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Raap, S., MSc.

Positive health and social resilience in post-war disadvantaged neighbourhoods: an ethnographic participatory study Department of Health, Ethics and Society, Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences,  Maastricht University, s.raap@maastrichtuniversity.nl Supervisor: Prof. Klasien Horstman   Background I hold a bachelor degree in International Relations and a bachelor degree in Philosophy (both University of Groningen). I also hold a […]

Benedictus, R., MSc.

Formative effects of new incentives and metrics at the UMC Utrecht Centre for Science and Technology Studies,  Leiden University, r.benedictus@umcutrecht.nl Supervisor: Prof. Paul Wouters and Dr. Sarah de Rijcke Background Propedeuse degree in Biology, 1996, Utrecht University Doctoral degree in Fundamental Biomedical Sciences, 2000, Utrecht University Summary The research projects aims to understand the interplay between research […]

Bruno, M.J. MA

Governance and Innovation in Cycling: How can user-centred models build a sustainable transportation system? Department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences,  Eindhoven University of Technology, m.j.bruno@tue.nl Supervisor: Dr. Frank Schipper, Prof. Ruth Oldenziel, Prof. Rob Raven Background I graduated summa cum laude from the University of Oklahoma with a bachelor’s degree in Letters. My honor’s […]

Petzer, B.J.M., MSc.

The role and potential of cycling-based mobility services in the urban mobility transition of the Netherlands Department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences,  Eindhoven University of Technology, b.j.m.petzer@tue.nl Supervisor: Prof. Geert Verbong Background Brett Petzer completed separate bachelor’s degrees in politics and architecture before giving up his car to become an urban utility cyclist in Cape […]

Bek, P., MA

Transport Poverty, Governance, and Cycling Department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences,  Eindhoven University of Technology, p.k.b.bek@tue.nl Supervisor: Prof. Ruth Oldenziel Background I hold a BA degree in History of International Relations from Erasmus University Rotterdam and a MA degree in History of European Expansion and Globalisation from Leiden University. In my master program, I conducted […]

Dekker, H.J., MA

Where does the bicycle belong? A history of cycling governance in the Netherlands, 1920-2020 Department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences,  Eindhoven University of Technology, h.j.t.dekker@tue.nl Supervisor: Prof. Ruth Oldenziel Background After taking bachelor degrees in both history and philosophy, I finished my studies with a master in Modern History, all from Utrecht University. My main focus […]

Wojcik, A., MA

The co-production of bodies and pedagogical technologies in medical education: An ethnography of skills training in a Ghanaian medical school Department of Technology and Society Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences,  Maastricht University, a.wojcik@maastrichtuniversity.n l Supervisor: Prof. Harro van Lente and Dr. Anna Harris Background Andrea Wojcik is a PhD candidate at Maastricht University. […]

Allison, Rachel, MA

Crafting Bodies: An anthropological exploration of the entanglement of technology and the senses in 21st century medical education Department of Technology and Society Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences,  Maastricht University,r.allison@maastrichtuniversity.n l Supervisor: Prof. Sally Wyatt and Dr. Anna Harris Background Having grown up on the outskirts of Sydney, Australia, I received a Bachelor […]

Anna Harris becomes member of Global Young Academy

Anna Harris (Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Maastricht University) has been selected as a new member of the Global Young Academy (GYA). The Global Young Academy ‘aims to become the voice of young scientists around the world’. Anna is looking forward to this opportunity to work with scholars from around the world, to address […]

Jess Bier wins Maastricht University dissertation prize

Each year, Maastricht University awards a prize for the best dissertation defended in that calendar year. Five dissertations were nominated by the faculty deans this year and the winner was WTMC alumna Jess Bier with her dissertation titled, Mapping Israel, mapping Palestina. Sally Wyatt was her promoter.     Jess Bier examined how the segregated […]