Dr. Maud Radstake

Lange Nieuwstraat 106
3512 PN Utrecht

Dr. Maud Radstake

Department Manager
Program office
+31 6 28 831 311

Maud Radstake PhD is head of the Public Programs department of the university's Centre for Science Communication and Culture. The department develops public programmes at the interface of science/scholarship and society, for audiences of various ages and backgrounds, together with partners inside and outside the university. It is responsible for the programmes of Studium Generale and the Wetenschapsknooppunt (Science Hub), the Betweter Festival and many other public engagement activities. The Public Programs Department also offers advice and training to UU academic and support staff who (want to) do public engagement.

Maud is member of the management team of the Centre for Science Communication and Culture. She is also active as one of the track leaders for Public Engagement in the university's Open Science Programme

Maud has been trained as a cultural anthropologist at the University of Amsterdam (1999) and got her PhD in Arts and Social Sciences at Maastricht University in 2007. She then worked as project- and programmemanager on societal research and public engagement at the Centre for Society and the Life Sciences (Radboud University) and as policy advisor patient participation (Radboudumc).