Five scientists from Maastricht University have each received 800,000 euros to develop an innovative line of research and to build up their own research group. They have received a Vidi Grant from the Talent Scheme of the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO).
On Thursday 27 February Katja Sillen defended her dissertation: ‘A place called home’ – The role of identification in the post-dissolution phase of a customer relationship with a place brand.
My name is Elisabeth ‘Lisa’ Brüggen (36). I am married with two daughters and enjoy spending my free time with
Burak Can remembers clearly the decisive moment that made him conscious of the need to learn to better communicate the topic of his research at Maastricht University School of Business and Economics.
“My work as a journalist nowadays has much in common with that of an academic researcher. That is why we can and should work more together,” says Johan van de Beek, a reporter at the Dutch regional newspapers Dagblad de Limburger/Limburgs Dagblad.
Professor Amy C. Edmondson, Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at Harvard Business School, was awarded an honorary doctorate from Maastricht University
Adele may have topped the US Billboard Album Charts in 2012, but consumers spent more time listening to the Beatles.
Dieters who are repeatedly exposed to a photo of a thin model find it harder to lose weight, and may
Prof. Dr. Andries de Grip, Head of Research Employment and Training at the Research Centre for Education and the Labour
Large numbers of public sector employees in the Netherlands lack the appropriate financial knowledge to manage the cuts to their