During the Food For Thought meetings researchers present their current projects and general avenues of investigation.
The last Food for Thought meeting this year will discuss conflict from a political and from a psychological point of view. This meeting is chaired by prof. Ingrid van Biezen,
The Dean of the Graduate School cordially invites you to attend this year's 4th meeting. Eddie Denessen, Nikolaus Steinbeis, and Thijs Jan van Schie will discuss the impact of educational contexts on teaching and learning from the different research perspectives of sociology of education, educational psychology and neuroscience, and cultural anthropology.
The Dean of the Graduate School of Social and Behavioural Sciences wishes to invite you to this upcoming meeting. Inge van der Weijden and Christine Teelken (CWTS) will discuss career opportunities of academics. The meeting is chaired by Thed van Leeuwen.
Mark de Rooij, Mariëlle Linting and Tom Louwerse will focus on recent lessons from the 'Crisis in scientific research' and how experts in Methodology and Statistics can bring research to a next level. This meeting is chaired by prof. Michiel Westenberg.
The Dean of the Graduate School of Social and Behavioural Sciences invites you to attend the first 2016 Food for Thought meeting. This year’s theme is "passing the baton", and on Thursday 18 February speakers are Dr. Mark Westmoreland, Prof. Judi Mesman and Prof. Joop van Holsteyn. The meeting is chaired by Prof. Gerard Persoon.
This Food for Thought meeting was with prof. Lenneke Alink (Instite of Education and Child Studies) on child abuse in the Netherlands.
Dr. Hans Vollaard discussed how European integration is still moving forward, even in the policy area of healthcare. The meeting was chaired by dr. Maria Spirova.
CWTS' presenters Paul Wouters, Ludo Waltman and Sarah de Rijcke discussed the background of the Leiden Manifesto and engaged in exploring how research evaluation may develop, especially in the social and behavioural sciences.
The importance of interdisciplinarity in science for innovations and groundbreaking research is increasingly recognized. To demonstrate the unexpected points of view, creative potential and additional value of interdisciplinarity in science, this Food For Thought meeting will be organized by the group of prof. Andrea Evers (Health, Medical and Neuropsychology Unit). All staff and students are welcome!
Presenter prof. Peter Pels discussed the anthropology of the future as the future of anthropology.
Speakers were prof. Marian Kranenburg-Bakermans, prof. Paul van den Broek and prof. Christine Espin. The meeting was chaired by prof. Judi Mesman.
Dr. Danielle Stockmann (Political Science) discussed Authoritarianism 2.0. The meeting was chaired by prof. Ingrid Biezen.
Presenter dr. Mark van Rooij outlined how in every step of research different choices have to be made and has discussed how we could set up a predictive investigation. The meeting was chaired by prof. Michiel Westenberg.
In the first Food for Thought meeting this year Marianne Maeckelbergh (CA-DS) talked on 'Citizenship in a Digital Age'.
The last Anniversary Food for Thought Meeting: 'Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences: Highlights and Development 1963-2013' was presented by prof. Willem Heiser on how Psychology in Leiden turned west.
Prof. René van der Veer talked about the history of the Institute of Education and Child Studies.
The Graduate School invites you to attend the Anniversary Food for Thought Meetings: 'Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences: Highlights and Development 1963-2013'. Presenter prof. Rudy Andeweg will discuss how history affected the research programme of Leiden political science?
Public Adminstration was the last institute to join our faculty and the first one leave us. However, for almost three decades they were our colleagues in the Pieter de la Court building. Prof. Frits van der Meer shed his light on the development of the discipline and of the institute.
The Graduate School invites you to attend the third of the Anniversary Food for Thought meetings. Presenter prof. Ton van Raan will discuss citations, H-index, journal impact and rankings. The meeting is chaired by prof. Paul Wouters.