With this prestigious European grant of 2.5 million euros, Professor of Cultural Anthropology Bryant will conduct research into infrastructural imperialism over the next five years. Her research focuses on infrastructural investments that Turkey is making in countries in the Balkans, the Caucasus and Central Asia.
The Dutch AI Coalition has awarded the AI Approach to low literacy ELSA lab its NL AIC Label. Assistant Professor Hans Marien has been part of the lab since the very start. He has ambitious plans to expand it and combat low literacy with artificial intelligence.
We are excited to host a range of lectures and activities at the crossroads of the fair transitions and land governance debates in this year’s Summer School: Fair Transitions and the Politics of Land: Institutions and Imaginaries for Inclusive Futures. We hope it will draw many of you to Utrecht!
The better young people are able to describe and recognise emotions, the better they are able to deal with them. Anne Margit Reitsema has been working for several months as a postdoctoral fellow in the Thriving & Healthy Youth community. In her research, she immerses herself in the world of physical and mental characteristics of emotions in young people.
Together with several colleagues, Assistant Professor Jenneke van Ditzhuijzen provides the Youth and Sexuality course for students on the Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences programme and is developing a new minor.
To strengthen the societal impact of research, researchers increasingly seek ways to actively involve children and youth in their projects, but how do you design youth participation projects in such a way that is meaningful to both researchers and youth?
To strengthen the connection between science and practice, the department of Social, Health and Organizational Psychology organises (In collaboration with PION) the annual Alumni Event on 1st of June 2023. This year on the theme of climate activism.