creativity through assessment in a problem-based learning environment. Journal of problem based learning in higher education, 3 (1), 46-62. doi: 10.5278/ojs.jpblhe.v3i1.1202
V.F.C. Servant & E.F.A. Dewar (2015). Investigating problem-based learning tutorship in medical and engineering programs in Malaysia. Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-Based Learning, 9 (2):96. doi: 10.7771/1541-5015.1442
V.F.C. Servant (2013). The many roads to problem-based learning: A cross-disciplinary overview of PBL in Asian Institutions. In K Mohd-Yusof, M Arsat, M.T. Borhan, E de Graaff, A Kolmos & F.A. Phang (Eds.), PBL across cultures (pp. 395-403). Aalborg, Denmark: Aalborg University Press
V.F.C. Servant & C.M. Spliid (2017). The construction of teaching roles at Aalborg university centre, 1970–1980.